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In Nepalese, the word for "hello" is "namaste". It translates to "I salute all of the good qualities in you".

 

38super - namaste.

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Thanks Wombat, there are spoken words that have a depth of meaning.  Due to a lengthy military employment, my spoken vocabulary is a bit blunt.   Suffering fools is not my strong point.

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I have a rainy day question.

 

If you see a big puddle in front of a crowded bus stop, do you swerve away at the last minute or blow thru the puddle?

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I have a rainy day question.

 

If you see a big puddle in front of a crowded bus stop, do you swerve away at the last minute or blow thru the puddle?

 

:thinking:  :devil:

 

Um...if it's my &%$#@! neighbour waiting at the BS.....thru we go......

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Big +1,  especially with whats going on in the world...

Yah M8 .. :ride:

I say the Fellow in the Wheel Chair might have Feared a Mugging as the Rider approached him . These people cop the " Short End of the Stick " so many times .

Good to see some positive action .. In the World

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Yah M8 .. :ride:

I say the Fellow in the Wheel Chair might have Feared a Mugging as the Rider approached him . These people cop the " Short End of the Stick " so many times .

Good to see some positive action .. In the World

 

M8...... :thumbsup:

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