Topmast

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    Portland now, San Diego before
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    Water!

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  1. Topmast

    "National Cleavage Day"

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    "National Cleavage Day"

    Defy gravity..
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    "National Cleavage Day"

    3D coming at you!
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    Sunset pictures

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    Curly leaf disease fix

    Could be mites, use a soap/oil type spray before the buds pop. Keep spraying the leaves under sides as the blooms and leaves emerge. Has worked for me on mites, if is something else, might not work as well. Soap/oil is not as harsh as a chemical insecticide.
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    Moovie Review Threade

    For some reason I saw Aquaman.. How many different movies was that?? So dis-jointed, a mess. I know it is just a stupid comic movie, but wow it was bad.
  7. If you do the Expat thing you have to show income to get the visa for long term. You can only stay for, I think, 3 months as a tourist, but cant extend. If you are going to live full time you will need to get the visa like an expat. If you earn money there you will have to pay taxes, if the income is retirement, I am not sure. You will need to check. Most Greeks only make about 1,000 euros a month, so a yearly salary is less than the amount that puts them in a high tax bracket. I worked for a US company and was paid in the US, but since the work was done in Greece and I was there for longer than 180 days, I had to pay taxes of 40%. I am not sure of the tax on less than 15K, you would need to check. I loved living in Greece and would move there. I have a EU passport and a US passport, if you have an EU passport, the visa issue doesn't really apply. But check the the tax issue.