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January 29, 2005

Optical Illusion.

I first saw this at American Digest a few weeks back but I didn’t steal it from there .....I waited until I saw it somewhere where they admitted that they had already stolen it. So, sure, I’m stealing it, but I’m like, stealing it from bad people. Kiwis in fact, so that’s fine....after all, the parents are now safely out of that country.

If you look very closely at this picture, after a minute or two, you will be able to see a giraffe in it. It takes time for your eyes to adjust to it, to see it, so take your time here.

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» Hey guys from Silent Running
this Tim Worstall character called us "bad people"! Lets go round to his place give him a wedgie, break his glasses, kick his dog and hunt him for sport! Teach him to call us bad. Dave you grab his lunch... [Read More]

Tracked on Jan 29, 2005 8:07:23 PM

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Tim has an idea... Why not compromise? You let Trent out of the cage, my dogs hunt him and use my lunch money for the stirrup cup? I assume Trent isn’t covered by the Hunting Wild Mammals With Dogs Act... [Read More]

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"Bad" people?

We'll be watching you my man.

Posted by: Murray | Jan 29, 2005 7:57:29 PM

SR are not bad people. And they're global. Just hope that you haven't pissed them off too much, although you're probably so insignificant as to not be worth any effort.

Tim adds: Pssst. A joke. Maybe not funny hah hah, but ummm, a joke, OK?

Posted by: krm | Jan 29, 2005 10:43:04 PM

I was joking too... we would never kick your dog.

Posted by: Murray | Jan 30, 2005 4:21:55 AM

Not kick the dog, is fine. But will you still grab his lunch money, is the question that the gallery is asking.

Posted by: Atanu Dey | Jan 30, 2005 4:45:40 AM

The gallery isn't worried about the hunting him for sport then?

Just want to check whats ok with the gp.

Posted by: Murray | Jan 30, 2005 5:05:52 AM

I think its a bad idea to mess with the SR folk ... they might ask me to share some of my thoughts ...

Posted by: Trent | Jan 30, 2005 6:51:33 AM

TRENT, back in cage!

Sorry, he gets out every now and then.

Posted by: Murray | Jan 31, 2005 6:54:20 AM

Why not compromise? You let Trent out of the cage, my dogs hunt him and use my lunch money for the stirrup cup? I assume Trent isn’t covered by the Hunting Wild Mammals With Dogs Act so it would still be legal after Feb 19?

Posted by: Tim Worstallt | Jan 31, 2005 7:57:57 AM

No, please, not Trent! Please don't harm him! You will not narm him, will you? Will you?

Posted by: Alisa | Feb 1, 2005 5:30:33 AM

Tim, your idea is a good one, I eat small babies for breakfast and upset assorted bed-wetting, tree-hugging, bearded fraidy-cats with poor dress sense for sport. I'd like to make your acquaintence some time, maybe we could sharpen up for some sport, fat-white-lump-of-lard-hunting harpoons spring to mind. The Moore season is upon us buddie, you up for it. Winner gets a toaster.

Posted by: Trent | Feb 1, 2005 11:04:51 AM

Harm him? Well, the dogs might dribble on his kneecaps.

Moore hunting sounds fun. When is he coming to Portugal? Can Trent get here at the same time?

Posted by: Tim Worstallt | Feb 1, 2005 11:09:19 AM

Right, I've smeared my harpoon with excrement, you tell me where the fat bastard is in Portugal, I get the firts shot right?

Posted by: Trent | Feb 1, 2005 11:42:51 AM

Actually, Moore presents such a wide canvass, I think we could shoot at the same time and only touch his extreme points with no chance off missing, so lets split the toaster down the middle? Maybe we could call it the Moore "crack/split"

Posted by: Trent | Feb 1, 2005 11:48:18 AM

Mild dribbling on the kneecaps is something I can live with, if Trent can.

You live in Portugal?

Posted by: Alisa | Feb 1, 2005 12:55:08 PM

The dogs ain’t mild dribblers but Trent sounds like a man who can handle it.

Portugal, yup, 10 miles outside Lisbon on the Atlantic Coast. Damn site better than the 6 years in Moscow let me tell you.

Posted by: Tim Worstallt | Feb 1, 2005 1:42:44 PM

Too far from the sea. St. Petersburg is a different story.

Posted by: Alisa | Feb 1, 2005 9:08:20 PM