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Lovely morning.
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like today over here, when I was coming home :D
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An odd photo, not edited and as it came out.  Not entirely sure but does have a slight learn to it and probably some CCD magic fart moments in heat and battery undulations give some planer shifting to the right.
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Can it be true, that I hold here in my mortal eyes a nugget of purest green.

Blackadder fans will understand and for everybody else, not a Squirrel in sight.
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I love the green of it. Awesome. 
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A few fine examples of Lithops from Kew Gardens the other day.  Which as we all know are a form of plant that have stone like characteristics and often referred too as living stones.

You may find out more here:- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithops

Key Gardens do nice reduction for locals and that does include the surrounding Boroughs and with that my polling card was used to leveridge a nice £4 saving.  Though only effective upon a Tuesday.  They also do a nice priced yearly membership for various permutations of offspring and number.  Indeed if you plan on going more than once a year then membership does seem fiscally prudent and with that excellent value for what is a wonderful interaction of ones time.  Most enjoyable and plenty too see.

I shall post some more pictures in the coming days, though was having some fun with camera in that the battery was having spasmodic moments of being charged to being nearly dead and pendulumed between the two throughout the day.  I shall put this down to the heat and it did hit the 30's in c on that day.

As for the hot house were they had palms etc, well, even hotter and when you see windows open in cactus area's then you know it is hot hot, hot.
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+Luigi Sanna probably but for me I found the old Ice House and that was most cool and enjoyable.  Could spend all day there, today  and wished I could.
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Very true people, anyhow read and learn if you have a pet and not already aware.  Then on the other hand if you do not; Well read so you can annoy others into a panic at work about their pets.  

     After all, better them than the pet.  Also entertaining if they did not know and with that, the right thing too do.  Nice small talk prior to any meetings, as somebody always takes the weather first.  So nice jump-in conversation.

[* note I like short meetings, I mean how long should a handshake take anything else is not a meeting but a play and performance production of what transpires is 5 lines of text summary of a 5 word solution you had already told them about months earlier and back in the room :-]

Some people may love meetings, but they all love pets, so do tell them. 
 
Did you know your pets can get sunburnt too? More #HeatWave advice from +PDSA at http://bit.ly/1Ns60Jg
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When in Denmark slut means end and stations, well the same.  So this is End stations or last station or stop, end of the line, not going any further.

Sorry to spoil that one for you folks, but it's not the 70's any more :0.

Thank you +Asbjørn Grandt 
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+Paul Gray Correct, in neither Danish or Swedish does the word "slut" sounds anything like the English pronunciation.
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Does sum up the whole situation in parts of Europe called Greece and with that, have to respect the people being given a vote and in a timely manner.

Still hypocrisy is a word that can be applied to many things; Now you know another.
 
As a German (and a German TAX PAYER!), I am ashamed — no: I’m actually ANGRY at those arrogant assholes politicians that reign us. And now they are making fun of Greece for using <gasp> a tool of democracy: asking the people what they want.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/feb/27/greece-spain-helped-germany-recover
Nick Dearden: Sixty years ago, half of German war debts were cancelled to build its economy. Yet today, debt is destroying those creditors
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+Paul Gray As +Paolo Scarabelli points out, this chap is newly elected so already has a mandate and yet he has 'slopey-shouldered' the decision - part cowardice (so as not to be blamed) and part delaying-tactic. 
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Tornado's in the UK, well hmm yeah.  Heads up as currently a couple of alerts active.
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Personality with tree.
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Yay Google did a stylized photo for me, how I feel so warm and fuzzy ...., ah no wait that is the hot weather :0.
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I saw this afternoon in the garden a real hero, a garden snail sealed to the fence resisting the 35 grades. I think seal to something with this weather is the best policy for a snail. I saw the track of (possibly) an unfortunately one around the kitchen door, I think it choose under the oven as a spot to escape from hot, probably problems with the map app in it's phone.
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Reasons to hate selfie sticks #59823347

Honestly I'm so glad I was not there, as I would of made the first rectum selfie stick for him.
A LABOUR party parliamentary candidate has sparked outrage after he took a selfie at the site of the Tunisia massacre.
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+Alicia S This not a case of banning just epicly poor taste.  As +Copa setic points out.
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Must see in Late April and early May, truly magical. Has bus that runs on Wednesdays in limited capacity, not used it but handy for those who wish to avail as well as car park for those who missed out on walking in a park.
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Great coffee as per the Nero standard and with that no complaints from me beyond wish was closer to my house and then would be 5 stars, but reviews are by individuals and for me that would be an aspect as off my route, somewhat.
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Nice people, nice coffee, all just rather nice.
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Horrible looking building that looks cheap and tacky, though it is for students it is worth noting that many prisons have more visual appeal and ambiance abound.
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Wonderful beer selection, wonderful atmosphere. Regular beer change. My idea of what a pub should be on every level. Also great staff. No faults. Just perfection in my book and I'm very fussy. You will not regret a visit and that alone speaks volume of the quality purveyed.
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Nice shop, people and products at great prices, able to haggle as well, which is nice. Just plan parking ahead of visit.
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Nice disabled access, lacking cab wise due to layout though makes up by providing plenty of space to shelter for when your strains is delayed. Speedwise it is not the best place to commute from and can often be quicker walking to bus stop, catching bus to Surbiton, walk from bus stop to Surbiton train station and catching a train from there. Also better odds of seat during peak departure times.
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