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links are being pulled in a remarkably speedy fashion.
what is it? It’s the HD-DVD Processing Key for most movies released so far. I was not aware that a string of numbers and letters was copyrightable. Perhaps its just my ignorance but it seems that someone is abusing the DMCA again.
highly recommended is Whittards‘ Spice Imperial tea.
“Spiced tea, like spiced wine has long been a popular, reviving and refreshing drink. We have used a smoothly full Ceylon tea to cope with the combined forces of cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and orange peel. “
I’ve developed quite an addition to it.
“Good News” |Deep Natural | Michelle Shocked
as those of you who have visited Ramtops’ Repose will know, we have a dutch airer device suspended in the kitchen, from which we hang kitchen paraphenalia such as colanders and spoons and so forth. It also supports a two tier wire hanging basket, which is our onion repository.
at least, it did – until last night when, as I was trying to remove a shallot from its upper tier, the bloody basket fell off and, pausing only to smite me on my head, deposited its oniony contents all over the worktop, and knocking over the bowl for Stuff destined for Modo, the compost heap, thus adding used tealeaves and so forth to the mess.
I gave an almighty shriek, probably bloodcurdling – from shock, more than anything – and perlmonger rushed downstairs to see what horrors a cat had perpetrated, because that’s what normally causes shrieks in this household. Although now I come to think of it, I bet SomeCat had somehow caused it.
later on, we watched Ray, which was better than I thought it would be; in fact, it was very fine indeed. Recommended.
when it was over, I found myself with one particular song from it running through my head – You Don’t Know Me. But it wasn’t his version … It took a while to identify it, but eventually I sussed that it was Meryl Streep, from Postcards From the Edge, another very fine film which I must watch again shortly.
damn – it grew, and got pictures and stuff, so now it’s behind a cut