Because 'Straya mate!

Funnily enough, this deer actually managed to take out two cars.

It hit my mates car then richotected across the road into the path of another car. I believe the other car was one of those small Hyundai i20 size things. My mates car was a 4WD though (no bull bar or nudge bar though)

Apart from losing his much loved car, my mate (who is an avid hunter and was the one who taught me how to hunt) was pissed off he didn't have his knife set with him to carve it up.

Anyhoo, here's a pic of a outback trucker who hit a camel while driving around up North.

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Could be part of a Mad Max set.
 
Warming up nicely here. West of the mountains.

44' and a 10% chance of rain!

May look like the above pic soon
My garden looks like the above pic at the moment due to the failed battle against the ants from the park across the road.

The bastards just dug under the road and popped up on my side. Lost the garden, now defending the home.
 
Warming up nicely here. West of the mountains.

44' and a 10% chance of rain!
You can have that all to yourself!

'Around 10,000 properties in South Australia have lost power as fierce thunderstorms barrelled close to Adelaide.

'Residents of Victoria and New South Wales have also been warned that power cuts could be in the cards as energy usage is maxxed out by people turning on airconditioners en masse. An extreme heatwave, the most intense type you can get, is engulfing southeastern Australia today and over the weekend. New South Wales officials have warned conditions over the next two days could become “life threatening”. Elevated fire dangers, “oppressive humidity” and a “very sweaty, uncomfortable night” is forecast for NSW, Canberra, Victoria and Tasmania, thanks to the Northern Territory today moisture being on a crash course with the south.

'Sky News chief meteorologist Tom Saunders said while 6am was the coolest time of day, it would be more than 30C at that hour on Saturday for much of inland southeast Australia.'


 

Dicky Ticker

War Hero
We had 30 degrees this morning at 7, my dog was miffed when I refused to take him a walk but he would have been a runny puddle before he got to the corner of the street.

Reading the news this morning somewhere in QLD had a measured rainfall yesterday of over 500mm, I thought that was a misprint until I checked the weather bureau webiste....
 
We had 30 degrees this morning at 7, my dog was miffed when I refused to take him a walk but he would have been a runny puddle before he got to the corner of the street.

Reading the news this morning somewhere in QLD had a measured rainfall yesterday of over 500mm, I thought that was a misprint until I checked the weather bureau webiste....
Yup.

 
My garden looks like the above pic at the moment due to the failed battle against the ants from the park across the road.
In The Naked Jungle they dug a moat around their house and compound to prevent the ants getting to them.The ants then used sticks to float across the moat.
It may provide some other tips for you.
 
Is that the one where some bloke showed a photo of a shark swimming up his street?
No, and as for the alleged photo of the Noah, I suspect the 'street' was probably a canal.
 
Who's been stuffing around with the weather controls???

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LE
Kit Reviewer
It's Climate Change according to St. Greta, it's your fault and the only solution is extreme socialism
You do realise that "climate change" isn't really about the change in slope of mean temperatures?

It's much more about the volatiiity about the mean......but the mean stays the same. So, while the mean very slowly creeps up, the extreme events create demonstrable kurtosis. Thereby, outlying weather events become more common.......as ALL the evidence shows.
 
Nice and cool
Tell me about it. Had my first decent nights sleep last night since last week sometime. No aircon and can't leave the windows open due to the bushfire smoke and rain (wtf?). I was getting a bit irritable to say the least.
 

udipur

LE
Book Reviewer
You do realise that "climate change" isn't really about the change in slope of mean temperatures?

It's much more about the volatiiity about the mean......but the mean stays the same. So, while the mean very slowly creeps up, the extreme events create demonstrable kurtosis. Thereby, outlying weather events become more common.......as ALL the evidence shows.
Ahem

Climate change is real

The causes are not supported by all the evidence at all


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LE
Kit Reviewer
You do realise that "climate change" isn't really about the change in slope of mean temperatures?

It's much more about the volatiiity about the mean......but the mean stays the same. So, while the mean very slowly creeps up, the extreme events create demonstrable kurtosis. Thereby, outlying weather events become more common.......as ALL the evidence shows.
How dare you !
HOW DARE YOU !

It's all YOUR fault and now you have to pay.



01 x Nobel Peace Prize thanks.
Cheers easy !
 

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