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Helsa

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  • Fun Fun Cart Event?

    Are they driven by two Italian plumbers; one in red the other in green?
    Kensamaofmari
  • Pottery Making Skill

    Clay Flute.
    DanievictriaDarkpixie99
  • You could do better, Nexon.

    I never got into wings; I'm a happy person.
    Danievictria
  • Think burning should be a more useable prospect?

    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    To be fair though, some magic and some science are quite similar

    Sounds like Clarke's Third Law.
    Wolfsinger
  • Last Post Wins

    Greta wrote: »
    Honestly, i never heard about any mass shootings in Lithuania ever happening (from civilians of course). Same goes for other neighbouring countries like Poland, Latvia, Estonia, etc. It would have been big enough for us to see in news if it ever happened.

    I pass by a military base on the way to work everyday, here in the US. For the last 6 months, the flag has never been flown at anything higher than half staff.

    Aren't there still troops in Afghanistan and Iraq? Even if one dies, they are honoured in this way.

    Similarly, in Canada and US, if you drive by a fire hall, its flag is always at half mast, as loss of any fire fighter in Canada or the US is honoured by all fire stations in both countries this way.

    FYI, the ettique of for flying a flag at half mast requires the flag be raise all the way first then lowered to half mast. Upon taking the flag down it is first raised to the top then lowered.
    Sherri