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- PHYSICS: Since 1927, researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia have been tracking a glob of congealed black tar as it drips through a funnel - at a rate of one drop every nine years.
Shamus's daytime job? =)) =)) =))

 

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- PHYSICS: Since 1927, researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia have been tracking a glob of congealed black tar as it drips through a funnel - at a rate of one drop every nine years.
Shamus's daytime job? =)) =)) =))

 

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Nothing quite like watching a bucket of tar all day then going home knowing you've put in a solid days' work. <cough>

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