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    Cái nước đó nhỏ xíu à. Đi dăm phút đã về chốn cũ còn đòi tính tiền để xuống để lên? (Xin cảm ơn thành phố có xe.)

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    Gia đình nhỏ có cái khó của gia đình nhỏ, xã hội bự có cái tệ của nhiều người.
    Quan trọng là cái tinh thần tự "vác", chớ không phải tự cắt, đụng đâu cắt đó.




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    Đào hoa y cựu tuyết Đông kinh...


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    Coi chóng mặt thấy bà.
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    Trên trời tuyết rớt như bông
    Ở dưới cánh đồng hoa nở như... bông
    (Hoa dao)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Coi chóng mặt thấy bà.
    Giờ ngọ hay là giờ tý?

    Photos show deserted lockdown locations at high noon
    https://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures...eporting-story



    Vắng như chùa Bà Lanh (Berlin).

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    Giờ tý:

    'Dancing' mice spotted on quiet Tube platform
    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-52216...-tube-platform

    Vắng chủ nhà chuột mọc đuôi tôm.


    Giờ mùi:
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    My dream job... Chablis, c'est fini!

    Crisis in Chablis: wine hit by frost, drought and now coronavirus
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    With bars, restaurants and brasseries closed in France and the UK – his biggest market – because of the lockdown, Burgundy winemakers are facing another bad year. The pallets in Bordet’s warehouse are stacked up and marked for delivery to the UK, but new orders have dried up.

    “We’re still working and paying staff but at the same time we’re selling nothing,” Bordet says. “Not knowing if and when sales will pick up is psychologically very difficult.”

    This is the historical site of the birth of chablis. The soil, rich from the Kimmeridgian (late Jurassic) period 80m years ago, is made of white clay, limestone and fossilised oysters from a time the area was sea, giving chablis – 100% made from chardonnay grapes – its unique flavour.

    Chablis is classified under four Appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC) designations, the system of French certification: grand cru and premier cru at the top, followed by chablis and petit chablis.

    Bordet, who produces six different chablis from his vineyards, including a grand cru and two premiers crus, has spent the last few nights soaking his vines with cold water to protect them from the frost.


    The water produces heat as it freezes over the sprouting leaves and keeps them at zero so that they are not damaged by the frost, he explains. “It’s hard work, but we have to keep going. Nature isn’t stopped by the coronavirus.


    “We can hope there will be a big party when the lockdown is over and business will pick up. Right now we can do nothing except look after our vines.”


    The grower’s Domaine Séguinot Bordet label sells 6-7m bottles of chablis to the UK each year – roughly a third of its sales. This year, the salons and tastings that produce orders have all been cancelled, as well as an important dégustation next month in London hosted by 40 chablis winemakers.


    The entrance to the village of Chablis, on the shortlist for this year’s prettiest place in France title, is marked by a large sculpture of a hand holding a bunch of unnaturally golden grapes.


    Through the village, the road to Maligny is a gently rolling landscape dotted with parallel lines of stumpy vines where frowning, weathered vignerons are inspecting plants for growth and damage, ploughing out weeds and repairing trellises.


    Chablis winemakers now struggle to find workers, he said. “We need around 300-400 people, but youngsters nowadays don’t want to do this kind of work. It is hard, you are outside in all weather, rain, cold and shine. But at least you’re out in the country, in nature.


    “In France we have scorned manual jobs for too long, but doing a job like this doesn’t mean you’re not intelligent.”


    He says, however, that with “Brexit, Donald Trump’s threat to impose a 25% import tax on French wine and now the virus … we will suffer”.


    Bichot added: “Some of the big UK supermarkets are still ordering wine, but with all the restaurants, hotels and bars closed, the orders are drying up.


    “There are worrying times ahead. But we Bordelais are lucky in that we can keep our spirits up looking after the vines in the hope that everything will one day return to normal. At least we are outside, not cooped up in a small apartment or producing something that will rot if not sold.”


    For the winemakers, however, even hard work brings no guarantees, says Bordet. “Nothing is certain; as we have seen in recent years, sometimes it’s too hot, sometimes too cold, or there’s too much rain or too little rain, or frost and hail … But we’re optimists. We have to be.”
    Rượu không ra thì lời không vào.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
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    'Dancing' mice spotted on quiet Tube platform
    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-52216...-tube-platform

    Vắng chủ nhà chuột mọc đuôi tôm.


    Giờ mùi:
    Mountain Goats Invade Llandudno Town in Wales



    Giờ hợi:

    In some countries it's not unusual to see boars roaming around in public.

    The Spanish city of Barcelona is another place where they've been spotted
    over the past few years, but now that there's even fewer people around, the boars
    are making the most of their freedom.




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