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The MSFN café - A Penny for Your Thoughts


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34 minutes ago, msfntor said:

So D.Draker my friend, where are you? ....
Come back soon, please...

- come back here everyone... UCyborg, Mina,...

"sure thing, Dave... no hassle.":buehehe:

I am here.

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2 hours ago, mina7601 said:

I am here.

Cool Mina, so now tell your story if you want...make an interesting post for all...the latest scientific findings on piramids etc.

 

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'Make fetch happen' https://twitter.com/i/status/1491831029669183494

'Ok, you REALLY need to stop that now' https://twitter.com/i/status/1489630055701655553

'When the tail wags the dog' https://twitter.com/i/status/1477748180825559040

- more on HUMOROUS ANIMALShttps://twitter.com/CUTEFUNNYANIMAL

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, msfntor said:

Cool Mina, so now tell your story if you want...make an interesting post for all...the latest scientific findings on piramids etc.

I don't have much knowledge for these (the bolded text).

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13 minutes ago, mina7601 said:

I don't have much knowledge for these (the bolded text).

No problem... maybe a colorful picture from your country...:dubbio:

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Dr. Eli David

@DrEliDavid

Wear masks. Save the planet.

Here: https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1553334931136417793

 

 

The devastating impact of Covid-19 litter on Earth's wildlife: Shocking photos snapped in 23 countries show animals tangled in face masks, disposable gloves and other personal protective equipment

Researchers from Dalhousie University scanned social media to collect photos of wildlife tangled in PPE

Their analysis revealed 114 incidents in 23 countries from April 2020 to December 2021

The most commonly reported animals caught in PPE were birds, with mute swans most regularly spotted

The team hopes the findings will encourage authorities to improve waste management systems 

HERE on dailymail.co.ukhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11061119/Shocking-photos-snapped-23-countries-wildlife-tangled-face-masks-disposable-gloves.html

 

 

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...............:D

So happy you are here @mina7601 and @msfntor, and hopefully others will pop in and say hello. All folks that posted gave us insight and humility. For me, once somebody enters my thread, I consider they stopped by for a chat and I usually will put on pot of Early Grey Tea, and I don't usually forget when somebody crossed my path as I feel we are did so not by chance, but destiny. I'd like to say I don't get attached easily, but that would be false.

We have not always been easy on the eyes here, but we were/are real, and they can't even take that away. Sometimes honesty can't be a brutal realization, but nonetheless, important experiences and lessons come from the honestly of others.

At times, we've headed down a dark road, but we cam back around and living proof of being human and alive.

Hopefully, others will return and say hello, but if not, I do wish the very best to all and I hold no regret and am glad we've reopened the MSFN café. Come as you are :thumbup

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8 hours ago, XPerceniol said:

we were/are real

yes "we are real", but only for us and not for the others on the web, unfortunately...we don't see each other, but we discuss...that 0 and 1, which are not real, we can't touch them, we can't touch each other, but the discussions are often touching; the emotions are there but we can't see eye to eye... sitting across the table...

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9 minutes ago, mina7601 said:

Nah, I wasn't offended.

Cool. In my tongue the names ending with "a" are rather feminine...hence my confusion.

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