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The Masked Tulip

Guatemala volcano eruption

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7 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

I'm waiting for Mt Tiedie on tenerife & the big tsunami when the shelf on el hierro slips

Thanks for that I'm currently in Madeira facing the Canary Islands but I am on the 4th floor.

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7 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

I'm waiting for Mt Tiedie on tenerife & the big tsunami when the shelf on el hierro slips

 

Where do you live - top of the Matterhorn? That would be serious loss of life when it happens and take a century or more for lost towns & cities to recover.

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2 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Where do you live - top of the Matterhorn? That would be serious loss of life when it happens and take a century or more for lost towns & cities to recover.

 

3 minutes ago, JackieO said:

Thanks for that I'm currently in Madeira facing the Canary Islands but I am on the 4th floor.

It's ok it won't come this way 

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31 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Video of shortly after the eruption. It shows people who have suffocated in moments so don't look if you might be affected by such things.

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It’s clearly Assad and Putin with their chemical weapons.

Volcano. Pah! You will believe any of that subversive propaganda and those conspiracy theories they put out!

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25 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

I'm waiting for Mt Tiedie on tenerife & the big tsunami when the shelf on el hierro slips

:) STFU am thinking of retiring there!  And you're thinking of La Palma not El Hierro I think.

I guess it wouldn't matter if I could get a few years of retirement in before it blew, it still beats retirement shuffling around in the rain and dark in the UK hoping a pikey won't target an old man like me and burgle my house.

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8 minutes ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

:) STFU am thinking of retiring there!  And you're thinking of La Palma not El Hierro I think.

I guess it wouldn't matter if I could get a few years of retirement in before it blew, it still beats retirement shuffling around in the rain and dark in the UK hoping a pikey won't target an old man like me and burgle my house.

A brit pensioner got her head cut off in a chinese minimarket in Los Christianos a few years back, apparently she grassed up a mad ukranianian drifter at the dole office who was sleeping rough 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/woman-60-beheaded-in-tenerife-supermarket-was-defenceless-in-abhorrent-attack-10055539.html

Lot of weirdos out there, trust no-one.

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3 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Where do you live - top of the Matterhorn? That would be serious loss of life when it happens and take a century or more for lost towns & cities to recover.

It'd have to drown most of Manchester before it gets here. 

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4 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Video of shortly after the eruption. It shows people who have suffocated in moments so don't look if you might be affected by such things.

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Clearly the poor locals haven’t given enough of their money to their cult of choice and the sky pixie is punishing them 

 

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