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Comes from a family with a history of working in horticulture, grew up running wild in the country and hated school. I have a life interest in the natural world a passion for gardening and also enjoy walking, travel, music, natural history and helping with the running of several gardening and natural history groups. I have been lucky enough to be asked to write a number of articles for books and magazines and also find employment as a public speaker. I continue to run the family business, though due to bereavements I am now left running it alone.

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Top 10 Terrifying Things The Church Doesn't Want You To Know - Part 2 - YouTube
Fernapple comments on Dec 3, 2021:
One very sick and very secret institution.
Our relationship with conspiracy theories is as old and complicated as time.
Fernapple comments on Dec 3, 2021:
Link would be nice ?
A voice from Atheist Ireland.
Fernapple comments on Dec 3, 2021:
Well that was a short video. LOL
New Data Suggests 1 In 44 Children In USA Affected By Autism
Fernapple comments on Dec 3, 2021:
Site not available in Europe , sorry.
Who would have thought cells are sooo complicated.
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
False colours of course, but does it say what part of the body the cell came from ?
More than a third of world’s population have never used internet, says UN Nearly 3bn people, or...
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
Yep I have a friend who has not, mind you she is nearly ninety, but then I see ninety year olds giving out advice on playing video games on line, so its just a personal choice in the west. But then in the third world there are many who do not have electricity or piped water, yet some of those manage a wireless internet connection.
I’m thinking about writing some music for the Christian market.
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
I think your gift is for writing memes for atheists, I would stick to that.
We're losing a whole generation of young men to video games.
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
Sometimes the world wins one back though. Enjoy. https://agnostic.com/group/HorticulturePermaculture/discussion/636784/just-a-look-round-a-young-mans-garden-and-what-gardening-can-do-for-you-it-also-a-warm-tropical-st
Ants vomit into each other's mouths to form social bonds: [livescience.com]
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
So do bees. Then we harvest their collective vomit and spread it on slices of bread for breakfast.
We're losing a whole generation of young men to video games.
Fernapple comments on Dec 2, 2021:
It is not that new though really, all human culture divorces people from reality, that is its main purpose, in many ways video games are just taking the place of the churches, temples and football stadiums of yesterday. To really contact reality requires effort, and it has always been profitable to sell laziness. In many ways the sports stadiums especially, which always existed, were totally ironical in doing so. Because a small handful actually did the sport full time, and worked towards a health damaging level of fitness, to better impress observers, only so that profit could be made from the thousands idling in the stands eating overpriced junk food.
Just got my booster.
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Me too. Two A.Z. one Pfizer, and one winter flu. I have been stabbed four times by young women in the last eighteen months, and I swear I did not even know their mothers !?!?!?
Another one bites the dust or when will they ever learn Marcus Lamb, a co-founder and the CEO of the...
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Not very interested in the story, but love the music video.
The Sierra Madre Tattler!: The Jim Bakker Show: End Times preacher claims ancient reptile imitated ...
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
She was lucky, can you see any normal human male wanting to have sex with her ? OK a Christian male may want to, but I did say "normal".
Just for fun.
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Oh, it took me a second or two to get it. She is peeing on the wall.
EU draft pulled after Vatican complains Christmas 'canceled' [euronews.com]
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Let us hope that some bright pagan, claims that it must be called the Yule holiday, or the EU are canceling Yule.
Up yours, Texas!!
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Ouch.
Beau of the Fifth Column - Let's talk about coats and hats.... [youtube.com]
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Wonderful wisdom. And funny.
One Way We Can Know That God Exists
Fernapple comments on Dec 1, 2021:
Actually the supposed dispute with science is just, in many ways, a smoke screen. When they are talking about a creator god, who existed before or outside the universe, they are talking about something beyond science, since science does not claim, (Science being basically, just honesty organized.) to know anything about the, possibly, none existent, realms beyond the universe, or have anything to do with them. The trick therefore, that they are using, is the old magicians ploy of misdirection. By pretending that science has something to say about that realm beyond the universe, and pretending to disagree with it. They redirect the gaze of the gullible, away from the completely unsupported assumptions they are making about things beyond the known universe, into the phony dispute with science, about big bangs etc. Thereby getting all their wild, evidence free assumptions overlooked.
You may have read and heard of idiotic Biblical verses but we Hindus will not be left behind
Fernapple comments on Nov 30, 2021:
Yep. The usual play list.
This is quite an odd thing I think.
Fernapple comments on Nov 30, 2021:
I am pleased to say that I can not remember when I last prayed.
over the past two decades has moved very far from its original high purpose of discovering and ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 30, 2021:
One of the benefits we enjoy here in the UK from the National Health Service, whatever its failings, is that at least it stands between the people and forced prescription of drugs for profit. People here are often amazed by just how many drugs wealthier Americans take.
