Friday, February 20, 2009

OMG ....

.... the hornies over the pond get stuck right into their feral yoofs.


© Mr Plod
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Friday, February 13, 2009

What a load of snowballs

This is brilliantly daft!

This collieshangie, as reported by the Beeb, is.... well just add your thoughts below.

... for safe virtual fun try this.

© Chill BIll
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What a lot of weather we've been having!

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Any more of this malarky and I will be able to touch this icicle. (Click the photo for more of the same and a bigger view).

Meanwhile it seems that Tesco, whilst apparently cheaper than ASDA, are having to do some DIY.  They are not alone in having holes in the road similar to those created by a small IED and the new sport of dodging the potholes on our local roads.

© Chill Bill
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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Seen on a noticeboard......

.... somewhere.

It seems it might not be so amusing elsewhere.

© Mr Plod
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Saturday, February 07, 2009

Taxi for Tevez

I wish I had been the one to stop this motor

What a dummy.

Nice pic over at the Sun of Car Loss Tevez.  Geddit?

© Mr Plod
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Wednesday, February 04, 2009


I quote from the Scotsman....

A hill farmer has devised a cunning plan to rid his fields of a plague of rabbits. Paul Coppen, 69, camouflaged his vintage Massey Ferguson tractor as a cow – complete with a firing platform and a gunslit.

He admitted the disguise – a black and white cow under a tree painted on a wooden board fixed to the side of the vehicle – was not foolproof.

The former technical manager for ICI in the north of England said: "One of my neighbours, Stan Mitchell, came up with the idea and helped me out, and I just went with it. I hoped the rabbits would ignore the fake cow, thinking it was another member of the herd, presenting a stationary target for the rifleman as I drive about."

"A driver-cum-rifleman was camouflaged behind a picture of a tree above the cow. Maximum angle of fire was achieved by pointing the air-rifle through a horizontal slit above the cow, like the firing positions in Second World War pillboxes."

"Not all rabbits are fooled. Whereas cattle do move around, trees usually don't and that may be a problem."

Now check out the video!

© Chill Bill
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Use your imagination

Have a go yourself!

H/T to Nightjack.

© Noddy
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