The conveyor belt transports phosphate ore from a mining operation in Bou Craa in Western Sahara to the harbor town of Marsa near El Aaiún.
“Rah Rah Sis-Boom Bah! Ten-to-one that that team crumbles!
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself, or lots of fumbles!”
Is it a good thing FDR wasn’t diagnosed w/polio in his cheerleading days? (I thought “The Snowy Day” was published in the 1960s, 70s or 80s.)
I love The Snowy Day. I had it when I was a child and read it a great deal.
Was any President a more accomplished football player than Leslie King, aka Gerald Ford?
I know it’s a different Keats that is featured here but it reminded of an item in one of Spike Milligan’s war memoirs. In it a sergeant says, “tonight the major is going to give you a talk about Keats. I don’t suppose any of you higgerent bast—ds knows what a Keat is”. Made me laugh. Plenty of other examples if anyone wants to read them. Books all still available in shops and on Kindle.
Checked out more than 10 times/day?… typical socialist, I mean Democratic, manipulation of the facts by NYC government.
Big deal. Anything’s bigger than a dime is visible from space.
So what does that belt convey?
More on the conveyor belt here…https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/35524/bou-craa-western-sahara
OK – - but you can also see my mailbox from space – -
Of the presidents listed, I like everyone except Roosevelt.
One time I saw a conveyor belt system that was 62 miles long.
One time I saw a library book get checked out 485,584 times.
Take care and may God bless.
Yep. Once upon a time there were guys on the high school cheerleading squads. I don’t know when that stopped.
Like the Great Wall of China, when they say any man-made object “can be seen from space”, they’re either full of $#!% or using a very low-orbit definition of “space”. For example, you can barely make out the conveyor belt at https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-8.6427783,1612503m/data=1e3 but if you zoom out any further it just blends in with the sand, as would be expected of something that’s only a couple feet wide.
Several things are claimed to be visible from space, but are not. Unless the conveyor belt is incredibly wide, it cannot be seen.
“Can be seen from space” is not a good reference. That could be anywhere from about 65 miles to infinity.
Let’s see them wave those pom-poms.
So who’s heading down to the Library to read The Snowy Day? lol
Now, with that information try not to picture them in cheerleader skirts…
The Roads must ROLL!