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19:27 24.07.2019
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>> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>>> But carp is a very clever fish and they want to catch it — just to outwit it
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>>What makes me sad about hunting is that very often the youngest less experienced animals fall its victims.
>> My father once told me about hunting lynxes. It isn't so hard to hunt young lynxes. They just climb on the highest tree nearby and watch calmly at the dogs barking on the ground. So it is not so hard for a hunter to approach it and to shoot it down. But elder lynxes are somehow aware of what is going on. One elder lynx completely refused to climb on a tree. She managed to escape the hunt. I was glad she escaped, but I was sad about young lynxes who thought it is safe to climb a tree when you try to escape from humans.
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> It all sounds very sad. Let's not talk about it anymore, it is too sad. I have to go now, speak later.
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See you later. Have a nice evening
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19:56 24.07.2019
Alina Zagitova visited Japanese prime minister and presented him a toy akita-inu







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20:19 24.07.2019
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> Alina Zagitova visited Japanese prime minister and presented him a toy akita-inu
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She is very pretty and kind looking. What a lovely pic. The toy is cute, like her dog.
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15:15 25.07.2019
Grin (25771),

I didn't go to work today — it is +39C in London today, yesterday — after coming back from Ashford — I had a bout of hay fever. So they let me off today, otherwise I won't be able to fly out tomorrow — feeling sick with hay fever. Besides, half the tube and over ground trains are cancelled here and half of our office didn't turn up for work, lots of appointments are cancelled, people don't want to travel to the City — it is even hotter there. I needed to go to the shop today — just the local shop for milk — came back all wet — from heat. Can't wait to be in Spain by the sea now, it is less hot there — 32C and it will feel different, fresher, it is not as muggy there.
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> I didn't go to work today — it is +39C in London today, yesterday — after coming back from Ashford — I had a bout of hay fever. So they let me off today, otherwise I won't be able to fly out tomorrow — feeling sick with hay fever. Besides, half the tube and over ground trains are cancelled here and half of our office didn't turn up for work, lots of appointments are cancelled, people don't want to travel to the City — it is even hotter there. I needed to go to the shop today — just the local shop for milk — came back all wet — from heat. Can't wait to be in Spain by the sea now, it is less hot there — 32C and it will feel different, fresher, it is not as muggy there.
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Hi, I heard it is extremely hot in Western Europe right now. Here in Moscow we have 20C and heavy rains almost every day.
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20:22 25.07.2019
Some humor about figure skating)



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20:26 25.07.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
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>> ⍟ Grin (25771),
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>> I didn't go to work today — it is +39C in London today, yesterday — after coming back from Ashford — I had a bout of hay fever. So they let me off today, otherwise I won't be able to fly out tomorrow — feeling sick with hay fever. Besides, half the tube and over ground trains are cancelled here and half of our office didn't turn up for work, lots of appointments are cancelled, people don't want to travel to the City — it is even hotter there. I needed to go to the shop today — just the local shop for milk — came back all wet — from heat. Can't wait to be in Spain by the sea now, it is less hot there — 32C and it will feel different, fresher, it is not as muggy there.
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>Hi, I heard it is extremely hot in Western Europe right now. Here in Moscow we have 20C and heavy rains almost every day.
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It is crazy here — in France, Belgium, the temperatures are even worse. Several Eurostar trains broke down today — due to heat. We still have to do some shopping — and my husband will only use the car when it is dusk, because literally — car tires are melting. Crazy. You are doing great in Moscow — lovely temperatures, just what we are used to here in England — normally.
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20:28 25.07.2019
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> Some humor about figure skating)
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I don't get the humour. One dog is nice, the other is crazy nuts and angry. The first one is a Golden Labrador, which breed is the angry one?
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21:07 25.07.2019
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> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Some humor about figure skating)
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>I don't get the humour. One dog is nice, the other is crazy nuts and angry. The first one is a Golden Labrador, which breed is the angry one?
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The nice one is a lady skater, the crazy one represents her fans on the internet)
I think it's not a breed, probably it's some kind of monster
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21:09 25.07.2019
Alena's new music will be



Well, Alena can skate to delicate and emotional music like no one else
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21:15 25.07.2019
a funny pic


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21:28 25.07.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
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>> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>>> Some humor about figure skating)
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>>I don't get the humour. One dog is nice, the other is crazy nuts and angry. The first one is a Golden Labrador, which breed is the angry one?
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>The nice one is a lady skater, the crazy one represents her fans on the internet)
> I think it's not a breed, probably it's some kind of monster
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What — like yourself? Someone who has to keep proving them right, when they don't need it and speak for themselves — with their soft power and superior art? — I am not trying to diss, I am just saying, art speaks for itself, extras — can do more harm than good, which is what your pic proves. There's just no need for it, is there? Soft power should stay soft, that is the power of it.
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21:29 25.07.2019
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> a funny pic
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What's funny? Please explain. A cat under an umbrella, what's funny?
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21:42 25.07.2019
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> What's funny? Please explain. A cat under an umbrella, what's funny?
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Well, the cat seems to be so surprised and looks funny to me

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> What — like yourself? Someone who has to keep proving them right, when they don't need it and speak for themselves — with their soft power and superior art? — I am not trying to diss, I am just saying, art speaks for itself, extras — can do more harm than good, which is what your pic proves. There's just no need for it, is there? Soft power should stay soft, that is the power of it.
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many figure skating fans have self-irony, I think it is healthy to have it.

But there are different types of fans. Remember I told you that many South Korean fans are nutters? Since Adelina Sotnikova won 2014 Olympics over famous Korean skater Yuna Kim they went completely crazy about it to the point that official youtube figure skating streams are geoblocked in South Korea.
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21:47 25.07.2019
Remember you showed me the pic of a bird that your cat brought to you?
This cat got a rabbit. I didn't know a cat can catch a rabbit.
https://twitter.com/gf161273/status/115225583346...

The owner seems to be pissed of about it though
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