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what happened to them?
13th Sep 2006, 07:04  

Dhamaka says:


one might have made its way to Cambridge.. here

13th Sep 2006, 07:29

anonymous says:

send out a search party

13th Sep 2006, 08:42

FilbertFox says:

i think they are missing their friends

13th Sep 2006, 08:55

FakeID says:


13th Sep 2006, 09:06

at least they're sticking together....

13th Sep 2006, 09:29

crickson says:

I understand cows sometimes eat them when they hit the ground. I wonder if they could be painted with cow-repellant...?

13th Sep 2006, 09:53

paintist says:

ahhh now I have just left a comment about that on seans post....animals do eat them and is a pretty form of pollution....

13th Sep 2006, 09:56

paintist says:

Sean has explained things... now I know better.... balloons,safe,info

13th Sep 2006, 10:44

It looked like a (slightly bent) arrow from the thumbnail.

lovely, and enironmentally sound. I can't help feel that I'm read balloon propoganda though. Maybe it's just me. Plus I love the quote "extensive research by the industry". Does this mean there are balloon researchers out there?? Sounds like a great career.

13th Sep 2006, 19:35

Balloon researcher? I could do that, so long as there aren't balloon qualifications you need...

13th Sep 2006, 20:10

mat says:

As a balloon researcher, I'd want to get paid at an inflated rate..


13th Sep 2006, 20:18

FilbertFox says:

groans at Mat

14th Sep 2006, 19:10

JokerXL says:

Aw, someone's lost their heart.

16th Sep 2006, 20:49