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Piposter

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Is that you horsebox?

I'm lucky in that I helped bring in the hay on holidays as a child - and the turf too. Thank you God.

Here's a story for you. A friend of mine in england who is a bloodletter was treating a farmer for backache recently. He drew a small amount of blood from the back of his leg and instantly the room was filled with the most vile smell which made his eyes water. He asked him was he using any chemicals on the farm and he said glyphosphate so as they can harvest the hay without having to let it dry. Not good I'm sure you agree.
 
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Karloff

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The heat is unpleasant.

I do not think i could adjust to Ireland warming in a big way. I always preferred cool weather.
 

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In 1976, the UK had 15 days over 30 centigrade, and 5 above 35.

This isn't a heat wave - it's a couple of (very) hot days.(y)
 
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