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30 November 2003

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16:14:30
Goth-o-matic

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15:57:30
Eyeshot slideshow

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10:21:30
Commercial Closet

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10:19:30
More good pictures (not of the NE) (yes, Sarah, I am mining your website)

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09:41:30
Pitmatic

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09:34:30
Fabby photos of the NE (Ole check out the vampire rabbit - this is a better photo than the one I took that I was going to send you...)

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09:26:30
The Official yearbook of the UK - the perfect Xmas present!

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00:01:30
Was looking at a fantastic book on Japanese Design today. Can't remember the title though.

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00:01:30
Beyond Weird

29 November 2003

Thanks to Bob bob
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23:50:29
Ero-tech Industries - particularly strange and disturbing

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16:28:29
Pardon?

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15:50:29
Oops

28 November 2003

Thanks to Linda, Derek
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23:06:28
nclwireless has a nice picture of the High Level Bridge

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22:24:28
Lacuna Inc

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12:26:28
Odd

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11:21:28
The Brick Testament

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09:40:28
I've got some very interesting new Bifurcated Rivets material recently (and I really will put some pictures up one day!), but today I got a rivets tin from the Judson L. Thomson manufacturing company of Waltham Mass. "Thomson slotted Cinch Rivet - rivets in these boxes do not tarnish or rust from moisture or atmosphere, nor from perspiration as all others do when carried in the pocket" I may have to adopt that as a tag line!

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08:56:28
Vintage Chinese Posters

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08:55:28
The Blues Foundation

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08:54:28
Jazz World Database Online

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08:52:28
Eastman archtop guitars - lovely

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08:51:28
Jazzography

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08:45:28
Strange Alice Cooper interview

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08:44:28
Hmmm - when I was a student a) we couldn't afford the elctrical equipment, and b) rooms in halls of residence had 5amp sockets...

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08:37:28
More Groovechamber Flash - there's lots if you look and it's good

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08:35:28
Turtle Technology - strange flash

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08:32:28
Greatest Album Covers that never were - I've seen several sites recent doing this, but not this particular one.

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08:28:28
Strange PS2 advert

27 November 2003

Thanks to MS, Hanan
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23:30:27
American Homeopathy in the World War

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23:29:27
The Medical Front

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23:20:27
A Report on the Investigation of Magnesium Samples From a UFO Explosion Over the Sea in the Ubatuba Region of Brazil

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21:57:27
The same essay refers to the Sega Satan!

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21:50:27
I'm marking student essays at the moment and someone has just made mention of the Saga Megadrive - clearly the console for the over-50s!

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18:52:27
It seems to be the done thing to have lists on weblogs these day and as you know I am never one to buck a trend (or something). It's tough to come up with something it isn't yawnsome though. I finally settled on "recording sessions I wish I had been at" - so here are some of my first few : Robert Johnson's of course, Flatt & Scruggs recording Foggy Mountain Banjo, any of the Bob Wills' Tifanny sessions (you can tell they are enjoying themselves!), and then it starts to get hard. How about Blind Blake recording West Coast Blues? Louis Armstrong Hot Five sessions? And I haven't reached 1950 yet, and I've missed most of Jazz! I can't even begin to work on slightly more recent things - Grateful Dead recording American Beauty? Troutmask Replica sessions? Suggestions? (Oh, and I am not really that bothered by Beatles, Stones or Dylan sessions)

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13:07:27
Lego cube solver (I'd heard about this but not seen the page)

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07:34:27
New Hoogerbrugge - and it is particularly good. (Try The quick brown fox...)

26 November 2003

Thanks to Ole, George, Linda, JPO'K, Johnny O.
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23:07:26
The Picture of Everything

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23:04:26
Weird Inventions

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23:03:26
I really ought to go to bed

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23:03:26
Wow

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22:57:26
Jack the Ripper (Official Press Room) (some links off this page may offend)

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22:56:26
JWLFFF Number 9 (see previous)

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22:50:26
Rob Pongi - Japanese Women looking for foreign friends

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22:42:26
Virtual Color Museum - is this an old one? Looks familiar and not at the same time. Too good not to repeat though if it is.

