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Two photos for you

Eddie Mair | 08:52 UK time, Wednesday, 26 September 2007

first, regular frogger Roberto in Miami sends: "Roberto with the University of Miami Sports Mascot called Sebastian". Roberto is on the right.

mascota.JPG

And below is a snap of some props I saw sitting around on my way through TV Centre this morning. They could be empties from the Newsnight green room.

barrel.JPG


Comments

  1. At 09:17 AM on 26 Sep 2007, Fearless Fred wrote:

    That mascot looks a little angry to me!

  2. At 09:36 AM on 26 Sep 2007, iClaudius wrote:

    Sebastian could do with a little plucking. Very Denis Healey.

  3. At 09:59 AM on 26 Sep 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    Testing

  4. At 10:16 AM on 26 Sep 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    Eddie,
    So where's that photo I sent you.

  5. At 11:01 AM on 26 Sep 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    testing 2

  6. At 11:25 AM on 26 Sep 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    testing 2

  7. At 11:28 AM on 26 Sep 2007, Gillian wrote:

    His eyes are too close together...oh, Sebastian's, not Roberto's!

  8. At 11:40 AM on 26 Sep 2007, UptheTrossachs wrote:

    Suddenly, all is clear. I have been 502ed. Now I know what you are all going on about

    The plants look like they could do with some water, although the one on the left may already have died

  9. At 12:22 PM on 26 Sep 2007, RJD wrote:

    Well I for one think that 502 is class"

  10. At 12:31 PM on 26 Sep 2007, jonnie wrote:

    From the refuge - on AA

    ---------------------------------------------------------

    demographer @ Sun, 16 Sep 2007 20:56:31 BST:

    I was really disappointed that a number of the people getting through to "Any Answers" were banging on about over-population being the big problem facing the world and that more than overwhelmed the profligate use of oil and other natural resources by people in the West.

    I was even more disappointed that Eddie Mair was obviously not knowledgable enough to set them straight.

    The fact is that fertility is now very low or falling rapidly in almost every human population. But for some reason people this fact just doesn't seem to sink in.

    ----------------------------------------------------------

    I'm surprised there's not been more comment on 'canned laughter' personally!

    For those who missed Any Answers' one contributor did not believe that people could laugh at Radio 4's comedy output. - very funny - Hrumph!

  11. At 12:41 PM on 26 Sep 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    testing3

  12. At 01:53 PM on 26 Sep 2007, Chris Ghoti wrote:

    Does 2 really need testing *twice*? :-)

    Yippee -- that wasn't a 502, it was malicious.

  13. At 02:01 PM on 26 Sep 2007, Chris Ghoti wrote:

    Well, I wrote a nice frivolous comment for you, asking whether 2 really needed testing twice.

    It got a 502; then it got a 'malicious'; then it got a 'stalled'; finally it threw me back to a different thread! I wonder what will happen this time.

  14. At 05:17 PM on 26 Sep 2007, David McNickle wrote:

    Ed,
    Was that two Testing 2s or one Testing 2 twice, ie, repeated?

  15. At 10:30 PM on 26 Sep 2007, Sid Cumberland wrote:

    Your right? Or his right?

    Sid

  16. At 10:59 PM on 26 Sep 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    I had made a witty remark (well, in a manner of speaking) about Paxo and Miliband and whether the empty barrels explained Goliath's attack on little David last night - but Room 502 swallowed up my pearls, as it is swallowing up the pearls of fellow froggers, and, well, it's all a bit disheartening, isn't it?

  17. At 11:40 AM on 27 Sep 2007, Dr Hackenbush wrote:

    Is this working? I wondered, or tried to, whether these barrels are used by Blue Peter to drown kittens....

  18. At 11:48 AM on 27 Sep 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    pic one, v good, is it Donald Ducks angry sis?.

    pic two, also v good, but I thought it was the empties from the Nortern Rock shareholders party after the BoE bailed them out..

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