“Science is not a substitute for common sense, but an extension of it”…………… Willard ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 30, 2021:
Just common sense, organized.
End Times Preacher: A Reptile Alien Imitating My Husband Tried to Sleep with Me | Hemant Mehta | ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 30, 2021:
She should get so lucky !
Mother explains why she says virginity doesn't exist - Upworthy
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
A very balanced attitude. Her children are lucky to have such good sense available to them. Sadly we still live in a world where in some places, even being suspected of not being a virgin can get people killed.
This universe is something that I've created with my mind to deal with reality, it's sad that it ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
Every creature sees a different world, even the death of the humblest ant, sees a unique vision lost.
What's in a Number?
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
Points come quickest, if you don't think about them.
The Deadly Myth That Human Error Causes Most Car Crashes Every year thousands of Americans die on...
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
Sorry paywall.
Manny people say they believe in a god. But What is the best proof of God’s existence?
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
Which God ? If you mean the Christian God, Then the best proof usually offered, is the authority of the bible and the institutions based on it. But the bible is a book written over perhaps six centuries or more, by forty or more different authors, with several different agendas who do not always agree, We know that most of the names given to the supposed authors are fake, we do not have any original manuscripts, we know that it was reedited and mistranslated many times, we do not know who the editors/translators were for the most part, and we do know that a lot of content was edited out, we do not know who first marketed a lot of the books, we do not have any exact dates or locations for most of the writings and editings, and we do know that it gets both the history and physical geography of the lands in which it is set wrong several times. In short. It would be hard to deliberately, make/design a book, which was worse evidence for anything, or more doubtful. And that is claimed as the 'best' evidence.
What would you order for your last meal?
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
I have heard that some people have ordered a lavish last meal, and then asked that it be given to homeless people on the street outside. It think that fish and chips would be most suitable and nourishing for eating on the street.
What were you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
Fernapple comments on Nov 29, 2021:
Happy you are safe and well after your drive. But you should go more slowly in the wet, especially as you get more mature. Some people, like my father, never get that, and the older he got, the faster he went, it was terrifying. Your reactions and skills do go down with age even if you do not notice it, that is why I am never impatient with older drivers who go slowly. For myself I am really grateful, that I live in a country where we do New Year and Burn's Night, rather than Thanksgiving, because you are more ready for the holiday and feast later in the winter when you need a cheer.
Christians, in absolute contrast to ancient paganism and Asia's religions, not only established a ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
It is no accident that the monotheistic religions, all come from the desert areas on the borders of Europe and Asia, where nature is at its most hostile, but close to regions where it is at its most friendly, just to make the contrast stark and fuel envy
Yep, all of them...
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
Oh come on, that is really hard on chimpanzees. For all we know they could probably make a far better job of it, if we just got out of the way.
& consider genitalia (of both types) are major put downs...should be celebrated!
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
Logical. Unless of course logic is just a male construct to oppress women, as I have been told on numerous occasions. Usually when I know i'm right.
The offficial Trunk Monkey Trilogy. [youtube.com]
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
Do they do a doorbell ringers monkey, as well ?
Let's talk about Ahmaud Arbery and intimidation..... - YouTube
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
Being from the UK, I do not know much if anything about the "case", but that is an informative view of American life and attitudes.
Hey everyone, I'm conducting a 2-minute survey on people's religious/spiritual views.
Fernapple comments on Nov 28, 2021:
Not that many Canadians on here sorry, but there is a Canadian group, perhaps it would be more targeted if you posted it there.
Well there goes my popularity with Evangelidiot, the Great Stinky and the family of the Great ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 27, 2021:
Plus it would be illegal to lend bail, if you knew that the defendant was likely to be a flight risk or even intended to run. Though I am sure that making you a criminal, is only a small technicality in the minds of Stinky and his family.
So none of us believe we have a creator but anyone have ideas away from evolution as well?
Fernapple comments on Nov 27, 2021:
Things are either made by a creator, or by a natural process. There is no third alternative, it either involved intelligence in its making or it did not. Even if you believe in the universe as an illusion, extreme solipsism, (Or the matrix if you like. ) an agent, either a natural process or and intelligent creator had to form the illusion, and that agent had itself either to be made or evolve. There is of course the half way idea of directed evolution, natural evolution with occasional supernatural tweaking, but no one has ever found any evidence for that. If however you are asking about natural alternatives to evolution by mutation and natural selection. Then yes, there have been several alternatives proposed, especially in the eighteenth/nineteenth centuries, such as Lamarckism, but most of those failed to match the evidence anything like as well as Darwin, and Wallace did, and are largely forgotten now.
