Food in Space

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Food in Space

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From the BBC:

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OK.
I'll bite. :scratch:
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They are actually links to two separate articles, but I found it funny that the second one appeared to answer the question in the first one.
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HansV wrote:
23 Jun 2024, 18:26
They are actually links to two separate articles, but I found it funny that the second one appeared to answer the question in the first one.
Thanks Hans.
Now we both/all know that I was wasting my time trying to make the link between "Journey to the Moon and back" and takeout/takeaway.
Good to know ... :burnup:
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HansV wrote:
23 Jun 2024, 18:26
They are actually links to two separate articles, but I found it funny that the second one appeared to answer the question in the first one.
Ah! The original post has an explanation!
[I thought it had been made by Chris, until I saw that Hans had perpetrated it!] :rofl:
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John Gray wrote:
24 Jun 2024, 07:55
[I thought it had been made by Chris, until I saw that Hans had perpetrated it!] :rofl:
Oh Great, John. Just great!
Now neither Hans nor I know which of us should feel more offended :evilgrin:
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ChrisGreaves wrote:
23 Jun 2024, 14:14
I'll bite. :..Chris
I am glad you did, I was afraid to take a bite of it, as my initial thought was it must be Portugal’s suggestion for what to eat on the moon, and that it was something they had made from Alien’s giblets, and it was their perception suggestion to take when explaining the dark side of the moon
I did however, go on to guess that my thought was wrong, so perhaps I get 1 or 2 conciliation points out of 10 for guessing that right?
I seriously don’t ever try to annoy. Maybe I am just the kid that missed being told about the King’s new magic suit, :(

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The BBC is rapidly going down the plug hole. Here they are claiming substitute teachers teach incorrect maths:
    
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Aha! We now have Fake Maths!
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Do they teach left maths? That'd be sinister...
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HansV wrote:
25 Jun 2024, 15:03
Do they teach left maths? That'd be sinister...
Very adroit, Hans!
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