Monday, May 7, 2007

UPDATE!!* Random Flickr Blogging IMG_3655


IMG_3655
Originally uploaded by Scott Joyce.
Random Flickr-blogging explained.

The people of Chapelfield had no idea their "sculpture" was in reality a General Products Hull #2.

Too obscure?

*Update: Explanation here.

General Explanation at top of page, a few paragraphs down the specifics of a #2.

Sorry for my geekdom. I read this book about 40 times when I was about 16-19.

12 comments:

Generik said...

I generally appreciate the more obscure references, but I have to admit I'm at a loss here.

I'll take your word for it, though, and chuckle as if I get the joke. Heh heh.

Brave Sir Robin said...

Tryhere

Steve H. said...

It sort of resembles the Lying Bastard, but I can't tell from the photo whether the Slaver stasis field has been activated or not, so, yes, too obscure.

Brave Sir Robin said...

I can't tell from the photo whether the Slaver stasis field has been activated or not, so, yes, too obscure.

:)

LOL

George said...

Your link isn't working but Wikipedia helped me out...sorry, but I know David Niven, not Larry.

The Minstrel Boy said...

my first thought of that one was "mormon architecture"

Ben Varkentine said...

Um...am I the only person whose first thought was...yes, I must be. It's just my pervy head. Never mind.

Brave Sir Robin said...

I updated with a link.

Generik said...

OH!!

Okay, now I get it. Ha!

Brave Sir Robin said...

OH!!

Okay, now I get it. Ha!


You're too kind.

;)

SAP said...

Wow. That was totally not what I thought when I saw it.

And neither was that, either.

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