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    On 28 January 1896 Walter Arnold, of East Peckham, was summonsed for travelling at 8 mph (13 km/h) in a motorised vehicle, thereby exceeding the contemporary speed limit for towns of 2 mph (3.2 km/h). He had been caught by a policeman who had given chase on a bicycle. He was fined 1 shilling plus costs, the first speeding fine in England, thus he achieved the soubriquet the first person to be convicted of speeding in the UK. [8][9][10]
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    the latest poll on happiness in my country.

    How happy are you?

    1: not happy at all; 5: very happy

    1: 7%
    2: 7%
    3: 29%
    4: 39%
    5: 16%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan of Beans View Post
    Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the USA. Approximately 41,179 suicides per year.
    Do what your younger self never thought she could do.
    Be who she always dreamed of being.
    Darling, make that little girl proud
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    TIL how to fight.

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    All about dysthymia

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    I have to let people finish their sentences.
    Now the hardest part is applying this.
    Imagine this is the best thing you've ever read.

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    The world's strongest dog is the whippet, which has twice the muscle mass of a normal dog due to a defect in the myostatin gene.



    That's one scary looking dog.
    Vi Cit Tecum.

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    Well, according to my lecturer, a tree is a symbol of patriarchal, authoritative knowledge.

    A tree.

    Green leafy thing with a wooden trunk.

    Lots of them about in the woods.

    Symbolises patriarchal oppression.

    Good grief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    The world's strongest dog is the whippet, which has twice the muscle mass of a normal dog due to a defect in the myostatin gene.



    That's one scary looking dog.
    Fido on steroids.

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