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  • in reply to: To knee or not to knee, that is the question. #93499
    JenJen
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    LOL Tiv … outrageous places … now that would be telling.

    in reply to: Junket #93488
    JenJen
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    My grandmother-in-law used to make lemon sago… to die for. I became addicted to it LOL. Can remember junket, have never made it, but was surprised to see junket tablets are still available at Woolies.

    https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/327970/two-spoons-junket-tablets

    in reply to: A Path For Greypath #93460
    JenJen
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    Must admit, I read long texts in books, reports, news articles, etc .

    BUT, on social media, it’s short and sharp that takes my attention. No interest in long and detailed explanations of any one particular poster’s view of the world.

    in reply to: Trump is a ….. #93459
    JenJen
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    Interesting take by Channel 9 Rachel. As for what he’s done for America, a few items to consider.

    • The US has the worst coronavirus outbreak in the world.
    • The US national debt is at the highest levels since World War II, and US economic growth is set to average just above 0% for Trump’s first term due to the pandemic recession.
    • The resurgent virus has slowed the jobs recovery and left 30 million on unemployment.
    • The US now has a social crisis with divisions glaringly apparent in continuing protests across the country.
    • International relations and US standing severely diminished around the world.

    in reply to: Testing whether Posts are wrking OK #93458
    JenJen
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    Showing up fine for me JS aka Jackson3340.

    in reply to: Holidays #93413
    JenJen
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    Really feel for you Rachel, such a difficult time. My very best wishes to you.

    in reply to: Well known surnames! #93395
    JenJen
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    Then I guess you wouldn’t appreciate these famous names from the beginnings of European settlement in Australia:
    • Friedrich Wilhelm ‘Ludwig’ Leichhardt whose explorations opened up much of the country to pastoralism.
    • Abel Janszoon Tasman the first European to discover Tasmania and confirm Australia as an island continent.
    • Woollarawarre Bennelong the first Aboriginal man to visit Europe and return.
    • Paul Edmund de Strzelecki the keen explorer who named mainland Australia’s tallest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko.

    in reply to: What can I say #93379
    JenJen
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    🙂 I too love it Dusty … good one.

    in reply to: Current Greypath problem? #93243
    JenJen
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    Just one small glitch I’ve noticed Jack … the main Forums page at https://greypath.com.au/forums/ is slow to update … it does show a blue bar near unread forums for me but the actual Last Post details are incorrect despite the fact they are accurate on the individual forum pages.

    🙂 Leave it to you LOL.

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