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22:32:26
I went looking for some of those "supersize towels". Ha! 40x70 - that isn't big enough Not even close. 70x70 I might consider.

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22:30:26
The Bob Larson Fun Page

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22:20:26
Mr Picassohead

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19:57:26
Hmmmmm

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19:53:26
For meat heads - History of the Impala

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19:51:26
For the petrolheads - History of the Impala

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19:49:26
Bodypunks - body jewellery and stuff

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19:45:26
Summer Tans

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19:44:26
Kikkoman

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17:13:26
TODCO Magnicoat™ Rivets "The ugly problem of rust-stained doors has been around since the very first doors with steel rivets hit the road." I know how they feel

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16:53:26
Lightning Photos

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16:52:26
Severe Weather Centre - loads of good stuff here.

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13:02:26
Time Tales - found photos

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13:01:26
Neon Boneyard (another gmtPlus9 styley site....)

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12:59:26
Now that's a chain saw

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12:59:26
The Invisible Library

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12:57:26
Bidet History

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12:50:26
Swivel-eyed, befoamed-mouth page about RFID tags (not that I am in favour of them myself), you should also read about the "amazing JACINTA 1972 picture". I defy anyone to find a date that is not included in this photo somewhere/somehow. What is rather odd about this site is that it appears to be Roman Catholic rather than Evangelical.

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12:46:26
SUV Humour (well sort of)

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09:16:26
Good Pepsi advert

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09:10:26
Word oddities (stolen from the W&B mailshot....)

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09:09:26
New Weebl and Bob

25 November 2003

Thanks to Ole
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22:44:25
I just got to thinking about Jo-Anne Kelly - I only saw her once before she died. She was superb and I can't find a web page dedicated to her, just lots of mentions. A wonderful blues singer.

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22:01:25
Did you know that Burnley Miners' Club sells more Benedictine than anywhere else in Britain? You do now.

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22:00:25
Firststopcafe

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21:55:25
Atomicdildo

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21:40:25
Pink Steel - Gay Heavy Metal

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21:32:25
I want a Stick. I want one NOW!!!!! (Watch the videos)

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20:55:25
Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow

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20:18:25
Cuss Control Academy - more $!@*$%* idiots.

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20:14:25
The Angus Index "tools for procrastination", oh, how I wish I had thought of that!

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17:04:25
Supersize Towels would be nice (ever tried to buy a really big towel?), but bathroom scales that go up to 1000lbs? Good grief. Perhaps this may act as an impulse to metricate the USA: weights sound less in kilograms!

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16:58:25
Too much good stuff at Snarkymalarkey for me to steal - go yourself and look at it. This one for the Daily Dozen I think.

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13:44:25
I am getting entirely sick of people wondering "what will happen in LOTR III" - read the !*&%?$!* book, idiots.

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11:55:25
Blair on the Simpsons

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11:37:25
Black and White magazine

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08:33:25
Britain at 6am

24 November 2003

Thanks to JC, Linda, George
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22:24:24
Easy Virus Creator

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22:21:24
Magic Shadow

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22:15:24
Tai Chi Masters - excellent

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22:11:24
Search Engine decoder

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22:09:24
Album cover finder - superb

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22:08:24
The Oscar Wilde Collection

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16:25:24
Santa Speedo run

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15:37:24
The Vivometrics Lifeshirt

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15:37:24
Vivometrics

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15:16:24
Stanislaw Lem

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14:55:24
The Figure Drawing lab

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14:20:24
Humane trophies

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14:19:24
Transit of Venus

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14:18:24
Spammer Hunters

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14:17:24
MJ age projection - this one is different from others that I have seen.

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14:05:24
Daily Internet Activities (in USA)

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12:23:24
Naked News - very odd indeed and wonderfully coy.

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09:49:24
World telephone numbering guide

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09:13:24
Synthesised singers

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09:08:24
Anti-Bose pages (from 1996!)

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08:56:24
GOPUSA "Bringing the conservative message to America" It reads like something written by Kim Il Jong : "This certainly belies the vapid smears of the propagandistic BBC and its chief ally, the hardcore socialist movement, which have caricatured Bush as some kind of dopey, gung-ho Texan cowboy."

