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04 May 2009

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Snail

LOL! I can't match the putrid puns or even be faeces-tious*. Was listening to a Melbourne guide being interviewed on the radio a while back. He was talking about dunny collectors. All was going well until he mentioned that the output of the city into buckets (over an unspecified time) would have filled the MCG. I hadn't heard of the MCG as a unit of volume before. Turns out that it can accommodate 1.7 million cubic metres of ... whatever. Sounds like a challenge to me.

* Trying too hard?

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