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Closest I'll come to one of these. It's actually an exact replica F1 car of the sort that Vettel is currently driving. The fuselage is really bendy when you press it with your finger. The cockpit so looks like a computer game console. Lots of bright buttons.
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...but here's what they look like inside - some of them are rick dark pink all the way to the middle, and they taste / smell a lot like Discoverys. I tried to find out what the variety was, but only found info relating to new varieties of apples, as if they've only discovered how to get them red all the way through just recently, whereas this tree is at least 20 years old, looking at it.

Such a sad state of affairs that there they are, in this poor borough, going to waste. Grab 'em and eat 'em, I say.
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Slightly overdid it on the enthusiasm front picking apples from the Norwood cemetery apple tree. I think we'll be eating them hourly.
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All: well worth reading Dan's post and doing something:
Hey, UK people? Or, at least, people who want to do something about News International and the whole News of the World phone hacking thing? By all means petition brands to pull out of News of the World. But asking your pension manager to pull out of News International will hurt them way more.
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I said this is reply to a couple of people and thought I'd share it, see what you all think. It's inevitably still deconstructing this thing but you know. It's a living. I think the major reason we like this place is that it's a place to rush which is 'ours', primarily. Early adopter haven for a few weeks (days, these days?). Makes it feel cosy. Secondly though, I think it does what we always wanted Twitter to do, with Circles, and as such it is basically, a super-extended Twitter. Here, we're not restricted to 140 characters and, crucially, a conversation can take place without it slightly annoying everyone else in the stream once it gets beyond 3 tweets apiece. Posts I've read from other people read just like that: posts, not status updates. And lastly, many (most) of the comments I've read don't feel like comments, they feel like replies in an ongoing conversation.
There's a lot they've got right. I wonder what the hell the groundspace will look like in a year?
Another point: the way early adopters use things, as we've seen before, is not necessarily the way the vast horde use things. It may all change yet.
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