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Saturday 21st November 2020 – Season 14 – Series 10

Here’s wishing my Guest Stars a brilliant Saturday!!!!!

Hope you enjoy your music.

If you are not familiar with the blogs of Jeanne of a Jeanne in the Kitchen or Cheryl of The Bag Lady please do take the time to pop over and say Hello.

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80’s/90’s Classic Rock Rock n’ Roll 50s 60s

My Beautiful Day – Saturday Choice

What are 18 of the best Marvel Films in your opinion?

Let me know below your top five choices.
Didja Kno DirectorySeries 2 – Episode 1
Didja Kno – that with a world population of 7.8 billion people and an expectation for this figure to rise to 9.9 billion by 2050 – that if the conditions were met correctly – well they could all fit into one city!

I Jest You Not!!

Standing shoulder-to-shoulder, the entire world’s population could fit within the 500 square miles (1,300 square kilometers) of Los Angeles.
Didja Kno – that the first orange oranges were actually green and not actually orange orange??

I Jest You Not!!

The original oranges from Southeast Asia were a tangerine-pomelo hybrid, and they were actually green. In fact, oranges in warmer regions like Vietnam and Thailand still stay green through maturity. For more interesting facts, find out which “orange” came first: the color or the fruit.
Didja Kno – That the crossed mating of a grizzly bear and a polar bear would produce a pizzly bear??

I Jest You Not!!

A grizzly–polar bear hybrid (also named grolar bear, polar grizz, polizzle, pizzly bear, grizzlar or nanulak) is a rare ursid hybrid that has occurred both in captivity and in the wild.

Didja Kno That

Catch you next time, thanks for reading!

Welcome to Season 14 – Series 10 of The Hello

Thanks for joining me here and remember to have a thoroughly great day folks!!

48 thoughts on “The Hello

  1. Very cool info, JB! I’m gonna be looking for a picture of a pizzly bear! I bet they’re cute & mean!🐻
    I knew LA was huge… I don’t go there
    often. Last time I got lost. I found myself, but it wasn’t fun.

    Happy SaturnDay to you! Did you know that on December 21st Saturn will conjunct Jupiter at 1° … that the closest they’ve been since 1623!😲 and Winter Solstice is the next night!

    Catch ya on the Sunny Side!💃🏼🎶 excellent tunes BTW


    1. Hey Grandma, l have to admit to saying l did not know that, but that’s the beauty of the learning curve, we never stop learning 🙂

      You did well to find yourself – but then, that’s why your zen is still intact 🙂

      Catch you on the other side to Saturday 🙂

  2. I though LA was crowded enough! I heard the world’s population could fit on the Isle of Wight, but then I suppose not many people would know how big the Isle of Wight was….Certainly you wouldn’t find a Pizzly Bear there…
    Great Music, you know the old stuff is my favourite. 🙂

    1. Morning Mr K how are you doing? Anything exciting planned for today or tomorrow?

      Wow, the IOW? That wouldn’t be a bad use for it in truth – l enjoyed my time there but it was so Greek siesta every day haha it got tiresome at times so placing the world’s pop in there would be great.

      I know right, a Pizzly bear like seriously 🙂

    2. Hey 🙂

      Look what l found …

      ‘You can fit the entire population of the world on the Isle of Wight’
      It’s become an accepted truth that you could fit the entire population of the world, shoulder-to-shoulder, on the Isle of Wight. But is it true?

      The Isle of Wight is 380m square metres, so how many people could fit there? Well, you wouldn’t get much room for personal space – and that’s leaving aside the logistics and health implications of moving everyone on the planet to one place. But if we assume an average space of 0.5 square metres each – and that children take up half as much space as adults – then it could go like this:

      There are 5.2 billion adults and 1.9 billion children in the world. The adults would take up 2.6bn square metres – and the children 475m square metres. And that doesn’t take account of people who are obese, or starving. Together, that is just over 3bn square metres.

      So, while you could get all the children of the world on to the Isle of Man (which is 570m square metres), for the entire population you need to go a little bigger. Like, say, South Georgia in the southern Atlantic Ocean. At 3.7bn square metres, we might even have a little room to spare.

      10 popular myths debunked
      Wed 24 Apr 2013 19.00 BST

      My alarm is that this article was written only in 2013 so 7 years ago and from 7.1 billion we have now risen to 7.8 billion?

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