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Jim Hillier
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May 10, 2011 - 12:14 am
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We (here in Queensland) don't really have winters as such Zig. I guess weather is all about what one is used to....one becomes acclimatised.

We can always pick the Southern tourists here (who come from colder climes), they are the ones walking around in singlets and shorts....while the natives are all rugged up in track suits and woolens.

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[i:3osi7qqp]Whats with you Guys and 19C your kidding , I am looking at the Weather station on my roof well the computer read out that is ,and it says 11.9C .....4.8 kmph wind speed .....SW to SE and if I stood on the roof and sighted Mt. Baw Baw I would see the snow flurries ,19C thats luxury weather ! [/i:3osi7qqp]

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LOL

Like I said EJ.....it comes down to acclimatisation!

I have a young mate in Canada who would scoff at you saying the conditions you describe equate to cold. One day last year he told me it was 30 degrees below.....now [i:3scdgfvd]that's[/i:3scdgfvd] cold!!! LOL

I'm sure Mindblower would agree!

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It was 16C yesterday with 17C expected today. That's great news, since it's been raining and cloudy for several weeks now. As for the Inkjet vs Laser, believe one very important feature was overlooked, and that's the drying quality of the ink. Copies from a laser don't run, fresh or old, by those from an inkjet, even years later bleed from a tiny drop of any liquid. Was told that you can get a special ink (forget the brand name) that offers it for pictures. Then again, it might have something to do with the paper also, Mindblower!

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That is why some people seem bright until you hear them speak"

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Hey Mindblower what happened to the weather report , oh ! hang on you sent one , all jokes aside thanks for that info it was something as you said was not mentioned but is important as I have old receipts from years ago [inkjet] which are definitely worse for wear, plus a few old color photos which are hardly recognizable now ! ej gippy

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