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- Mar 11, 2008
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The bridge was the thing that got me.I was watching the documentary on BBC Four about Orson Welles, and Mark Cousins (the director) filmed some of it in Chicago, Welles' old haunt. During that bit, I thought, what's the raised railway system from The French Connection in New York doing in the Windy City? Then I twigged they had one in both cities. It'll be on iPlayer if you want to check it out, around 20 minutes in I think.
Mind blown. I didn't realise there was two of them in different cities.The bridge was the thing that got me.
What next.... breast implants at Poundland for a quid each?Mental Health: Tougher checks before Superdrug Botox
High street retailer Superdrug is to introduce tougher mental health checks before performing cosmetic procedures, following criticism by the NHS.
Prof Stephen Powis, the medical director of NHS England, said the injections risked fuelling mental health disorders - and the health service was left to pick up the pieces.
Superdrug started offering Botox and dermal fillers last year.
The retailer said it was "fully committed" to the issue.
Hey! Fifteen months ago on this august forum l mentioned my regret at not having bought £1 vajazzles from a local Pound Shop.What next.... breast implants at Poundland for a quid each?
LOL .. quality .. here's the rest of it ..my sort of escapologist show
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It's like a "boob-tube" for babies.What are these? At that price I might want one