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some more computer game street art

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If you look closely you can see the Robotron character in inch square tiles. (blue and white)
This is on a bridge in Hulme and is not very accessible.
20th Jun 2005, 22:24   comments (2)

B of the Bang

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This sculpture is outside the Manchester City ground.
16th May 2005, 00:33   comments (5)

Space Invaders

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Brilliant city center unofficial street art.

Made with full size kitchen tiles.
16th May 2005, 00:31   comments (0)

Last day of the season at Manchester City.

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Man City had the chance to beat Middlesborough and qualify for Europe.

A very strange match, which saw David James become an outfield player for the last ten minutes.

City drew and didn't qualify but never mind.

Congratulations to City for their highest ever Premiership finish.
16th May 2005, 00:28   comments (0)

Buddah's Birthday

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Yesterday was Buddah's Birthday.
16th May 2005, 00:27   comments (1)

My mum is an amazing gardener

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As I am often not there I forget what an amazing garden my mum keeps.

This is beautiful.
10th May 2005, 11:36   comments (0)

New ways to end up in hospital

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My housemate brought this back from a work trip to Scotland. It is a motorised mountainboard. It can do over 30 mph. I shall be risking injury on it sometime soon.
8th Mar 2005, 15:12   comments (3)

Tsunami Benefit Rugby Match

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I went to Twickenham to watch a charity rugby match between the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. The Southern Hempishere won.
I thought that it was rather lovely that you can drink a beer in your seat whilst you watch the game. Whereas with football you can't drink within sight of the pitch.
We stayed in Kingston, so I was obliged to take a picture of the falling down phoneboxes that were at the end of our street.
6th Mar 2005, 23:41   comments (0)
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