Thursday, 28 November 2013

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

The Statue


No info on who or  where, blah blah blah.

But, Debunking Time !

Claim:   The number of hooves lifted into the air on equestrian statues reveals how the riders died.

Status:   False

Snopes 

Bonus - Thar She Blows

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Tracey Island?

Sure looks like it's the secret base for International Rescue.

Bonus - “People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely because chickens run about so absurdly that it’s impossible to count them accurately.” — Oscar Wilde

Monday, 25 November 2013

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Saturday, 23 November 2013

The Kennedy Street Irregulars


Sworn to defend Kennedy Street from Girls, Communists and those ruffians from Lincoln Street.

Bonus -

Thursday, 21 November 2013

The Local Market


Ah. The beautiful colours of Kodachrome.

More intriguing is "Where"

The rest of the set were stereotypically American, but this car park has British Cars and a statue that looks rather British King -ish....  Bermuda?   But those hills in the background.

My Guess is Cape Town.

Bonus - Strange Vehicles

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Dave's Syndrome


Just like this man, I believe that's for the past few day's I've been suffering from "Dave's Syndrome" .

To nurse me back to health, please send towels.  And cheese.

Bonus -


Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Fish Pond and Mr Snuffles

Mr Snuffles is a sly old cat.

"Protecting" the fish pond, and awaiting an opportunistic passing heron.


Bonus - That's It.  When I die, I'm having the service in Taiwan.

Monday, 18 November 2013

The Bride of Finkelstein

The soon-to-be Mrs Moshe Finkelstein enjoys a laugh as she watched a neighbour's child falling over and dislocating an elbow.


Bonus The interesting origins of Fanta, and this

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Thursday, 14 November 2013

What's This Focus Setting For ??


Yes, what could have been.   Had the photographer taken a second or two to focus the lens, I could have ended up with a previously unknown cheesecake shot of a young Marilyn Monroe.

Instead... well... I'm reduced to collecting lobsters for a cheesecake manufacturer.  It's a job, I suppose.

Bonus - A Conspiracy of Hogs: The McRib as Arbitrage

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Oh Look What Granny's Knitted !


A pair of sombre acrylic skirts.

Very stylish.  Don't forget to thank granny...

Bonus -
You've probably seen this... (CFB)


Well, this is how they did it.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

The Show Must Go On !


As you see, nothing, but NOTHING stops the Salzburg Sewage Department Orchestra from their rendition of The Blue Danube Waltz.  Now power failure, not audience indifference, not even First Oboeist Franz Hutter's twisted ankle.  Nothing.

Bonus - I'll just leave this here...

Monday, 11 November 2013

Sunday, 10 November 2013

Dog Poop ... and some Pepsi-Cola

Ethel and Hilda, and their lovely lap-dogs Dante and Snuffles.

After their day at the park, they have their leftovers - two bags of dog crap and a empty four pack of Pepsi.

The car number plate says (I think) Barnsdall, Oklahoma... which seems rather odd. Either this is the only car in Barnsdall, or this is a promotional photo. Hmmm.

Bonus - Disney Princesses with Beards.  Just Because.

Bonus 2 - Police called to Swedish family's Ikea nightmare

Saturday, 9 November 2013

Watermelon Rationing


Adults get the first choice. Obviously.
Kids get held back, and might be allowed some scraps. Maybe.

Actually, you may recall that the kids do gets their fair share...

Bonus - Interesting Maps - The Linguistic Diversity of Europe Shown by Banana etc

Friday, 8 November 2013

A Mischievous Grin


Trying to look as tho' butter wouldn't melt in his mouth... but I think we both know how naughty this lad is...

Bonus - Heavens - Not Another Star Wars spin-off

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Not Kansas ... Kenya


An easy mistake to make, but these tourists aren't in Kansas any more.

Bonus - How many spins ?


Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Ride The 1066 Electrics

One for all you train buffs out there.   A pair of wonderfully mis-matched colour schemes.

It appears that S61355 was one of the 1066 Electrics, which frequented the Hastings area. Of so the websites suggest.

Bonus

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Swans In Milk

From the title, you may be expecting the latest Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall foraging recipe, but you'd be wrong.

The picture is apparently a flock of swans, swimming in a vast milk lake.   Not even the presence of a lady in a blue sukumizu can lift this slide out of the "Tedious Tuesday" classification.

Bonus - Top Biker Costume :-)

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Church Sale of Work

A few months ago, an envelope was posted through my letter box, marked "Church Sale of Work - 02-11-69". This was one of the half-dozen slides therein.

No other info, and no info on who posted them...but mystery personj - Thank You.

So, 44 Year On, welcome to the Sale of Work.

Bonus - Architecture For Dogs !    (Japan Natch.)

Friday, 1 November 2013

The Abbey Ruins


Here we have the ruins of the Franciscan Abbey at Dinnet, Aberdeen shire.  It was ruined by the great storm of 1621, which also resulted in the diversion of the River MacCuddy.

Bonus -
Pencil Art + Cartoons = Awsome

Another Ordinary Street

It could be almost anywhere in the UK, but the fact is that it is somewhere.  Somewhere unique and which physically exists. Unless I d...