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A Sunrise Adventure near Killarney!

This sunrise near Killarney, QLD, was truly amazing!

Video transcript:

A quick tip: If you want to check this area out, I suggest staying at Killarney View Cabins & Caravan Park. The cabins are new and sensational to stay in and the location is perfect for this mountain. A link to their website is with this video - http://killarneyview.com.au/

It’s Monday the 10th December, 2012 and on this day back in 1859 - Today is Proclamation Day, marking Queensland's official separation from New South Wales. 

The joke of the day: Groups of Americans were travelling by tour bus through 

Holland. As they stopped at a cheese farm, a young guide led them 

through the process of cheese making, explaining that goat's milk was 

used. She showed the group a lovely hillside where many goats were 

grazing. 'These' she explained, 'Are the older goats put out to pasture 

when they no longer produce.' She then asked, 'What do you do in 

America with your old goats?' A spry old gentleman answered, 'They send 

us on bus tours! 

In the news: News.com.au has reported in relation to hashtags - Some parents think they're ironic, cool or just a little bit fresh. 

Some parents just don't get it. 

Without presuming to know why they settled on the particular name Hashtag, we're going out on a limb to presume her parents are of the "just don't get it" parent group. 

The beautiful baby girl will forever live with a transient legacy of the Twitter generation, until such time as she can legally change her name to #SomethingNormal. 

"Hashtag Jameson was born at 10 oclock last nite," the Facebook post reads. 

"She weys 8pounds and I luv her so much." 

Hashtag Jameson now joins the honour roll of awks namesies which includes Facebook, Falcon, Thor, Sage Moonblood and Nicki Minaj. 

Did you know: Most people speak at a rate of 120 words per minute, or two words a second. The excitables among us, however, manage to splurt out between 160 and 195 words per minute. 

The random question of the day: If you knew exactly when and where a huge lightning bolt was going to hit, would you get as far away as possible or head for that location to take a look? 

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