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Fav kitty yet.. [Mar. 15th, 2009|12:35 am]
Died of natural causes at around 8 weeks.

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sorry for the x post but its important... [Jan. 9th, 2009|09:01 pm]
Please look at the link Warren Ellis has placed on his Journal:

Jane Irwin:

"As many of you know, I make Steampunk Jewelry for fun and sometimes profit. I buy old watch parts off of eBay, glue them together into new and interesting shapes, and make them into pins and necklaces and earrings. Back in October, I won an auction that contained a bunch of old military watch faces. When they arrived, I looked them over, and after fiddling with them for a bit, and even preparing some of them to be made into jewelry, I noticed that several of them had greenish paint on their numerals. Huh, I thought. I’ll bet that’s the infamous radium paint I’ve heard so much about…

…which lead directly to Geiger counters, Radiation Safety Officers and concerns about earlobe cancer…."

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best game ever! [Nov. 29th, 2008|07:25 pm]

I spent a while playing..
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Mad March Hare, Alice in Wonderland [Nov. 14th, 2008|01:52 pm]

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Famous Hamster! [Sep. 23rd, 2008|06:46 pm]
Awwww, Hamster is going to be on Alan Carrs show - he's going to be used in a VT which will be shown on Friday 10th October. Poor little chap, I dread to think what he is going to do to it! :P

I really should start posting up the big names on my website..

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eek! [Sep. 22nd, 2008|07:22 am]
Dramatic mouse!


Tired Hammy..

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Society website finally up! [Sep. 16th, 2008|07:03 am]
Been working on the British Historical Taxidermy Society website for a few months now, still got loads to add to the never ending archive, but here you go, reference to historical taxidermy pieces..

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spider web.. [Sep. 5th, 2008|02:25 pm]
She made a web too..

early this morning it had spun a web over Liverpool

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she's awake! [Sep. 5th, 2008|02:19 pm]
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spider day 2 [Sep. 5th, 2008|07:12 am]
Story so far:

The story has begun in Liverpool…

Yesterday commuters arrived at Lime Street to find a gigantic mechanical spider clinging to a derelict building next to the station. A group of French specialist researchers announced that they had been observing the creature, apparently made of steel and wood and a thousand times the size of anything in nature, for weeks. It appears to be female, around 13m tall, and has been dubbed ‘La Princesse’ by the team. The scientists believe the creature may be about to hibernate, and are attempting to prevent it falling into an inert state, as they are concerned at the potentially catastrophic results of the spider laying up to 1000 eggs. Scientists have therefore removed the spider from the building and taken it to a research base established at the ACC, at Albert Dock in Liverpool.

On Friday 5th September it is expected that they will attempt to wake it, under controlled conditions, at 11:30am.

See one of the professors talking about the spider here:

More lovely images of the spider being taken down by said crane:


and here she is being taken away to a controlled environment to be be woken up today:

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