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Linking Moose image to appropriate topic

Praveen Kumar M K
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Joined: Jul 03, 2011
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Just a little thought that I had - Whenever the Moose image changes for a particular occasion, why dont we create a corresponding topic about the occasion, in a forum(maybe Meaningless Drivel)? If its possible, the image can be made as a hyperlink to the topic. This would save time from googling and keep the users here at the Ranch.

Thanks,
Praveen.
Henry Wong
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Praveen Kumar M K wrote:Just a little thought that I had - Whenever the Moose image changes for a particular occasion, why dont we create a corresponding topic about the occasion, in a forum(maybe Meaningless Drivel)? If its possible, the image can be made as a hyperlink to the topic. This would save time from googling and keep the users here at the Ranch.

Thanks,
Praveen.



As an option, you can also create a topic in MD to discuss it .... for example, there is one going on right now regarding world snake day.

Henry


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Henry Wong
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And BTW, it looks like August is pretty light for holiday moose, so feel free to recommend some possibile holidays too....


For example.... "National Cherry Turnover Day" looks interesting, although it isn't pie...

Henry
John Jai
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Aug 09 - International Day of the World’s Indigenous People (I don't understand what indigenous means though )
Aug 14 - World Lizard Day

source
Wendy Gibbons
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John Jai wrote:Aug 09 - International Day of the World’s Indigenous People (I don't understand what indigenous means though )
Aug 14 - World Lizard Day

source


the people who lived there before the english or spanish or dutch moved in and killed most of them, and were pretty damn mean to the ones who managed to survive.
Wendy Gibbons
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13 august, international left handers day
1st Aug YORKSHIRE DAY, please please please, pretty please
Martin Vajsar
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Wendy Gibbons wrote:1st Aug YORKSHIRE DAY, please please please, pretty please

Perhaps the chances would be higher if you could provide a Yorkshire-themed image of Moose?
Campbell Ritchie
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Since mooses don’t each Yorkshire pud, we would have to start with white roses. A flat cap. The fly would have to go, since no real Yorkshireman would let anything go to waste to feed a fly. Unless, possibly, black and white stripy sweets
Campbell Ritchie
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Are you left handed, then Wendy?
Wendy Gibbons
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no not left handed, just thought it was an international one and nice and obscure.

i thought a pudding dangling off one antler, hoopla style
Martin Vajsar
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I'm not sure it matters in the debate, but I'm strongly left handed. I'm all in for the international left handers day (I didn't even know it existed)!

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Wouldn't the Moose with an additional left hand look a bit creepy?
Paul Clapham
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Since mooses don’t each Yorkshire pud, we would have to start with white roses. A flat cap. The fly would have to go, since no real Yorkshireman would let anything go to waste to feed a fly. Unless, possibly, black and white stripy sweets


Maybe we could make it so that when you clicked on the Yorkshire Moose, it played "On Ilkley Moor Baht At".
Campbell Ritchie
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You mean, “While Shepherds Washed their Socks by Night” which is what that tune was written for.
Campbell Ritchie
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Wendy Gibbons wrote:. . . a pudding dangling off one antler, hoopla style
All the gravy would run out
 
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