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From: Peter Armstrong <>
Subject: [trivvies] Re: My photo in Maori face paint
Date: Tue, 06 May 2003 18:36:47 +0100
Observant old you (here less of the old...)
>>You turned green and Becs turned blue? Does it depend on the drink? Is the white stuff growing out of your ears brain bubbles?
Nope! Strangely it's a light bulb that is lit by pure brain power,
really useful when the lights go out all over London. They fly me up by
helicoptor whenever there is an emergency. Try it yourself... put a
light-bulb in your ear, I advise beginners to start at 20W unless you
have a degree at the Institute of Trivington, when you could choose to
upgrade to 40W. Close eyes and think hard and the bulb will light-up.
This should not be tried alone as:
1. You have your eyes closed and won't know if it worked, unless you
video the event, in which case we will all want to see the video.
2. Bulbs are known to implode when too much thought go into them
Must go... Concorde is landing at Heathrow airport in the dark tonight
and they need me to think the runway lights on... want them in red and
green... so I need to prepare for landing. Please fasten your
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