I’m not sure how you’d manage to park a car whilst disabled and holding a badger, but maybe I’m missing the point?
Photo: Disabled badger holders only by drewm
This is one of a terrific set of photos from the riots going on in Paris at the moment. The well-humoured clown photos are eventually outnumbered by far heavier stuff. It’s a really great bit of photojournalism.
Photo: March 18, 2006 – 17:35 by Hugo*
I’m sure you’ll agree that the Yangchuanosaurus just doesn’t get enough media attention these days. Everyone seems so much more interested in Iran.
Well, let me try to “straighten the tilt” (I just made that up) with a link to some pictures of Yangchuanosauruses on Flickr. You’ll notice that most of them come from Atlanta airport in the US, the last great Yangchuanosaurus game reserve, where their natural prey (tourists) are abundant. They also love watching all the aeroplanes.
Next week: where have all the woolly mammoths gone from Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof?
The tomato spiders are coming! The tomato spiders are coming!
Quick kids, into the basement. Don’t worry about Aunt Lucy, that ole coot’s mad as a grasshopper.
Or something like that.
Photo: The Attack of the Tomato Spiders!!! by bitrot
Nobody does comedy sweet names quite like the Swedes. This magnificent photo takes me right back to my childhood, when we used to catch the early ferry over to Stockholm for a packet of Farty Yes! and a quarter-pound of Spunk Drops.
Photo: Stockholm by i_a_n
I’d just like to introduce you to Minty Alan, my screen-cleanin’ buddy who wears a samurai hat.
Minty Alan by bitrot
What every office needs: an enormous Elvis mural, made of Post-Its, in the boardroom.
post-it note elvis by ih8gates.
(And here’s how it’s done. Now what’s your excuse?)
It’s Glastonbury weekend, so like clockwork the glorious weather packs in and out come the clouds. Will the hippies never learn?