Why All Scorpions Are Fluorescent? [youtube.com]
Fernapple comments on Nov 27, 2021:
Always lovely to find a mystery.
How the fuck is religion not outdated and primitive yet??
Fernapple comments on Nov 26, 2021:
Because there are outdated and primitive societies with outdated and primitive ideas about education out there. In large numbers. Yes religion should have been history, in the sixth century BCE when the Greeks, Indians and Chinese invented philosophy to address the failings of received folly (religion). But folly and ignorance make people needy, dependent and easy to manipulate, and there is profit in that, there is no profit in people who a self reliant, confident, informed and able to find their own path. They don't need anything which is overpriced.
The Sierra Madre Tattler!: The Jim Bakker Show: End Times preacher claims ancient reptile imitated ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 26, 2021:
When once you have trained yourself to believe one load of old BS, any other is easy.
The Religilous don't know
Fernapple comments on Nov 26, 2021:
And as the saying goes. Since they disagree on virtually everything, they can't all be right, but they could all be wrong.
What a sick world. Anti-Vax Plague Zombies make it sicker!
Fernapple comments on Nov 26, 2021:
I thought there would be more than just a bald statement.
A good watch at explaining our universe... [bbc.co.uk]
Fernapple comments on Nov 26, 2021:
Hello and welcome kingsbrook, enjoy the site. Brain Cox just tells everything so well, great post.
An appropriate song to precede your Thanksgiving dinner: [geomccalip.bandcamp.com]
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Thank you nature, for making me fit you so well. Especially thanks to all those before me whose pains and deaths helped me to evolve. There are no things could, so much enduring give, As fragile things, that swiftly die; and live. Those ageless hosts, who lived and died. That with nature, might, in us provide. The fragments of the ancient life and woe, Which are every feeling, that we know. Accept then the wisdom of three billion years. That comes to us with human joys and tears. As is appreciate, the brightest grace, Ancient nature gives our human race.
Perhaps, we focus too much on the negative side of nature.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Beautiful photo. The photographer obviously saw something interesting and thought how shall I best show this, then thought just simply snap it.
I’m glad we finally are getting some justice for people of color in this shithole racist country.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Why is it so sad that I don't even have to ask what country you are talking about, or look at your bio to see where you live ?
Happy Thanksgiving Everybody! We have a lot to be thankful for.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Most of the positive stuff on the site is in the groups, it is true, the front page tends to be news and views, which are rarely positive. But today was a bright winters day and I had friends over for a game of petangue, then we had mince pies and wine afterwards. That was positive, but sadly that is where I go for most of my positive, social media is not a good place to look for it at all, but I would say the this site is far better than most.
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Or, those who want to promote ignorance, because it keeps people dependent and needy. And their best way to promote ignorance, is to tell people that they already know everything they need to. Sell the illusion.
Identity politics assumes that each identity has its own epistemology, a different way of seeing the...
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Yep. “If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die?" William Shakespeare. Because of course the vast majority of things that we all experience, are things that we all have in common, but because we experience them every day, we do not notice them, it is only the often trivial differences which excite us, because they are not there all the time, and we love and pay attention only to novelty. As the quote from Shakespeare makes plain that is not new. But of course, what is new, is technology, and just as it allows us to travel faster than people did in Shakespeare's time, eat better, keep warmer, and cleaner, so does it make us better able to notice novelty and learn to fear it. Technology improves and enables everything, even bad things like hate.
Not many posts last night. I guess everyone went to church.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Sometimes two or three days go by on this site, when it seems like not much is being posted and most of that is dull and old banal stuff. Then suddenly, if you stick with it, you get a day when there seems to be more treasures than you can hope to even read, let alone comment on and respond to.
Usually whenever someone suggest that I’m “articulate” my standard reply is, “What the fuck ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
It means you talk too much.
I get the feeling, increasingly, that Christianity, especially evangelical, is a death cult.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
The basic illogic of believing in a god who created the universe, yet thinking that god will be pleased, if you despise that creation and claim not to want it.
I just got the results of the first mammogram I have had in about 20 years.
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
Glad you are healthy. Hint. You don't think with your breasts anyway, I know that a lot of men think with their testicles, but the reverse does not apply.
