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Middle Ages [it's all mine now?]

I was bought up in a small township in Eltham (Leslie Townsend Hope's also) in South London, now live in The-Garden-of-Kent aerial during the fifties Elvis was beginning to make a noise and ....in contempt of court

Saturday, July 31, 2004

Category: Modern Art

According to euronews Conrad Shawcross is exhibiting his strange latest discovery Light Perpetual 1 at the saatchi gallery in London

Friday, July 30, 2004

Category: Happy Birthday

It's Joy's birthday so many happy returns of the day..

Category: Breaking News

Saw these flames from the BBC on euronews flames you've never seen the size of something like the fire from a Saturn 5 launch for example not as though I ever saw that but this is serious enough to be haulted at a stage of commitment

Category: Celebrities

Marianne Faithfull made Girl On a Motorcycle 1968 with Alan Delon so any relation to Stewart's post about naked Ladies on motorcycles is totally unfortunate

Category: Engineering

Mark Palmer of the London Telegraph reports the fountain at stanway house is now the highest in the UK at 150 feet to 853 feet later this year I think..which would make it the hioghest in europe

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Category: Movies

Mission To Mars 2000 was an interesting tale with some beautiful graphics by the director Brian de Palma

Category: Photogaphy

photographyblog link to a new system standard for medium format cameras
features a MSCE (Mamiya Serial Communication for Exchange) connection to allow any MSCE compatible digital back to be used with the camera.

The Mamiya RZ system was initailly to support auto film transport when the last exposure was exposed, so the is just an adjectation in the future design concept of the optical format if it were ever to be made possible to make sensors as big as medium format film for the quality this will be a reason for this amendment..

Category: Journalism

The BBC Tour 2004 has four venue's dedecated to exploring the public's knowledge of news gathering and those associates, while Biz Stone sorts a comment on the worlds of the amateur/professional mutterings Don't just tell us that buzz exists

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Category: Space

Space ship One photo from wetasschronicles

Monday, July 26, 2004

Category: Movies

I saw this Sergeant Rutledge (1960) which was about when I came in here but the point was this was filmed on a sound stage mostly not the blue screen era at all but the characters really came over as true classic origins of the sixties and revolution in the out-take of the script first originated in the 1800's of America first racial thing between if you like three tribes the then negro, indian and the settler when witnesses were scarce and stories were probably rife in context.. some of which hit the trek dialougue now and again like scare crows in a field.. I still can't say if I ever have seen this before but as you know it happens like Sharon Stone has slapped her trade mark somewhere and forgot to tell her management..

Sunday, July 25, 2004

Category: Movie

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Category: Olympics 2004

Denise Lewis is heading for Greece soon to start her temperature accustomerization, she's making an average come-back according to some sources but she has the best hope if any there is to go for gold.
Thats all I shall say..

Category: Tax

bushkerry 3.7megabytes

Category: Social Scenes

The Sampler did this a conservative view on the act of relations which seems to be going through a state of flux.. How do you choose a mate these days I am an experianced dude cause I did have the tee-shirt at least but that's not all..
If you're not up on your Star Trek, you can forget about getting or keeping a geek dude. And I'm not just talking vintage-era Captain Kirk and Spock either. You've got to be up on your The Next Generation, your Deep Space Nine, your Babylon 5. Armed with your own knowledge of Federation policies, you can better gauge when and how to act. The sexual politics of Star Trek are pretty blunt: the men run the technology and the ship, and the women are caretakers (a doctor and a counselor). Note the sexual tensions on the bridge of the Enterprise: the women, in skin tight uniforms, and with luxuriant, flowing hair. The men, often balding, and sporting some sort of permanently attached computer auxiliary. This world metaphorizes the fantasies of the geek dude, who sees himself in the geeky-but-heroic male officers and who secretly desires a sexy, smart, Deanna or Bev to come along and deferentially accept him for who he is. If you are willing to accept that this is his starting point for reality, you are ready for a geek relationship.