Archive | December 2013

(In the name of love)

Walking to work this morning, there appears to be a large excavation going on underneath the Bill Bryson library. The gossip is that someone during the initial construction phase of the extension, accidentally inserted a section of sewage pipe the wrong way around which has led to backups and flooding problems. Sounds urban legend-ish to me but you never know.

Anyway, there is a large sign around the enclosed area reading “T.A.K.E.P.R.I.D.E.”

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This acrostic is meant to encourage site safety.

However, my eye was drawn to this section. 

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Everyone, it seems, except grammarians.

 

CROWN PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Motivated School..............Creative Learning through Open- Mindedness, Imagination, Problem-Solving, Curiosity

Crown Primary 6

If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be

Crown Primary P2/3

Crown Primary 2018/19

'Dead Shan'

Blogging about education, coastal isolation and aspiration in the broadest sense...

TwilightBeasts

Exploring the magnificent world of lost Pleistocene beasts

big tam connery

Internashional Film Shtar. Retired. Enjoysh making shoup & sharing reshipesh. Living quietly in a modesht penthoushe in Shcotland'sh capital, Edinburgh, with Mrsh C. No offenshe intended, none taken (moshtly). Here endeth the lesshon.

the urban prehistorian

finding prehistory in unlikely places

chasing sabretooths

Join Mauricio Antón in his search for clues to restore ancient life

Letters from Gondwana.

Paleontology, books and other stuff.

Mrs Wormwood's Blog

Just another WordPress.com site

Run Andygeddon Run

From non-runner to marathoner in 22 weeks!

Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week

SV-POW! ... All sauropod vertebrae, except when we're talking about Open Access

Jack's Adventures in Museum Land

Jack explores museums and all the fascinating things they have to offer. Join him on his adventures through the wonderful and often downright bizarre world of museums. Come and discover museums you never knew you wanted to visit!

Danielle's PalaeoBlog

Topics of the Ancient World discussed

The Smell of Evolution

evolutionary sensory ecology and smelling in the wild

Quack Science

Science and the giant rubber duck... He's watching..

Genedork

Genetics News - Simple

Forensic Connect

Premier community for paternity, databasing and forensic scientists