23 November 2003

Thanks to Linda, Karl, Len
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21:17:23
Roycrofters - followers of Elbert Hubbard (who was killed on the Lusitania)

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15:16:23
Breakout 404

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10:24:23
The Jazz Mandolin Project - sounds good to me, I wonder if they are though?

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10:08:23
Cow Magnets (Lots of other good magnet stuff here too)

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10:04:23
Subversive cross stitch

22 November 2003

Thanks to MFP, Susan
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23:28:22
Empire stores are selling Segways - good grief. Doesn't sound like their thing at all.

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23:23:22
I didn't know that Clive Sinclair was planning a C6 - God help us all.

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22:54:22
Strange phishing email purporting to be from Russians who can't use Paypal and who can only be contacted via ICQ, who want people with Paypal accounts to pay stuff for them. I can't imagine how people fall for this kind of thing, but of course we all have our blind spots.

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22:52:22
Just watched Luc Besson's Taxi - excellent. Great car chase and a nice finish.

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21:14:22
La collection à tous les vents

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20:52:22
Wicked Tinkers bagpipes, didgeridoos and bad mullets!!!

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20:25:22
The Fanlistings

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20:23:22
I just came across a whole lot of "Fanlistings" (here's a list of some) - this seems like a rather odd phenomenon that I haven't noticed before. I haven't yet worked out what it is all in aid of.

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20:11:22
Hermetic Order of the Morning Star "foremost guardians of the western mystery tradition"

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20:08:22
The History of Watches and Clocks

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20:08:22
The Household Cyclopedia of General Information

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20:06:22
The Effect of Ray I on Humanity Today

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19:43:22
Elbert Hubbard - The sage of East Aurora

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16:55:22
Drag Queen Traffic mishap

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16:49:22
Deathclock

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09:19:22
My Laptop (Via Mr Barret)

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08:41:22
The Shrubbery - humour, satire,comedy, inactivity....

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08:38:22
The Chronicles of the Bizarre

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08:33:22
Radio 8Ball - this is fun

21 November 2003

Thanks to Len, Andy, George
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22:35:21
Finally got round to watching Spirited Away (thanks Andy) - very good

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22:31:21
Cooking with Bigfoot episode 1

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19:09:21
Odd flash

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19:04:21
Miss Digital World

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18:27:21
Logos (that's logoss not lohgohs)

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16:41:21
Here's a more detailed map. BTW I don't know if No. 235 still exists but a photo of the space where it was would be fine too.

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16:37:21
If you happen to be in London EC4 this weekend and have a digital camera, could you do me a favour? Go here, and take a photograph of No. 235 and send it to me.

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15:44:21
Ouija

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13:10:21
Weebl and Bob TV ads

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12:12:21
UneedP

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08:50:21
Hmm, Cupid's clock works in IE - timers for various stars' (Some I had never heard of) relationships.

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08:45:21
22,000,00 people with absolutely no taste!!!

20 November 2003

Thanks to Jose, bob bob, JC
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23:16:20
Full Moon Atlas

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23:16:20
Cupid's Clock (I can't get it to work)

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23:12:20
Hold the button

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21:47:20
A Cat in the Hat Movie?? The word has been heard, from the town of the spires, it was brought by a bird, and is concerned with Mike Myers......

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21:41:20
The Matthew Smith Registry (I showed a history of computer games in my social impact lecture today and Mathew Smith, author of Manic Miner, is interviewed in it. His completely out the box demeanour caused a great deal of hilarity. This is not him)

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21:41:20
Of course, I meant Matthew nor Mathew. Sorry.

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21:28:20
Woo, hoo, the new nightly of Camino renders El Reg again. About time too.

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21:27:20
Comfort Stand Records

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21:01:20
Jane Covington's Cloud Nine Dolls

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20:36:20
5ives

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20:27:20
Irish Roadside memorials

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20:20:20
I've had two red aurora alerts e-mailed tonight, so I suppose it might be worth staying up till midnight to see if anything happens. It'll be cloudy of course and I'm knackered.

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20:19:20
Why haven't I come across Questia before? Or is it just my failing memory?

