Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library
17 January 2007
Look, we’re Nevada So when do we become the main gambling and prostitution attraction of Europe?
And in more linking to stuff rather than come up with stuff of my own I give you dinosaurs and a dreamcoat, a ship and… well just take a look at some of the art on Philip Straub’s site
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Yeah, and we're California. In oh so many ways. Hmmm. Twitter: errenna
Well you both have that wine industry Twitter: ecnef
Belgium, cool! I love their chocolates…
Of course part of the attraction in America is that the casinos are run by the Native Americans. Still, I suppose Ireland could compete there as well, and have them all staffed by nuns.
Don't gorge yourself Sally, gotte leave some to export
I don't think that there are enough nuns left, maybe if we could genetically modify donkeys so they'd have opposable thumbs they'd do the job. Twitter: ecnef
Absolutely loving the art on Philip Straub's site. Esp this one: http://www.philipstraub.com/coming_home.htm
That is a great one, will have to remember it for Christmas next year Twitter: ecnef
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