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February 19, 2016

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Hal

Herding sheep.

Playing Pong and painting with sheep.

Joan

The herbivorous butcher. 100% vegan.

If it's made out of tomatoes and pinto beans it's not a sausage.

sH2

Edible spoon maker.

http://www.neatorama.com/neatolicious/2016/02/19/Edible-Spoon-Maker-Takes-the-Bread-Bowl-Concept-Even-Further/

sk60

Because you’ve always wanted to watch someone eating old military survival rations.

I think I'll skip lunch today.

Mags

Hair was bigger in the Sixties.

http://flashbak.com/hair-was-big-and-bigger-in-the-1960s-47323/

h/t Ace of Spades

David

Hair was bigger in the Sixties.

Crikey. Those ladies give good hair.

bilbaoboy

Yuk!

I'd forgotten

Anna

"That."

Sam Duncan

“And I think that means he likes it.”

Is he related to Fozzie, by any chance? Wocka wocka wocka!

(“KOALAS AREN'T BEARS!” - the entire Internet. I know, I know... geez, tough crowd...)

BeckoningChasm

I've got a number of Roland things. Always well made and always reliable.

Hedgehog

Ah, camembert. One of the things I miss about France is camembert. Not so much the cheese (where I live I can find it, even though of course it's made with pasteurized milk - the horror!), no, what I miss is being able to take the camembert, take the lid off the box, and push my thumb into the (paper-clad) cheese to test it for ripeness without having other shoppers stare at me with a shocked look on their faces, like I just dropped my pants and pooped in the store. If I think about it, that's what culture is about, really. The unthinking acceptance of conducts that observers who don't share the culture might find strange, even revolting.

Herding sheep: love the black dots on the video - the dogs. These dogs know what they're doing. If government employees in this great country did their jobs half as well as these dogs do theirs... Ah! A man can dream.

Theophrastus

Phew! No vajankles this week! *sighs with relief*

David

I’ve got a number of Roland things.

When I was at school I saved up to buy one of these.

Even then it wasn’t exactly state-of-the-art but it did help enliven the sixth-form disco.

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