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20:17:20
Interdimensional House of Pancakes Apropos of nothing, people are always very rude about IHOP, in fact I've had perfectly acceptable meals in them and the staff were always much nicer than many other places. Gormet food it isn't, but it certainly sells pancakes. (mmmm, pancakes - 85% flour, free range eggs, organic demerara sugar, organic lemons Has anyone lese noticed how hard it is to get 85% flour these days? I had to by 6Kg!!!)

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20:13:20
Spitting-Image - not the show, but a new name for an old favourite.

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18:23:20
I'm listening to Mojo Radio from the makers of Mojo magazine. It is clearly very carefully targeted as I've liked everything they've played so far. All old stuff of course, for old buffers who recognise the songs, know the words, but can't remember the names of the artistes. (I was listening to Parchman Farm on "John Mayall with Eric Clapton" the other night and found that I still knew the suck/blow/bend pattern of the whole harmonica part from beginning to end. *sigh*)

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13:43:20
Ah, I feel better (see yesterday) now that I find that GMTplus9 has only now caught up with Patsy Montana - which does not in anyway diminish the wonderfulness of either of course!

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13:41:20
Streetfriends? I got spammed by these people. It does look awfully like a way of harvesting peoples addresses doesn't it?

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13:19:20
Calls to the police

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13:18:20
Bodie online

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08:38:20
Great photo

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08:31:20
Capela de S. Simão

19 November 2003

Thanks to Len, Ole, Gavin, Mr BR61
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20:59:19
You can't imagine how like a proper weblogger it felt to post the link to that page of B&W photographs! Real GMTplus9 stuff that.

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20:57:19
German Dental Window - what?

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20:54:19
Miss Vera's Finishing School For Boys Who Want To Be Girls

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20:45:19
A Journey Through Bodie Ghost Town

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20:39:19
Rate my fish

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20:33:19
Cheap Babies

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15:10:19
Aliens and Children "This website features a series of drawings made by children who were abducted by aliens for the alien purpose of creating a new race of alien/human hybrids" Dig the hat!!!!!!

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14:04:19
Patron saints of haemorrhoids : St. Goncalo and St. Fiacre (and I tell you this because it is interesting not because I think there is something inherently funny about piles!)

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10:06:19
Interactive Information Visualization of a Million Items

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07:47:19
Sky High

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06:50:19
Good Morning World - I'll stick with cu.rn and p.enis spam thanks.

18 November 2003

Thanks to Linda, bOb bOb
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21:08:18
Listening to Eric Bibb

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20:06:18
Mr Nice dances (that's Spanish Flea by Herb Alpert and his Tijuana brass, Bob)

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19:09:18
500 songs that shaped rock, otherwise known as 500 things that we could argue for hours about.

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16:06:18
The Burning Times

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08:50:18
Enormicom

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08:34:18
News Images - interesting

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08:27:18
Lots of lovely things at life in the present

17 November 2003

Thanks to Tom, JH
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23:43:17
PMS Alert

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23:26:17
80s lyric quiz - I'm too old to get most of these.

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23:23:17
What brand are you? "responsiva : many eggs, one basket" "inexperta: thrusting power" Great stuff

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21:59:17
Strange Rabbits

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21:54:17
Lewis Carroll Photographs

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21:44:17
Reality World

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20:55:17
Freedom's Sentinel In Space - oh dear

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20:44:17
Searching for the truth

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20:41:17
Dyn-o-Storm

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14:54:17
Will we start to feel lonely when all the spam dries up? It is a continuous presence, appearing at regular intervals, unliuke mail from people who you really want to hear from.

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14:43:17
Flatulence Filter ((my son's initials in tinyurl)

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14:42:17
What do your initials get at tinyurl? I get this

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14:40:17
Toast

16 November 2003

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22:39:16
What????

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17:57:16
Queen Noor's website

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17:55:16
I've tried almost every latin prefix I can think of in front of log (infralog, supralog, hyperlog...) and they all generate multiple hits! Ridiculous.

