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    Originally Posted by ElatedOwl Go to original post
    Additionally, there's an alstonia street in Nightcliffe (also in NT) where it's forecasted to rain all week, might have something to do with it.
    That's a shame, I was almost hoping there'd be No Rain.
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    Originally Posted by ghmorello Go to original post
    Sigh, are you going to just throw out random guess without any evidence?
    The first species of alstonia on wiki grows in New Guinea n Australia they were the most popular Australian band.
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    Originally Posted by DanAmrich Go to original post

    Is the fact that the tree is white and gold a clue?
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  4. #34
    Originally Posted by stevexc Go to original post
    That's a shame, I was almost hoping there'd be No Rain.
    No Rain by Blind Melon is already available as dlc.
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  5. #35
    If WHERE the tree in the photo from is actually the clue, it comes from Kakadu National Park as discovered ElatedOwl. It is located in the Northern Territory of Australia, whose only connection to music I can think of is the link to the band Midnight Oil who want the land returned to the aboriginal people. What does that all mean? Probably nothing because I cannot fathom in a million years Midnight Oil would be DLC. Is there any other connection to this part of Australia?
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    Originally Posted by cmat44 Go to original post
    Is the fact that the tree is white and gold a clue?
    Wrong, it's obviously blue and black.
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    Photo taken in Kakadu National Park..."how's the weather" leads to this:

    http://www.parksaustralia.gov.au/kak...e/seasons.html

    FWIW, it's Monsoon Season right now in this area.

    EDIT: Also known as "Gudjewg", or "the sixth season".
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  8. #38
    Originally Posted by ghmorello Go to original post
    Wrong, it's obviously blue and black.
    @#$%^! I was not fast enough to do that first.
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  9. #39
    Originally Posted by ghmorello Go to original post
    Wrong, it's obviously blue and black.
    Watch out that might be too close to M****Y B****S as a guess for some people.
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    Well, one of the seasons in Kakadu is known as banggarreng, which means Knock em Down Storm season. Banggarreng as in Hook? Hook as in Blues Traveler?
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