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jeff_msn123 on November 21, 2010

You has stored your test tube babies in your freezer before murder those storks? Interesting move.

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 22, 2010

They were all Cocks No Hens, we are very polite to Ladies :) Cheers scally.

jeff_msn123 on November 22, 2010

Scally

You have eggs in your freezer. How can you sure that all of them are cocks? :)

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 22, 2010

You know you do not keep bird's eggs in freezer! you bury them for a 100 years in a pile of manure.Cheers scally.

Changhong Chen on November 23, 2010

Nice shot! Greeting from China! Please have a look at my contest if you have not!

jeff_msn123 on November 23, 2010

After invention of freezer, eggs are store in it. Scally

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 23, 2010

Only the Chinese can freeze eggs??? have you voted for Chen, (above) is he one of your Pals? cheers scally.

Yuriy Rudyy on November 23, 2010

Hi, Scally! Very nice shot. L! I was in the Glasgow in 2001. I lived in a hotel next to the Center, which is visible on your photos. Greetings from Russia, Yuriy

Harry Taggart on November 23, 2010

Thanks for the nice comment and Like. Yuriy, The hotel is now called the Crowne Plaza used to be used a lot by commercial air crew,, best regards to Russia, cheers scally.

jeff_msn123 on November 23, 2010

Do you know how does the English, Robert Edwards, store the eggs and sperms before fertilization?

It is my first time to meet Chen.

Cheers, Jeff

S@sy on November 24, 2010

Very nice photo! .. L.. Alex

Harry Taggart on November 24, 2010

You are now talking about Mammal eggs that never leave the Parent and birth from the animal's womb, while the eggs we were discussing where Avian and left to develop outside the Parent? Have the Chinese also developed a method of preserving Tomatoes by Freezing? Cheers scally.

Harry Taggart on November 24, 2010

Many thanks for your nice comment and Like Alex. best regards scally.

jeff_msn123 on November 24, 2010

Scally

The freezer manufacturer has designed some area in the door to place eggs. Tomatoes are not popular in the past. Because of little demand, no one think of its preserving method.

Cheers, Jeff

Cheers, Jeff

varkos on November 24, 2010

Wonderful photo! L 71

dziwnowik on November 25, 2010

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ✰✰✰✰ YS ✰✰✰✰ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Changhong Chen on November 25, 2010

Nice shot! Best regards from Beijing, China! Please have a look at my contest also if you have not!

Harry Taggart on November 25, 2010

That is in the refrigerator not the Freezer!!!! and eggs only have a safe date of about 3 weeks regardless where of how stored, When you can buy massed of tomatoes in season for almost no cost, but they are unobtainable of season no matter how much you would be prepared to pay for them, Should give you some Idea how profitable it would be to have some method of preserving them? cheers scally.

Harry Taggart on November 25, 2010

Many thanks for the YS Peter, very much appreciated, best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on November 25, 2010

Best regards Chen.:)

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