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Angelici Magiovinium

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  1. Evening all - I thought I could smell a rat :-) Chilli night here - made with the finest mince BEEF !!
  2. Just had one giant clap of thunder - but unlike earlier is accompaniment is torrential rain not hail, it's certainly been an eventful day here !
  3. Being Bletchley they probably all ran for cover in Cash Converters or one of the many charity shops The hailstones didn't do much for the spring flowers - they took a bit of a battering still the parks trust have planted over 200,000 bulbs here in the last 7 years .... http://www.theparkstrust.com/about-us/media-centre/post/371-a-host-of-golden-daffodils
  4. Woo Hoo !! Lightning, Thunder and Hail action here in MK Mahoosive clap of thunder as I took this !
  5. Excellent, I'd rather look forward to summer now than back to a winter that never was, I still feel a bit cheated about not getting the 100 days of snow though, and I've missed silly things like watching the outside broadcasts with reporters in remote 'snowed in' locations - at least there has been plenty of action on the other side of the pond to keep me entertained .......it's started to rain here now, typically when I was just thinking about going out to get some lunch !
  6. I've really missed driving in the snow ....I think it's great especially at night ...... I'm having a bit of a paperwork/admin day here what with end of financial year coming up and all that .... I don't think I'm missing much weather wise though it looks a bit like dirty dish water out there at the moment, there was a light frost first thing and it was slightly misty late last night .....I'm so looking forward to a day off and a sunny Sunday
  7. Great to see you back in here Tamara, I hope everything is going well for you, Shadow certainly looks at home in his new crate A few more 'wintery' mixes by way of precipitation here during the afternoon, mostly wet and cold stuff anyway - thankfully it's not going to be like this at the weekend as I've been planning a yomp and was rather hoping not to get the walking boots (or the rest of me) too muddy......Steve C you will be pleased to know I have been watching on line tutorials on how not to jump over muddy puddles just in case
  8. Afternoon all (and Hi-Di-Hi to BlueBlazer54 ) It's been a busy couple of days here in fact yesterday was ‘Non Stop’ with Liam Neeson (and Mr P) in Cineworld followed by some time with Frankie and Benny and a cinnamon maple waffle I'm still keeping one eye on the weather though and some heavy showers coming off the North Sea have been affecting the region... looks like there has been some hail mixed in with them as well as some sleet and possibly snow in places, thanks to 'Evaporative cooling' where it’s heavy enough to drag down the cold air aloft to the surface which makes it easier for the precipitation to stay as snow the whole way down. Just had a nice little covering of grauple here (is it to late for the snow cup?) A chilly 5 deg c here now but looks like it will be warming up nicely for Mother's Day Sunday….. Monday may be warmer still, we could perhaps hit 21-22 degrees in parts of this region….
  9. They are fine - I've had contact with both of them today, I'm sure they will be posting again soon but each of them have got various other things going on in their lives, but they both appreciate the concern and folk asking about them :-)
  10. Yes but there are still questions that need answers: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/flight-mh370-five-questions-after-3278320
  11. 2:17 pm Here is Prime Minister Najib Razak's full statement. "This evening I was briefed by representatives from the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). "They informed me that Inmarsat, the UK company that provided the satellite data which indicated the northern and southern corridors, has been performing further calculations on the data. "Using a type of analysis never before used in an investigation of this sort, they have been able to shed more light on MH370’s flight path. "Based on their new analysis, Inmarsat and the AAIB have concluded that MH370 flew along the southern corridor and that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean, west of Perth. "This is a remote location. Far from any possible landing sites. It is therefore with deep sadness and regret that I must inform you that, according to this new data, flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean." "We will be holding a press conference tomorrow with further details. In the meantime, we wanted to inform you of this new development at the earliest opportunity. "We share this information out of a commitment to openness and respect for the families, two principles which have guided this investigation. "Malaysia Airlines have already spoken to the families of the passengers and the crew to inform them of this development. "For them the past few weeks have been heartbreaking. I know this news must be harder still. i urge the media to respect their privacy and allow them the space they need at this very difficult time."
  12. Morning all, Lovely bright sunshine with the remnants of last night’s frost lingering in the shady places, looks like we have the three C's ......Chilly, Calm and Clear....have a nice day
  13. I'm wondering how that happened too - did the pub run out of beer Steve ? At least my fall only involved brambles and not barbed wire - it was lucky I had spare clothes though or they would never have let me in the pub, I certainly managed to get wetter and muddier than you did that day Some very bright sunshine here in MK with fast moving clouds but as yet no showers, I managed a lovely 2 hour walk this morning, totally mud and incident free Hope everyone is having a nice weekend - Mr P can see again as we collected his replacement glasses yesterday, just waiting for the physio to mend his shoulder now and all will be good again !
  14. Like anyone wasn't going to notice they had the same legs and feet - I shouted that out loud when they showed the photos on the TV !! CCTV footage of the two men who boarded flight MH370 with stolen passports may have been deliberately doctored, it was feared last night. A video still released by Malaysian officials three days after the jet vanished shows both men - who some sources claim are Iranian asylum-seekers - have the same set of legs. In the CCTV image, their faces, T-shirts and bags are different. But their green trousers and brown shoes are identical and their feet are in the same position. A Twitter user posted: "They both have the same legs, edited or coincidence? and you guys still believe our gov is not hiding anything." Malaysian police admitted the video still of one man had been placed on top of the other when they were photocopied but insisted: "It was not done with malice or to mislead." Chinese media claim Malaysia is deliberately withholding information about the men.
  15. Haha that brings back happy memories of a very muddy walk we shared - did you have to leave the muddy boots outside the pub again ?
  16. I'm not sure about irrationally or just following the procedure of aviation first, then navigation and lastly communication – maybe they just didn't get the chance to communicate or the means to send a message had already been disabled for some reason. The strange behaviour of the aircraft could have been a hijack and I do personally feel that the plane was under some sort of duress, but equally it could have been an attempt to extinguish flames by gaining altitude – lets just hope they find some answers soon because those poor relatives have been to hell and back in the last couple of weeks !
  17. Missing jet WAS carrying highly flammable lithium batteries: CEO of Malaysian Airlines finally admits to dangerous cargo four days after denying it ! http://www.onenewspage.co.uk/n/Front+Page/750cnf25w/Missing-jet-WAS-carrying-highly-flammable-lithium-batteries.htm
  18. P3 Orion returns to base at Pearce after a full day of searching - still no sign of debris This map, released by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, show the area search crews have searched so far over the last few days. It’s a huge area, measuring 36,000 square kilometres and conditions in the search zone have been far from ideal with thick fog and reduced visibility.
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