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1ClassyLady 68F
3120 posts
3/8/2019 7:36 pm

Photo : So, Apparently A 9 Volt Battery Is 6 AAA Batteries Taped Together (now you know it)

Photo 18: A Rare Chance To Grasp The Size Of An Offshore Wind Turbine Blade (Normally we saw the "Wind Turbine" on the top of tall post at wild windy places, they go around and around to create energy to electricity. Obama likes very much, Trump hates it. I like "Wind Turbine", no pollution, clean energy) (I have no idea why that wind turbine Blade on a busy street, scary!)

Photo 19: Ever Wonder What The Top Of Everest Looks Like? (To my surprise, lots of trash that mountain climbers brought there and left there)

Photo 20: A Mature Hedge Cut In Half (Who cut the tree in half?)

Photo 21: Leica Camera Lens (Now you see the lens inside a camera)

Photo 22: What The Interior Of A Pool Table Looks Like (Have you ever played billiard game? I did few times only)

Photo 23: That's What A Heated Floor Looks Like Before The Hard Floory Stuff Is Put On Top (I heard Sweden is the top 1 energy saving country. They recycle plastic bottle and aluminum cans, paper, ... and many other junk into useful energy. They have "Heated Floor" in every house and natural is free. Sweden is very cold in the Winter.)

Photo 24: This Is What A Tumbleweed Looks Like Before It Dies And Roams The Land (Do you remember those Western movies had many dry Tumbleweed rolling down the desert, but I have never seen the green one)

Honesty is the best policy.

1ClassyLady 68F
3289 posts
3/8/2019 7:49 pm

Those words inside of parentheses are my personal opinions for each picture. Not copied from the sender's email.

Honesty is the best policy.