Meteorito en Perú

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Meteorito en Perú

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https://youtu.be/nqKyoEnW2-g

Over Lima. Some footage in the YouTube.
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Won’t lie, not the first hot Peruvian thing I’ve seen
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Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
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A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
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Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
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A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
Why? What good is money going to be?
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A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
actually, there *are* massive locust plagues in Africa at the moment.... :((
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happyhooker wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
Why? What good is money going to be?
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
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massive_field_goal wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
actually, there *are* massive locust plagues in Africa at the moment.... :((
Well that just proves it. I wonder if forming a cult permitted under the Government's lockdown restrictions?
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A5D5E5 wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
Why? What good is money going to be?
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
Pah, that only costs an obol
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A5D5E5 wrote:
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
The (other)world authority on such matters says:

Don't pay the ferryman
Don't even fix a price
Don't pay the ferryman
Until he gets you to the other side......................
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lilyw wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
The (other)world authority on such matters says:

Don't pay the ferryman
Don't even fix a price
Don't pay the ferryman
Until he gets you to the other side......................
Yea, but Chris de burg is a twat
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happyhooker wrote:
lilyw wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
The (other)world authority on such matters says:

Don't pay the ferryman
Don't even fix a price
Don't pay the ferryman
Until he gets you to the other side......................
Yea, but Chris de burg is a twat
Why? I always thought he was ok.
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A5D5E5 wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
Why? What good is money going to be?
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
Just accept one of those invites to Globby Towers.
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happyhooker wrote:
lilyw wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
The (other)world authority on such matters says:

Don't pay the ferryman
Don't even fix a price
Don't pay the ferryman
Until he gets you to the other side......................
Yea, but Chris de burg is a twat
Any man who can advise God on playing poker can surely be forgiven for launching thousands of slow sets
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No way you’d be able to get £80,000 in coins under your tongue & on your eyelids though
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A5D5E5 wrote:
massive_field_goal wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:Clearly a portent for the end of the world.

I just hope it could wait for a few more days as I've got a Tesco delivery on Saturday that I've been waiting 3 weeks for.
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
actually, there *are* massive locust plagues in Africa at the moment.... :((
Well that just proves it. I wonder if forming a cult permitted under the Government's lockdown restrictions?
You can definitely cult via Skype. Might occasionally get people chanting out of sync or interrupting your profane rituals with 'Sorry, dropped out for a minute there. Can you hear me?', but think of the potential membership vs.trying to do it in person locally. It's well known that the fell powers pay more attention the greater the number of potential sacrifices soliciting them.
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sockwithaticket wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
massive_field_goal wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
actually, there *are* massive locust plagues in Africa at the moment.... :((
Well that just proves it. I wonder if forming a cult permitted under the Government's lockdown restrictions?
You can definitely cult via Skype. Might occasionally get people chanting out of sync or interrupting your profane rituals with 'Sorry, dropped out for a minute there. Can you hear me?', but think of the potential membership vs.trying to do it in person locally. It's well known that the fell powers pay more attention the greater the number of potential sacrifices soliciting them.
Fair points, but Skype spoils the whole "God decrees you both to have sex with the Leader" bit. On the other hand, I could make "Sorry, I was on mute" a mortal sin punishable by excommunication (or striptease for a certain subset of my followers).
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happyhooker wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote: We’d have to have earthquakes, pestilences, locusts & the waters made bitter for that, you might just get that delivery. I wouldn’t bother getting any long life milk though.
Earthquakes - yes, plenty. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/
Pestilence - I think we have that covered pretty well at the moment.
The waters made bitter - pollution has sorted that out no problem.

Locusts I'm struggling on, but fuck it, I'm cancelling the order. No point wasting money.
Why? What good is money going to be?
I'm getting ready for the afterlife. I may need to bribe a ferryman.
Pah, that only costs an obol
Have you checked the obol:sterling exchange rate since Brexit?
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A5D5E5 wrote:
happyhooker wrote: Pah, that only costs an obol
Have you checked the obol:sterling exchange rate since Brexit?
Fortunately it's linked to the drachma
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