December 1, 2006

Duck Friday

11 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:37 AM

    A bunch of drunk ducks, wending their way home after a night on the tiles....

    Woo hoo...

    Just love it Cazeeee!!!

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  2. Awww. Sweet photo, caz. Happy Thursday from my side of the world ;-)

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  3. Anonymous11:16 AM

    Can't see duck; only see little box with cross.

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  4. Not sure Darlene - coming up okay on both Firefox and Explorer at my end, so not sure why you're getting the dreaded "x marks the spot".

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  5. Is this a pic from the union protest the other day?

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  6. Nothing so prosaic Timmy.

    Kath was right, this is a pic of the morning after the night before, and they're holding up pretty well, aren't they? The line is almost straight.

    You've heard of the "hen's night"? Well, this was the morning after a duck's night, obviously. More people should have duck’s night; the world would be a far better place.

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  7. Anonymous4:06 PM

    Can see now.

    I presume as a person in precarious employment, Tim, you were at the rally the other day.

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  8. No, because I don't agree with all of the things the unions are advocating. To be fair, though, Greg Combet has been hitting hard on this, and it's well worth checking out some of the speeches/press releases etc on the CFMEU's website, if they're available.

    But if anything had got me marching, it would have been those ducks ...

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  9. Anonymous1:37 PM

    That is so cool on so many levels. Great artistic lines of each individual duck. Then there's the structure of the whole line of ducks. And then, if you look at it all squinty- and blurry-like, it looks like a picture from one of those super-powerful microscopes of blood cells flowing through an artery.

    What? Nobody else sees that?!

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  10. But before you started squinting and being blurry sighted (a not unusual occurrence when viewing this blog), did you notice how the duckies are kinda three abreast, no more, and no less, all the way up the line?

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