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    Quote Originally Posted by digrar View Post
    I actually pinched that one from your facey space.
    I wonder if it was a stich up?
    Well that would be going into conspiracy territory, but I really can't see how a keg can go off. No way. And they're over engineered anyway, I've seen plastic bubbles from German breweries.

    And even if you did, switch the gas to propane and then you need ignition source? So much head scratching.

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    Default Japan 'not ready' for invasion of redbacks as venomous Australian spiders reach Tokyo

    Experts warn Japan's medical system is not ready for an invasion of potentially deadly redback spiders, with limited supplies of the anti-venom available to authorities.

    About a dozen of the venomous Australian spiders were found in a small park in a residential area of Mitaka in Tokyo, terrifying local parents...
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/technology...s-reach-tokyo/

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    Default Sea krait found by Darwin casino marks first verified sighting in the NT

    A Darwin snake catcher called out at two in the morning was shocked to find a rare and highly venomous sea krait hundreds of miles from its known habitat.

    The capture marked the first verified sighting in the Northern Territory, and could indicate the krait - revered as a god by some Pacific Islanders - has begun colonising further south.

    The yellow-lipped sea krait has more toxin than a Taipan and fangs equal to a death adder, but it does not often bite.

    Unlike sea snakes, they are equally at home on land or at sea, and generally live around Timor, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific islands.

    Phil Mangin, a contract snake catcher, was called to Darwin's casino, where he found the serpent had already been bagged...
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-10-2...ghting/5828284

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    Damn

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    Sharing their buggers since 1880s .....

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