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Another part of the Spank The Monkey media empire: offending your brain at The Unpleasant Lair Of Spank The Monkey, offending your ears at Spank's Audio Lair, and offending your eyes right here, right now.

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Best. Warning. Ever.

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Team America: World Police, in case you didn't know.
6th Jan 2005, 19:31   | tags:comments (5)

Big wheel, Manchester

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...from inside and outside.
4th Jan 2005, 12:03   | tags:comments (1)

A Christmas carol, kinda

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While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night, sung to the tune of On Ilkley Moor Baht 'At.



You're welcome. Merry Christmas.



P.S. These people were singing to raise money for RNLI, so follow the link and help them raise a bit more.
24th Dec 2004, 23:59   | tags:,comments (0)

Higher quality sunset

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Oh, that's much better.
23rd Dec 2004, 13:01   | tags:comments (0)

Sunset over Battersea Power Station

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Testing to see how much of an Eli Wallachs it makes of your megapixel images when you send them as MMSes.
23rd Dec 2004, 12:52   | tags:comments (0)

Phew. That's better.

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15th Dec 2004, 09:15   | tags:comments (0)

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!

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15th Dec 2004, 09:13   | tags:comments (0)

Toilet instructions, ANA Hotel Clement, Takamatsu

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Because someone was asking about 'crazy toilets' a few posts ago. Not pictured: the loo at the Fukuoka Kokusai Center, which includes not only all the usual bidet attachments and seat warming circuitry, but also a button discreetly labelled POWERFUL DEODORISER.

WARNING

DO NOT splash water or hot water on the product and/or power box. (This may cause fire or electric shock.)

To avoid low-temperature burn, turn off the warm-seat switch when the product is used by the very young or the elderly, those who are incapacitated.

Low-temperature burn: Low-temperature burn can occur when skin is in direct contact for a long period with an object at a relatively low temperature (40C - 60C). Such burns can result in reddening or blisters on the skin.

CAUTIONS

DO NOT use the product as a footstool or place heavy objects on. (This may break the unit and cause injuries.)

Avoid using the cover as a back rest. (To avoid cracking or otherwise damaging.)

8th Dec 2004, 12:15   | tags:,comments (0)