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All aspects of the phenomenon described are adequately explained by ball ligtning.
No sure what you are referring to is clear.
The original article is sourced by a company specifically set up to sensationalize extraterrestrials and several proponents of the same and it references three different events without providing much information about any of them.
I thought that video was a joke, only in that it was such a mundane sighting. I've seen better with my own eyes with my father who worked for the DIA who were in charge of investigating and deliberately debunking reports even when they knew they were legitimate. Now, with your questioning it, I realize that Disclosure really is necessary. The whole thing goes a whole lot deeper than this. One of my former workmates said that a soldier in the Pentagon told him that he once saw a saucer in a hanger. I would suggest you do a little reading and open your eyes a bit.
In the vein of smoked salmon, kind of now a tradition in the UK, I make Danish Smorrebrod, open sandwiches of different kinds of preserved fish; Smoked salmon, picked herrings, philly cheese, fish eggs, fish smorrebrod - Google Search[^] They are damn tasty!
I am not sure if this might be super traditional
I think it depends on when you start the feast, my family always used the evening for that and set up food for the whole village (though we didn't invite everyone, but grandmas... we know them). Mostly it was like a 4 course meal with appetizers, starter (most times soup), several meats and all sorts of potatos, noodles and vegtables and so, finally desert and later on probably cake and coffee (I will not go through the bevarages though )
And since i am not a big breakfaster that is sufficent for me, but i guess that a morning feast would include lots of sausages, cheese, bread, pretzels and marmelade. Probably i would also include a classic "Schlachtplatte" in that to make it even more lavish
But then again, as in every country, we down in the south have a different style of food compared to the north. Probably those "nordys" would have more fish
I remember in the hotel in Germanty I used for three months how good the breakfast was, and discovered it is common in Germany. What I particularly liked were the pickled chillies and fish. (I was in Hesse)
But I like the idea of the 'slaughter plate' Very much like an English full fry up!
Yeah, for most of us breakfast is the most important thing. When im in a hotel or on weekends i normaly it a lot for breakfast. We have that saying "Have breakfast like an emperor, lunch like a king and dinner like a peasant".
What i also really love on breakfast, omelette with all sorts of stuff in it
pickled chillies and fish. (I was in Hesse)
Guess it wouldn't be so common down at my area but i usually am not in hotels around here But still it's good stuff!
I just saw this on the app store for the 1Password app and I'm so stunned that people are paying this much to manage their passwords using 1Password app. Wow! Really shocking. Supposedly millions of people use this app.