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It's just nige, fooling around.

I often take pictures of things that never end up on MOBiOG. This moblog will now be the final resting place for such images. Most will be posted direct from my mobile.

Nothing particular, just stuff.

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I just rode two miles with this wood trellis-thing on my shoulder. Check it out, it looked like I was cycling with a ladder.

Still making Halloween props. Anyone know the legalities of claiming items from skips where there is no apparent owner?
6th Oct 2009, 15:25  

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MandyP says:

Around here, 'finders keepers' rules apply. Things tend to be a little more, I dunno, legal over there, don't they.

6th Oct 2009, 15:44

stuff says:

'tis very true. Bloody formalities.

6th Oct 2009, 15:49

MandyP says:

Of course, you do run into the occasional armed previous owner of said items... Best to be doing your 'sidewalk shopping' under cover of darkness.

6th Oct 2009, 16:11

swamprose says:

aaaaaaggggggghh. that's a great expression. looks like a good bit of recycling.

by the time the party actually happens, you guys are going to be pro event stylists.

6th Oct 2009, 16:16

Wendle says:

Awesome top shot; love it.
As for skipping... i do it often. If it's in a skip it means whoever did have doesn't want it. So they shouldn't cry when i take it.
And the same goes for your bins, Marks and F*cking Spencers.

6th Oct 2009, 17:06

Viv says:

think it's quite common Nige - can't see a problem - more problem adding to a skip :)

6th Oct 2009, 17:08

nige says:

Swamprose, indeed. Let's hope so.

Wendle & Viv, hear! hear! I've never really done it before, but we are working to a very tight budget and so we have to clip costs wherever we can. I love small budgets, they force creativity ; )

6th Oct 2009, 22:58

nige says:

I was a happy guy, i tells ya.

8th Oct 2009, 07:57

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