@wolfgang59 It is estimated that there are over 200 bucket & spade sets lost in the Sahara.
Some dating back to the Pharaohs.
Up until the 1950s the top concert percussionists used cymbals made
from an alloy containing radioactive Uranium. Aficionados claim that
modern non-radioactive cymbals are inferior. The last antique pair of
cymbals sold at Sotheby's for £95,000 in 1974 to an anonymous bidder
widely assumed to be Keith Moon. In his autobiography, Roger Daltry
said that Moon had the cymbals melted down and made into a high
hat for his drum kit. Moon died in 1976 from radiation sickness.
Economists from the University of Utah have calculated that the total
food consumption in California is sufficient to maintain only 25 million
people. Professor Staples said "Even we consider Californians just
existing on the most meagre calorific intake we can only assume a
population of 28 million, this obviously raises the question of how the
Democrats could get 40 million votes at the last Presidential elections".
Professor Staples also pointed to recent polls indicating that 80% of
living Californians vote Republican. President Trump said he thoroughly
supported the good work that Staples was doing.
@trev33said Donald Trump was elected president of the US, the UK left the EU, Leicester City won the English Premier league and a global pandemic killed thousands of people while the world went on lockdown.
Wait, this isn't the things that should be fake news thread?
You got the right thread and appears a few fans, could be from my fan club! 😉
Yeah, & Liverpool not winning the league is a bigger issue than eating amongst the faithfull. (edit) Trump? I think of him when I break wind taking a morning P***. The Undesirable clearly sleeps with cucumber slices on his F/ing eyeballs as he sleep's in/under a sun tan bed.