But I didn't inhale!
4432 posts • joined 21 Oct 2008
His wife's and his own first names almost match my wife's and my first names.
Years ago we independently constructed portmanteau email addresses based on cut-down versions of our first names, with one tiny difference.
Same ISP. Thousands of Ks apart.
I often get his emails, usually for his most recent telephone purchase.
I know all about him. So, I got in contact.
I now just send his emails on to him and destroy my copy.
Maybe that's why it's no big deal here.
The Black Friday bushfires of 13 January 1939, in Victoria, Australia, were among the worst natural bushfires (wildfires) in the world. Almost 20,000 km² (4,942,000 acres, 2,000,000 ha) of land was burned, 71 people died, several towns were entirely obliterated and the Royal Commission that resulted from it led to major changes in forest management. Over 1,300 homes and 69 sawmills were burned, and 3,700 buildings were destroyed. It was calculated that three-quarters of the State of Victoria was directly or indirectly affected by the disaster. The Royal Commission noted that "it appeared the whole State was alight on Friday, 13 January
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