"In the beginning"

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No effort has been made to stay within the bounds of the truth in this blog as it has always been the view of the management that the truth should never be allowed to stand in the way of a good story.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

more of this... less of that.

Some more odd files cleaned up.



Some housekeeping jobs;


Thanks to all the folk who have signed my guestbook, especially if you have
included a photo, there are a lot of people on my blogroll who have not yet
signed in, I would appreciate your signing in.

A lot of you don't visit my Pictures and/or poetry blogs, I started the
poetry page for Australian Bush Poetry and have included a fine example
of this today... its worth a look, poetrygalore here or on the sidebar.

The Great Wall of China.

For readers outside Australia….. there is a very successful TV commercial doing the rounds here that has a small boy asking his father about the Great Wall of China, in his wisdom the father concocts a story that the wall was built during the reign of Emperor Nasi Goreng to keep the rabbits out of China.

With what I can only describe as typical Aussie humour a photo has turned up on the net confirming these details, my guess is that the group shown here are Aussie tourists and the story is to say the least suspect???




More stuff that's been sent to me recently;

Thanks Wazza.

Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer
chip that can store and play high fidelity music in women's breast
implants. The iTit will cost $499 or $599 depending on speaker
size. This is considered to be a major breakthrough because women
have always complained about men staring at their breasts and not
listening to them.

Thanks Pamela, I didn't realize this was public knowledge

Thanks Robyn, I hadn't used this one when I did the series a while ago.

9 comments:

Cliff said...

I promise to tilt my head listen more carefully instead of just looking. Great story.
I'm off. But you knew that. Actually for a family reunion in New Mexico and then to a wedding. See you in about 10 days.

Jack K. said...

And you had the nerve to tell Hale you were REALLY offended?

As for the looking, I am an avid reader. I can't resist reading T-shirts. tee hee

kenju said...

A nice potpourri here, Peter. I love the Great Wall pic.

Walker said...

ha ha ha I loved the first one.
Lucky shadow.

Well if its on the internet then it has to be true and we all know how destructive rabbits could be

Lee said...

I love that commercial and never tire of seeing it. It is a classic. It always brings a smile to my face.

Pamela said...

Okay. I'll go visit.

Jack K. said...

Peter, in re: Mike/Hale's posting, you Aussies have a funny way of spelling "sawdust". giggle, snerx, guffaw.

Marti said...

Thanks for the giggles!

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Very cute comics, Peter the Great.