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    • CommentAuthorRenThing
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2011
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      CommentAuthordorkmuffin
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2011
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    OHMYGOD Rebel Dog is massively adorable.
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      CommentAuthorSobreiro
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2011
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    Charlie and Hobbes

    More here.
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      CommentAuthorGreasemonkey
    • CommentTimeMar 3rd 2011 edited
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    passionfruit
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    lol, I accidentally discovered that Name The Object has object-specific comment pages, which means a thousand people on facebook are helping you cheat if you want to.
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      CommentAuthorEd Sludden
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    Views of Space Shuttle Discovery from different angles, beautiful.

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    Good Morning Whitechapel, I'd like to introduce you to a very special lady. Apologies if you've seen her before, her name is Suzanne Muldowney, and she is "Underdog Lady".



    And here she is as The Yellow Angel


    According to her MySpace Page:
    I am the living embodiment of Underdog. I am an improvisational dancer and choreographer. A few years ago I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome. I am known for my character portrayals, my costumes and for making many appearances on TV and in parades.

    My first public performance was in 1976 in Philadelphia where I danced Dracula. From there I took up touring on stage and television. In 1980 I began appearing in science fiction conventions and costume sontests and become identified with TV cartoon superhero Underdog. Besides Underdog I am also known for doing Dracula, Supergirl and Catwoman. My self-created characters include Spectrum the Ghost King, Shelley the South Jesrey Mermaid and the Yellow Angel.


    That page can be found here.
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      CommentAuthorFoamhead
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    @Dorkmuffin - I couldn't have said it better myself - and after a bit of digging (there has been at least one other greek riot-dog) found his "facebook page
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    mutitple post is multipled
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    nothing to see here..
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      CommentAuthorFoamhead
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    'Flatulent' dentist from Shrewsbury is struck off
    He faced a number of clinical and conduct charges, including:

    - Breaking wind during appointments
    - Telling a patient he had bad breath
    - Exposing a nurse to X-ray radiation
    - Making derogatory comments about unemployed patients
    - Asking patients to show their money before providing treatment
    - Pushing a nervous teenage patient back into his chair, telling him: "You will sit and let me do it"



    (Has Whitechapel come down with Komodo Dragon Flu? Taking for-frikkin-ever for anything to post & load today.)
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      CommentAuthorsneak046
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    I am new around these parts, please be gentle...
    • CommentAuthorBankara
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    • CommentAuthorBankara
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    • CommentAuthorFlabyo
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    Yeah, it looks like you've not posted, but you have. Don't hit refresh or you'll end up double posting.
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      CommentAuthoremonster
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011
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    HOLY CRAPFANTASY!
    Is that the Bat Cave from Amarillo, TX?
    I wrote a book on a wrestler named Bruiser Brody. Another wrestler, Dusty Rhodes, told me that he and Brody had been bouncers at a strip club called The Bat Cave in Amarillo. Maybe there were a thousand "Bat Caves" but I doubt it.
    Any info would be helpful. WOW.
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      CommentAuthoremonster
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    double post, sorry.
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      CommentAuthorGreasemonkey
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2011 edited
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    The excellent, whimsical science fiction of Italo Calvino, translated from the Italian by William Weaver, is available here for free.

    The tides, when the Moon swung closer, rose so high nobody could hold them back. There were nights when the Moon was full and very, very low, and the tide was so high that the Moon missed a ducking in the sea by a hair's- breadth; well, let's say a few yards anyway. Climb up on the Moon? Of course we did. All you had to do was row out to it in a boat and, when you were underneath, prop a ladder against her and scramble up. The spot where the Moon was lowest, as she went by, was off the Zinc Cliffs. We used to go out with those little rowboats they had in those days, round and flat, made of cork. They held quite a few of us: me, Captain Vhd Vhd, his wife, my deaf cousin, and sometimes little Xlthlx -- she was twelve or so at that time. On those nights the water was very calm, so silvery it looked like mercury, and the fish in it, violet-colored, unable to resist the Moon's attraction, rose to the surface, all of them, and so did the octopuses and the saffron medusas. There was always a flight of tiny creatures -- little crabs, squid, and even some weeds, light and filmy, and coral plants -- that broke from the sea and ended up on the Moon, hanging down from that lime-white ceiling, or else they stayed in midair, a phosphorescent swarm we had to drive off, waving banana leaves at them.