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The feline, which has a purple collar, gets onto the busy Walsall to Wolverhampton bus at the same stop most mornings – he then jumps off at the next stop 400m down the road, near a fish and chip shop.
Via: The Daily Mail
Justin wears the camera 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even in the bathroom. Even on a date.
This is really live. Honest. Right now.
Justin will wear the camera until the day he dies. By which we mean if he takes it off, we’ll kill him.
An incredible Victorian novelty. Complete in mahogany box with revolver, silver bullets, garlic powder, silver dagger, ivory cross, mirror, Professor Blomberg`s New Vampire Serum, wooden stake, etc, etc.
The bullets was manufactured-by one Nicolas Plomdeur, gunsmith from Belgium. Plomdeur participated in the Great Exhibiton in 1851, London, Comes with instructions on use and original pamphlet on vampires by Prof Ernst Blomberg. Small 8:o, 19 pages.
A teardrop tattoo is said to indicate that the wearer has killed someone or a friend of his/hers was killed in prison. It is worn by the eye.
More here: Wiki – Criminal Tattoos
From Signal vs. Noise:
Making Every Pixel Count talks about the importance of photography at real estate sites. “Itâ€™s so important to have photos that are professionally presented,” says Rosalind Clarke, a senior sales associate with the Corcoran Group. “If things look shoddy or unprofessional, not only are buyers going to find the property unappealing, theyâ€™re going to associate you with being shoddy and unprofessional.”…
…Below are some example photos (befores are first, afters are second) from the article and accompanying slideshow. They show the difference good equipment, a wide-angle lens, and a sharp eye for composition can make.
Trial by jury must be one of the most conspicuously bad good ideas anyone ever had. Its devisers can hardly be blamed. They lived before the principles of statistical sampling and experimental design had been worked out. They werenâ€™t scientists. Let me explain using an analogy. And if, at the end, somebody objects to my argument on the grounds that humans arenâ€™t herring gulls, Iâ€™ll have failed to get my point across.
Read the rest here.