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an eye for the mundane

Denis Norden, round the corner from my office. he’s often mooching about.
this morning was quite sunny so there is lots of reflection in the window giving him a ghost like appearance. and if he were a ghost he wouldn’t be buying sandwiches. unless he was just reminiscing about eating.
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best of all – whilst researching Denis for the link above I came across Bill Hanson who does a Denis Nordan tribute show ! It was the real one i saw this morning.
This whole entertainment site is fantastic

Following serious technical problems, the essence of these files were lost.
This page alas forms part of those which were unobtrusive.
Please accept my excuses for this nuisance quite independent of my will.

“work backwards” today
interpret this how you will:
you may physically sit looking in the wrong direction in meetings
you may wish to type occasional words backwards in reports and letters
you may wish to unconclude previously concluded conclusions
now is your chance. live the dream

one boot is better than none, but not as good as two. there is a natural order. maybe i should take pictures of ‘no boots’ whenever i don’t see any anywhere. could be a rather large collection of pictures.
i shall ponder this further before committing to such an immense task
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Jogsaw, the jigsaw for joggers. beat the boredom, do a jigsaw whilst running.
tests have shown that running for just 15 minutes places the mind in to an alpha state perfectly tuned for the completition of jigsaw puzzles.
don’t waste that thought – do a jogsaw
(carry case available at extra cost)

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updated with a pile of clickable pics everyday
daily mundane goodness since April 2003
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[funkypancake] has a lust and zeal for life and all its quirks that those with far fewer worries in the world could be quite jealous of. From the mundane to the mad, the interesting to the absurd, [he] captures moments and objects that few of us ever notice ... and perhaps don't need to.
Dogs Today magazine - may 2005


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