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First View of the Red Dirt Planet

First View of the Red Dirt Planet

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  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 May 2012, 07:36
Something's gonna happen Larry - I just know it!
Larry Bliss: There is an air of expectancy, isn't there?
You will have to come see the real red dirt planer that is PEI some day.
Larry Bliss: That would be a fun experience, what with all those cats... smile
Damn - somebody beat us to it!
Larry Bliss: I had a head start since I live near this photo site. smile
That's not red dirt!! Devon has red dirt!
Larry Bliss: Please send a sample as proof of this... smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 2 May 2012, 10:03
Watch it Larry, there is work in the offing here.
Larry Bliss: You know it! That's why I left soon after...
I sincerely expect Martians not to have journalists.
Larry Bliss: That's impossible to imagine... smile
Hello, Larry. Good dialogue with Andrew and his rake. Y buen título!.

Paz y salud.
Larry Bliss: Peace and health to you, too. May I recommend a vacation spot....?
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 2 May 2012, 17:17
LOL at all the comments. Some of us (like those of us from Atlanta) really know red dirt...except we call it clay!
Larry Bliss: "Clay" has always seemed too fancy a word for dirt.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 May 2012, 20:10
hahaahha! Looks like the exploration vehicle has dropped off some reinforcing bars and instructions in English smile
Larry Bliss: It is not following orders properly.
i like the contrast of the rebar against the earth Larry... but PEI has much redder claysmile....petersmile
Larry Bliss: Please fax me a sample so I can see for myself...
Yes, Larry, gracias.

Larry Bliss: You're welcome!

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