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    Back Again, Help Needed

    Hi All I am back in the land of the working after a great holiday.....rode on an elephant!!! Was an amazingly, fantastically, wonderful life changing most incredible experience! I want one............a baby elephant that is..........

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    But onto the serious stuff, I urgently need help with a graphic that I want done...anybody willing to do this today still?
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    What sort of graphic are you looking for, Debbie?
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Hi Dave

    Thanks, managed to come right! Sorry I see this went onto the wrong board!
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    Cool! But let us know how you got the job done (now that you piqued my curiosity).

    Just the sort of stuff that might be useful to know one day.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Dave I made my teenager work for his pocket money! Please give lots of feedback!

    Here it is!
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    Debbie - just as a matter of curiosity - where did you go elephant riding?

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    Feedback = great message!

    Sometimes you've got to be so hard on what seems like petty stuff mainly because you just know the next one in the queue is about to abuse your small "concession."
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Great graphic Debbiedle!

    I enjoyed it allot! Sending the link to all my friends as we speak, great job!

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    Hi Eugene, your guess is as good as mine!

    It was in the depth of Limpopo Province at a place called ESAF, our contact was a guy called Rory. Very primitive at this stage. Needless to say I got horribly lost en route to the elephants, was in a foul mood just before arriving there and immediately realised how extremely privileged I am to have these huge creatures allow me into their space!

    They are so clever! Miliswa, the one I rode was able to :

    Demonstrate within a few seconds that they are able to return the correct sweater to the correct person based on smell. They are able to identify humans by name within a minute or 2. They can obey up to 80 voice commands. They love it when you tickle their tongue. They do anything for food! Their eyes are so WISE! They feel vibrations through the soles of their feet for kilometers on end. They show their emotions and intentions through the temporal lobe and apparently he can run at about 65km per hour! They are also only fully grown at about 40 years of age! An absolute experience indeed!

    Thanks everyone for the feedback on the cartoon....it is one of 10 that I want to put out before the end of the year.
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