I was taught the method for advancement is not quick or simple. - Marie Curie
Fernapple comments on Nov 25, 2021:
M. Curie, had to gain her qualifications, initially, from an illegal underground university, run at great personal danger and in secret by the Polish resistance, following the Russian invasion. Because the Russians closed down all Polish universities and forbade the Polish from taking part in higher education. She had to pay for the time by working as a teacher/nanny. She then had to flee to France in order to practice as a scientist, because women practicing in higher education and research, was forbidden even under native Polish law. That's doing things the hard way.
My dispatcher at work left for good last Friday and went to his new job.
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
Long may you continue to be difficult. The planet only spins because the difficult are running in the opposite direction.
Police misidentifying drivers’ ethnicity when writing tickets, to avoid the appearance of racial ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
Why is it even required on a ticket, we do not do descriptions of the driver in the UK ?
Do you think retro-style is returning back?
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
Nostalgia is not what it used to be.
“I can’t give you a sure-fire formula for success, but I can give you a formula for failure:...
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
Yes but it is a challenge.
Now is the time to buy your delight?
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
Just what you need in charge of the economy, someone who relies on prayers to keep the currency afloat.
Our hot, dry summer was tough on my Pacific Northwest Native Huckleberry (vaccinium ovatum) and I ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
You are very lucky all the same. I always seem to be too busy to go hunting wild berries, but I have told myself that retirement will bring back foraging, it is one of life's great joys.
I've long believed that when the Earth was hit by another planet, billions of years ago which formed...
Fernapple comments on Nov 24, 2021:
According to conventional versions of the theory, the collision caused total melting of the earth, so that no crust remained and a solid crust only formed afterwards, so there would be no mark left. Also, the Pacific ocean is thought to have been formed by plate tectonics, only after the break up of the last two super continent events and is therefore much more recent. The volcanic activity around it is usually regarded a proof of its recent continuing growth. I think though, that there is a hidden agenda behind this question.
Kinda dark for a barcade restroom
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
"It will pass."
Deep sigh! Autumn Window - Alexander Volkov
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
I love autumn. Not yet the cold of winter, yet not the busy stress of summer, time to breath deeply.
How to keep the charade without harm…
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
A traditional old joke here in the UK says. "Sorry but I can't eat a whole one."
"I never barked when out of season, I never bit without a reason; I n'er insulted weaker brother,...
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
And here is Byron on a Newfoundland dog's grave. Enjoy. Oh man! thou feeble tenant of an hour, Debas'd by slavery, or corrupt by power, Who knows thee well, must quit thee with disgust, Degraded mass of animated dust! Thy love is lust, thy friendship all a cheat, Thy tongue hypocrisy, thy heart deceit, By nature vile, ennobled but by name, Each kindred brute might bid thee blush for shame. Ye! who behold perchance this simple urn, Pass on, it honours none you wish to mourn. To mark a friend's remains these stones arise; I never knew but one — and here he lies
Religion IQ?
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
Is an IQ rating a good measure of real world working intelligence anyway ? In my opinion no. Real world working intelligence includes many qualities which go far beyond pencil and paper puzzle solving, such as setting high standards of truth, caring enough not to accept second rate answers, not being lazy and being prepared to put the work in, (not possible in a time restricted IQ test ), having enough regard for truth that you are prepared to set aside self interest for it, and being brave enough to listen to and address alternatives however challenging. To name but a few.
Two New Species of Tree Frogs Discovered in Australia: [sci-news.com]
Fernapple comments on Nov 23, 2021:
Interesting just how little we truly know about what is out there, even as we destroy so much of it. It is only in the last few years that it was discovered that we had two species of Pipistrelle bat in the UK. That is after being regarded as a single species for centuries, in what is perhaps the most carefully studied country in the world. https://www.wildlifeonline.me.uk/questions/answer/what-it-the-pipistrelle-split
What is your definition of stupidity?
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
It may not exist at all. Just as there is no such thing as dark, only a lack of light, and no such thing as cold only a lack of heat, so there may be, no such thing as stupid only too little thinking.
How non-peer reviewed science makes it to the populous.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Could not endure the grammar, was the article written by a ten year old ?
Lately I am noticing that people are much more critical of others but maybe it's just me.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Yes very wise, but not going to change the world, because only people on long haul flights ever get round to reading labels.
How good is your knowledge of Covid19?
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Got the technical name wrong.
America is a gun in more ways than one.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
America is a Pecan Pie. Pecans from the native Americans, pie crust from the North Europeans, and sugar from the South. All blending together in perfect harmony, to create something delicious that no one culture alone could have dreamed of. Sadly someone seems to have lost the recipe, and I don't know if we can reinvent it.
As a Vietnam vet, I've always compared the men that rant about guns with little penises.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
That's insulting to men with small penises. Just because you have a small dick, it does not mean that you have a tiny brain. lol
We are busy teaching kids, what about adults?