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17:53:16
The word "Interlog" popped into my head and this lead me to "Women and the Holocaust"

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10:05:16
Nucleon TFR - looks heavy

14 November 2003

Thanks to JC, Bob boB, Ron, Bob S., Gav
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22:15:14
I am sitting in here in tears of laughter at the previous link.....

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22:04:14
Forgive them for they know not what they do

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21:07:14
Ambien

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21:04:14
Is it sad to be sitting in the dark in one's kitchen on a Friday night installing software?

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20:19:14
Hmm, finally got Panther installed on the iBook. Haven't worked out if it is that much faster yet.

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17:49:14
Countertenors

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17:48:14
Christcentral

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17:46:14
Future Horizons

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17:45:14
David Atwell'S Alternative & Future History

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17:42:14
Talking Presidents

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17:42:14
Project Entropia

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17:40:14
The lifter project

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17:39:14
Ninjaburger

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17:38:14
Torness - which is a blot on the landscape and should never have been built.

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16:59:14
Cardstacker

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16:56:14
Ancient Alphabetic Art

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16:36:14
At least now there will be a google hit for the word "bugmatic"

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16:30:14
Family radio missions "Each of these cities are seeped in pagan worship and desperately need God's Word to open the eyes and ears of it's residents to the truth." Illiterate as well as ignorant.

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16:26:14
In the forest there are no lines

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15:47:14
Cigarette ads

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15:45:14
I eat people

13 November 2003

Thanks to Tom K
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23:29:13
Severesociety (BDSM performance art)

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23:19:13
Weird cars

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23:05:13
I hadn't come across tribe.net before in the social net field. (or is it an arena, or maybe a pitch, or some other open space metaphor)

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19:46:13
Cannabilism and your teen

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17:02:13
Bizarre records

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17:02:13
Show and Tell Music

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14:23:13
Great fun - try "is there a moon in the house"

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12:44:13
Freeway Blogger

12 November 2003

Thanks to Ole
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23:33:12
Lindows rock

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23:07:12
Just watched Dogtown and the Z-boys. Good movie.

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17:03:12
I just got spam that reads We have just charged your credit card for money laundry service in amount of $234.65 (because you are either child pornography webmaster or deal with dirty money, which require us to layndry them and then send to your checking account). If you feel this transaction was made by our mistake, please press "No". If you confirm this transaction, please press "Yes" and fill in the form below.

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09:38:12
Cottered Cranks

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09:37:12
Powercranks

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09:36:12
Cranks

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08:33:12
Noh Frankenstein

11 November 2003

Thanks to Linda
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22:34:11
I want my flash TV

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21:17:11
Redneck rap (flash)

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16:53:11
Check out the "customers interested..." section

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16:50:11
Eliza the rabbit

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12:42:11
Boot Liquor radio - excellent tunage

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12:36:11
Snack River

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10:56:11
Ginger

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10:34:11
Whitehouse.gov robots.txt

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10:28:11
I am sure I am behind the times, but I don't remeber seeing Dumblaws before

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08:53:11
Singing Ant

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08:52:11
Mad cow

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08:51:11
Free the Gnomes

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08:49:11
Pork Corp - fantastic

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08:28:11
DIY Bayeux tapestry (flash)

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08:27:11
New Weebl and Bob

10 November 2003

Thanks to jc, Len
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23:06:10
The End Matter - how true

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22:53:10
I signed up at technorati, being an inveterate signer upper. I note that it is being hit by spammers who are running multiple weblogs all pointing at each other. I wonder why they aren't filtering them out as they seem easy to spot?

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22:27:10
Driving home tonight, the rear axle of a lorry directly in front of me snapped, which was quite exciting - lots of sparks and wheels bouncing all over the road.

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22:01:10
Not impressed by the New Fry/Bird thing on BBC (Absolute Power). I laughed once I think. May have potential, not sure. Fry is getting fat.

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20:27:10
Ratkill

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14:58:10
Homebrew segway

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10:32:10
Good Shirky piece on the Semantic web

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08:47:10
Mobile jammer

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08:46:10
Edgar Allan Poe Museum

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08:45:10
I can't work out whether they are stupid or just making a fuss to get publicity.

