Light & Dark

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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Happy Birthday!

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Light & Dark is one year old today! Didn't have any cake, so this Muller Corner will have to do.

I would sing Happy Birthday, but I don't want to get in any trouble.
21st Feb 2005, 20:11   comments (15)

Till Then

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Today's addition to the Design Studio's random pile.
21st Feb 2005, 18:43   comments (0)

The Great Unwashed

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Where has all the cutlery gone?
It's in the sink.

I had to wash up a knife in order to make a sandwich, because there weren't any clean ones.

I had to wash up someone else's dirty knife, a knife that someone else had used and then not washed up. ++bad.
20th Feb 2005, 19:20   comments (0)

Die, Fly!

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Insect-free since 1934.
20th Feb 2005, 13:08   comments (0)

Foreman Redux

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The mass of stuff in the grill drip-tray has reduced somewhat, and now appears to be quite dry and brittle.

Yum.
20th Feb 2005, 01:15   comments (2)

Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit

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A leisurely lunch.
19th Feb 2005, 15:40   comments (12)

Totally Mexican

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Nathan Barley's starting to make me feel wrong inside.
18th Feb 2005, 22:25   comments (0)

EARTH ROD!

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We have lots of things that need to be earthed. So our EARTH ROD is a fairly impressive beast.

And that's a little post by the road. I liked the interface between light and dark. I'm sure that has a name, but I can't remember it.
18th Feb 2005, 21:08   comments (0)