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A cool relief of a web site.
Topic by: woozy
Posted: September 23, 2005 - 7:13 PM PDT
Last Reply: September 25, 2005 - 9:28 PM PDT

author topic: A cool relief of a web site.
woozy
post #1  on September 23, 2005 - 7:13 PM PDT  
Okay, with everyone all dark and depressed and just overall cranky about Hurricane Katrina, Rita, and the stupidity of the american public I feel it's about time to to introduce a web site that reminds us there is still a sense of wonder and amazement in the world.

By the way, read this post all the way through before clicking on links because the last link in the above paragraph was not the link to remind you that there is still a sense of wonder and amazement in the world and there is utterly no good to be had by click on that link. *!THIS!* is the link to remind you that there is still a sense of wonder and amazement in the world.

Still reading? Yes that third link was the one. But if you haven't clicked there yet you may want to update your real media software. I *HATE* updating software and Real Media is second only to Windows service packs in software I hate updating but trust me. The site is worth it.
woozy
post #2  on September 25, 2005 - 9:28 PM PDT  
My friend says she saw a herd of about 15 elephants and a giraffe. I haven't seen anything that exotic (ostriches, wilderbeests, bustards and strange african grouse mostly) but I must admit I've enjoyed watching warthogs stand around a *lot* more than I ever thought possible. And it's really fun to just watch during the day the sun goes up, things get brighter, sun goes down, things get darker and this happens day after day while animals come into the picture, mill about, then leave.

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