I’m currently reading a very interesting book called Tescopoly by Andrew Simms. Pretty much confirms my thinking on supermarkets and the slow creeping way in which they seem to be overtaking the world. Within a mile radius of my house there are two Tescos, two Centras, three Spars, an Aldi, Lidl and three Dunnes Stores.
I love Ricky Gervais. He has the same kind of fangy teeth that David Bowie used to have, and Kirsten Dunst also has. Slightly exaggerated here, but I just had to do it.
Interview in the Guardian
Strange old man walking around Barcelona with his genitalia hanging out:
If you don’t want to see explicit nudity, then don’t go any further..
I read in the Guardian today about paranoid parents paying up to two thousand pounds for a helmet that claims to undo plagiocephaly or flat head syndrome in babies.
Because their skulls are soft, prolonged periods of time spent in the same position can result in them developing a flat spot on the side they prefer to lie on.
I always found that creepy about babies how their heads are all spongy with that disturbing hole in the middle. What would happen if you made a baby wear a square or triangle helmet until it was three? A square head would look very strange. A star shaped one would probably be impossible..or would it ?
I always found these skulls frightening:
More info here