If I call this ‘Dogsand something’ do I get hacked again?

I am at last back in some sort of control after 7 hours of April first PC stress.

These are some photos I took the other day.

The first is the gorgeous and very rare Alaskan Malamute ‘Tai’.

The photo above is a very unusual formerly ecclesiastical building that is opposite the cathedral.
It was for some reason built on it’s side. Some years ago it was converted to a pub, it is world famous for having the first commercial installation of an AGG (anti-gravity generator), the original Siemens machinery is still in place, despite repeated attempts to replace it with the
inferior (but much cheaper) Zhengzhao clone.

The costs of running this equipment means that this is the most expensive bar in the world.
A pint of Stella here will set you back £32-72. Another record it proudly holds is being bottom
of the South of England ‘Binge Drinking League’ for 8 years running.


Lastly, this is our beautiful cathedral. The guy on the plinth is St.Richard, nicely cleaned up
now after being daubed with paint last year by morons who were at the time breathing
oxygen I could have been using. After their 15 week court case, they were fined £32-72 each.

Welcome aboard John, i’ll introduce you to my Chief Stewardess in a moment, she will pander
to your every need……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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3 thoughts on “If I call this ‘Dogsand something’ do I get hacked again?

  1. I forgot to mention, because of the cost, they also have the world’s only ATM that is also on it’s side.

  2. Tai is gorgeous ….
    I tell you from being blogless to posting home grown neck cricking photos in a matter of weeks … fabulous 🙂

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