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Though ethical leaders, who are by nature educators, rather than unethical dictators, may work on the opposite premise.
We've figured it
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Bill Gates was invented by geeks to explain Windows.
Sounds perfectly plausible.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
Possibly. But I will never believe that putting on a funny wrong way round collar, makes you a moral person, with the right to command and judge the moral behaviour of others.
Well that's my 3 days with Chaos over, felling a wee bit sad atm.
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
I used to love dog sitting, you get all the fun of dog ownership without having to make a lifetime commitment. A bit shallow of me perhaps, but what the heck.
“Life is too short to waste your time on people who don’t respect, appreciate, and value ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 22, 2021:
No don't agree. You don't have to demonstrate any qualities, for me to phone the coast guard if I see that you are in danger of drowning. Nor at a lesser level, do I think it would be good for me to spend all my time in an echo chamber, with people who do not have any differences with me.
Be yourself, not your idea of what you think somebody else’s idea of yourself should be.
Fernapple comments on Nov 21, 2021:
Heavens, "your idea of what you think somebody else’s idea of yourself should be" that would be too complicated anyway, could never even work out what that should be. You need a good memory, they say, to tell lies even, but you would have to be an absolute genius to carry that one out.
I love to cuddle up with a good book or preferably with a woman who has read one. 😁😉
Fernapple comments on Nov 21, 2021:
Either.
Having just used this link in a response I think that this 63 year old recording should gain greater...
Fernapple comments on Nov 21, 2021:
Have heard that one by other artists, but that is the first time I heard that performance. Always funny.
We Live By a Unit of Time That Doesn’t Make Sense The seven-day week has survived for ...
Fernapple comments on Nov 21, 2021:
Its simple. Go for twenty eight day months. Then every month starts on the same day, and nobody ever needs to buy another calender. You then have thirteen months in a year which is three hundred and sixty four days, so you make new years day a public holiday which is not given a week day designation, its just called "new years day", and in leap years you have two of them. So every year also starts and ends on the same day, another reason why one calender would last a lifetime.
I don't see him either
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
No he's generally on top, egging the killers on.
This amazing natural phenomenon could occur any time, could it not?
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Yes but they only depended on electricity for telegraph in those days, think what would happen today if everything electrical got fried overnight.
Clairvoyance anyone?
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Shiploads.
North American White Supremacist Jesus.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
There is a good case which can be made that the typical image of Jesus, is in fact modeled on Cesare Borgia. Since it first appears in Italy during Cesare's lifetime, the two are very similar, and no doubt artists would have seen it as, both a good joke, to make the bastard of the pope the model for the bastard son of god, and a good way to gain favour with the church powers, who would probably not get the joke. Which leaves a billion Christians worshiping a gangster. Wonder if we should tell them ?
"There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
There are a lot of very efficient churches out there.
I've been thinking.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
To live is to achieve, to move forward is exceptional. Well Done.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
I can remember when someone said. "The world will end in nineteen eighty six." And I thought. "Shan't worry much about that, I will be really old by then."
My sciatic nerve is playing up again.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Try a mild natural anti-inflammatory in your diet , like turmeric, and avoid inflammatories like chocolate and tomatoes. It may not work, it all depends on what triggered your sciatica and the cause of it, but it helped me.
Old taboos, New emerging taboos You agree?
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Interesting summation. You never know, maybe the United States could make it into the twentieth century, before everyone else is done with the twenty first. But I shall not be holding my breath. lol
Ok...this one's for all you engineers and tech oriented...figure this one out....
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Just do what good engineers always do, just tighten the bolts up, and see what happens.
I encourage everyone to trade up your weapons for web puns.
Fernapple comments on Nov 20, 2021:
Groan.
My wife just completed a 40-week body building routine... It's a baby boy, weighing 7 pounds!
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
Now you will be body building, while your brain melts though lack of sleep. Enjoy and congratulations.
I follow this photographer, James Fridman, on facebook.
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
Gain twenty years, instantly.
Songs are better if you replace girls with squirrels.
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
Or how about boys ? There is a house way down in New Orleans They call the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor squirrel And God I know I'm one
About right
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
Yep. You suddenly get to the point when you realize that there is more than one book in the world, and you don't have to stick with fiction.
Schnitzel (meat in breadcrumbs) 😆
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
Muesli and melon. Its breakfast time here in the UK.
Fun with the crazy the English language.
Fernapple comments on Nov 19, 2021:
One of the hardest things people new to the language find to learn, is why the adjectives have to be in order. Why can I have ? A large heavy green plastic box. But not. A plastic green heavy large box.

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