…”How English became English: ‘OMG’ was first used 100 years ago”…”Modern rail travel is a slow grinding nightmare”…”Royal Mint starts production of 12-sided pound coin”…
Cheers to ‘gobbledegook’ & ‘bafflegab’ & fun reads!
Tales of too many people and too little space.
Apparently, the new British pound coin rolling off the production line at 4,000 per minute now will go into circulation in March 2017 and is touted to be the most secure circulating coin anywhere in the world.
So there you have it in three words!
English! Rail! Coin!….just a few of the topics in today’s headlines that sing cheers to
a thriving Thursday that smiles–on track & on the move!
Make it a great day!
QUESTION OF THE DAY:
Q: Two coins add up to 30 cents, and one is not a nickel. What are they?
A: A quarter and a nickel.
The quarter isn’t a nickel. 🙂