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Update: this cloud didn't come from China. It was a dust storm to do with unusual winds, apparently.
You don't sound like I remember. Time plays tricks.... On a different note, were you just wearing the mask because of the dust cloud or is that a usual thiing and if so, why? Often see people from the far East (if that's even a place) over her wearing those masks. :Last time I knew, SARS wasn't a risk still so I never know why masks are worn. Any insights?
I sound different? I suppose spending eight of the last ten years away from Sunderland has completely mangled my accent.The mask was just for the dust storm but a lot of people wear them to prevent transmission of colds, flu or to prevent themselves from inhaling pollen in the cedar pollen allergy season in Spring.I hope you are well.Marc
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