A letter to friends and relatives.
Fine weather at last after about 20 cm of rain over the past week. This applies to the local district where I live, out back NSW is still cleaning up after flooding, there will be fewer drought complaints for a while. Haven't heard much from rello's in blighty recently, must be bucket and spade time. despite the cricket being washed out again.
Tonight Macfarlanes lantern will have waxed to its fullest.TSHS will be gadding around the skyline on her broomstick and being Saturday local grog filled loonies will be out in force.
The best petrol discounter 20cents per liter is still the Cat house in Sydney I mentioned recently, the
best supermarket discount only 4cents per liter. Only the wicked benefit
Listening to the radio and Television also absorbing page after page of dodgy goings on by our peers, masters and leaders in the faith industry, you will be better served by getting it first hand and with more detail; by clicking on to the pages of my favorite news paper, which for a paltry sum of $154-7o, and a saving of $45-00 off the stand price, can be delivered to your residence free for six months. Of course this only applies to NSW Australian persons.
However, Google Sydneydaily telegraph you will get a free sticky beak into the goings on in Australia's most populated state(did you know that a quarter of the Oz population live in and around the Sydney met and greater 50Klm rad area. This does not mean that NSW skinflints should not fork out for their favorite newspaper. This info is primarily for overseas persons like Poms Septics and Canucks , also NuZillenders who are very vague about the unusual and sometimes sordid and of course the sensitive and sad family stories which emerge at breakfast time, which help us worry for the rest of the day, or have bad dreams if your working a night shift.
So what are you waiting for, start clicking, there is stuff like police sexual harassment there that I have briefly mentioned before. Have fun . Back soon
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Saturday, 18 June 2011
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