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  1. Alain! Hello, Hello, Hello! Maybe: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/05/install-users-groups-management-tool-ubuntu1404/
  2. Windmills throughout the country were in "rouwstand", mourning position; when the upper sail has been fixed after having passed through the highest position, it is in the 'going' position; this is the position of mourning, indicating that the culminating point has been passed and life is going downhill. This is the position when a member of the miller's family has died or there is some other reason for mourning. When a funeral procession in the village passes the mill, even when the person who is to be buried was not directly associated with the miller or his family the mill will still be set in the mourning position. It is decidedly a touching sight when cap and sails are turned to follow the direction taken by the procession and finally stop in the position facing the churchyard. More HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQvwTDjwZjA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoYArU4vP6U Heartbreaking.
  3. I missed that one totally. (Nice work Clutter, now I need to wipe coffee off my display screen.) The way I read it, s/he tells that a lot of the good taste stays in the filter.
  4. Finlandia Survey No 79 Description: President Hoover in Finland. Fire at bricklayer Möttönen’s house. Ice swimming performance by swimming club Vetehiset. Motor ship Herakles arriving in Finland with a cargo of coffee. Helsinki women aviators’ fancy dress ball. http://www.europeana...A723454135.html Coffee ship Herakles @05:30
  5. ... or, "only" a daily staple. List of countries by coffee consumption per capita 1 Finland 12.0 kg 2 Norway 9.9 kg 3 Iceland 9.0 kg 4 Denmark 8.7 kg 5 Netherlands 8.4 kg 6 Sweden 8.2 kg ... ... ... 25 United States 4.2 kg ... ... ... 44 United Kingdom 2.8 kg
  6. "Pot coffee" is alive and well and living is summer cottages & market square cafe tents throughout Finland. Eggshells (and other stuff, such as yolk or fish scales) were used when coffee was too finely ground and wouldn't settle to the bottom of the pot. Should you ever buy ground coffee here, you'll need to make a choice:
  7. British smitish, darn, this is difficult... would Porridge count? OK let's see... other summer rerun Brit stuff: New Tricks, seasons 9 & 10. Old Morses, good stuff, but I've seen 'em umpty times... Foyle's War 6-8... the usual stuff. Vera (Stanhope) is not too bad.
  8. And the point is...? Oh, and... the 2014 Blue Ribbon Summer Super Duper Re-Run here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVonyVSQoM Pure manna.
  9. There used to be a Chinese reataurant (they used to serve great dim sum) on Leicester Square (where Capital FM is these days) called Man Fu Kung. Their slogan was "probably the largest in Europe". I mean... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZznpvRP7iR4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVFF-2m58Co
  10. Pyttipannu aka "happened this past week". Called Beef à la Rydberg in toffish contexts.
  11. Van der Valk? But that was a British thingy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0O-2oAvNTo http://en.wikipedia....alk_(TV_series)
  12. Hey. if they're comfy, they are by definition well designed! Form follows function and all that jazz.
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