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***Picture of the Day*** 11/22/06 Edition

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Explanation: The Balinese rice terraces go back over 2,000 years when hard-working farmers with primitive hand tools began carving the stepped terraces out of steep hill sides. Generation after generation has extended and kept them in meticulous shape out of necessity -- rice is the staple food of the islanders.
 
 
 
**It makes you thinks what else goes on outside our borders, doesn't it?
 
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Nov 22, 2006


Vedesh wrote:
 
Explanation: The Balinese rice terraces go back over 2,000 years when hard-working farmers with primitive hand tools began carving the stepped terraces out of steep hill sides. Generation after generation has extended and kept them in meticulous shape out of necessity -- rice is the staple food of the islanders.
 
 
 
**It makes you thinks what else goes on outside our borders, doesn't it?
 


i wanna run up that!Smiley Happy
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Nov 22, 2006
Thats a cool pic imagine harvestign all that rice GAh
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Nov 22, 2006
Everyone's gotta make a living somehow, how exotic. Smiley Surprised
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Nov 22, 2006


Killzone_fan wrote:


Vedesh wrote:
 
Explanation: The Balinese rice terraces go back over 2,000 years when hard-working farmers with primitive hand tools began carving the stepped terraces out of steep hill sides. Generation after generation has extended and kept them in meticulous shape out of necessity -- rice is the staple food of the islanders.
 
 
 
**It makes you thinks what else goes on outside our borders, doesn't it?
 


i wanna run up that!Smiley Happy


i wanna bike down that

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Nov 22, 2006
I have a question, stupid or not:  do the mexicans grow rice?  Me and two other kids that sit at my lunch table got into an arguement about  it.  I said no, but they said yes.
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Nov 22, 2006
I'm glad I started taking the time to look at these POTD threads.  Once again, another breath taking picture.  Good find, good job, keep it up!
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Nov 22, 2006
looks like some map out of socom lol
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Nov 22, 2006
 I want to play on that.
Chuf it out.
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Nov 22, 2006


Im confused. wrote:
I have a question, stupid or not:  do the mexicans grow rice?  Me and two other kids that sit at my lunch table got into an arguement about  it.  I said no, but they said yes.


Co-sign^^^




how many great ps3 exclusive games out? 2: ninja gaiden, and Resistance: Fall of Man ?

oh wait like 2 more are coming.....thats alot of of exclusive games!
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