9 November 2003

Thanks to Gav
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20:33:09
Throne out - English republican site with royal rumour roundup. Frankly I don't understand what all this royal rumour fuss is all about - we expect the royals to be libidinous and treat people badly!

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20:26:09
JList - lots of stuff from Japan (including "adult" merchandise)

8 November 2003

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22:19:08
iRate keeps giving me lots of technoish electro stuff. Which is fine, but I do think that if I had an 808 or a copy of Rebirth I could turn out stuff just like this (if not in fact better)

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22:15:08
Music to disect cats to - I like the comment at the bottom. I also liked something I saw somewhere the other day that referred to a Cowstore Drugboy - a wonderful concept.

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22:15:08
I need more memory on this iBook. Or a new iBook.

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21:17:08
Fantastic

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21:06:08
I am liking iRate a lot at the moment - some interesting stuff to listen to (though some drek as well of course). Pity the Mac client is written in Java as it is painfully slow.

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20:57:08
"Everything that has a beginning also has an end", or whatever the slogan for the new Matric movie is. What a load of nonsense - take the positive integers for exampel., start at 0, stop nowhere. Sheesh!

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20:57:08
It's my daughter's 14th birthday today and the house is full of giggling teenage girls who are here for a sleep-over.

7 November 2003

Thanks to ugly1, Tom C
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23:55:07
End of World - flash (sound not suitable for the office...well, it depends on your office of course)

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22:58:07
The Ukulele Manifesto

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22:53:07
Lots of good stuff here I should imagine.

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22:26:07
Church sign generator - lovely

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22:21:07
According to The Gematriculator - Lincoln's Gettysburg Address is 60% evil!

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07:45:07
The Gematriculator - here, we are 37% evil and 63% good. I'll have to try harder.

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07:42:07
Over masturbation - let's promulgate ancient medical myths in the name of commerce!

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07:40:07
Plug 'n' Pray

6 November 2003

Thanks to JC, JH, Simon
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20:40:06
Notsosimpleton

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20:37:06
Since I am plundering geeky chick blog let me also mention the Gallery of Birth Control Packaging

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20:35:06
15 trends in logo design (shamelessly stolen from courtney)

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15:40:06
Whenever

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15:09:06
America's Least Wanted cards

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14:09:06
800 Mhz teddybear

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13:09:06
Ooops

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12:09:06
Bloody Snow

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11:59:06
Odd Sept 11th story - no idea how true it is.

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08:39:06
Morphing typeface - not sure I understand really

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08:35:06
Terror Permit Application

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08:31:06
Fabulous flash from the divine Ms Sharpe (and fantastic photographs too. naked person alert)

5 November 2003

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19:33:05
The net isn't doing very well at spreading spoilers for the new Matrix film - I can't find any real ones.

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16:51:05
US Carnival Strippers - fantastic B&W photography (Nudity, obviously!)

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13:39:05
Len's Holiday photos (No photos down by the Old Church then Len? (You probably have to have been to Amsterdam to understand))

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09:44:05
Resurrection

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08:49:05
The Meatrix - great.

4 November 2003

Thanks to Dru, bob bob
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23:35:04
Hot Wheel

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21:38:04
Drumline

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21:36:04
Mixed Folks

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21:31:04
This is very funny

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21:24:04
Bifurcated Rivets on Kneesnet

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21:22:04
Online Scalectrix

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21:16:04
Bifurcated Lumps

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21:15:04
EXCLUDER Bifurcated Endoprosthesis from the wonderfully named Gore Medical....

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21:14:04
Clauss Bifurcated Swipes

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21:13:04
Bifurcated Divorce Sites

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21:12:04
Leary Raw and bifurcated

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21:10:04
Bifurcated Girls of 1903 Wonderful!!

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20:16:04
Huh?

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16:48:04
Hypersonic sound - explains those speakers, thanks Tom!

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16:27:04
Corpses for sale - this looks familiar, i think I must have done this one a long, long time ago.

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15:56:04
Scary Stuff

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13:46:04
The Peace Rug® FAQ - bizarre

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12:27:04
Lazyweb

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09:09:04
Bluejacking

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09:08:04
Bullfighter

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08:59:04
How the hell does this work?

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