moths @ olympics

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Subject: moths @ olympics
From: "lorna bloom" <>
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2000 10:44:41 +1000
Yes Paul, you are quite right there does seem to be a serious moth problem
at Homebush and I'm surprised that no one seems to have picked up on it.  I
was there yesterday watching the athletics and my granddaughter insisted
that all the moths in Australia were intent on attacking her until I told
her to look through the binoculars at the athletes, who were surrounded by
them.  This was in the morning so can only imagine it to be that much worse
at night with all the lights on.  Does anyone know if they are bogons?
Lorna Bloom

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