How To Make A Bacon-Blanketed Turkey

“This is the turkey. I’ve been perfecting this for many years now. I must say, it is a showstopper, and delicious to boot, because I treat it well. I send my turkey to a bacon spa. It gets a salt scrub, a bacon butter deep tissue massage, a hand-woven bacon spa robe, some time in the sauna and a little tanning to finish it off. I’ve got a set of instructions here, more than a recipe, but this way there is enough detail to produce a beautiful bird.” w/ photos

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Granny Disturbed By Sex Ghost?

A grandmother claims she is being haunted by a poltergeist who gropes her as she tries to sleep. Doris Birch, 73, of Herne Bay, began experiencing the nocturnal disturbances in her flat four months ago. She said: “It’s like an octopus. I was lying in bed when I felt this creepy pair of hands. I kicked frantically and it went away. “I’ve tried sleeping without the duvet. I even threw the mattress off the bed and bought a new one but it has made no difference. “This is very creepy and is giving me the jitters. It’s harassing me. I need to call in the Ghostbusters.” Mrs Birch, who lives alone, says she has consulted a vicar who believes the disturbances are being caused by a ‘lost spirit’, according to the Canterbury Times. Methodist Minister Hugh-Nigel Sheehan of the nearby United Church confirmed he had been approached by Mrs Birch but had been unable to help.” w/ photo

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Bang Desk Lamp

“Bang! is a desk lamp with a gun-shaped remote controller. User can fire the ‘gun’ to turn the light off. The light goes out and the lampshade knocks to the side, showing that it’s been hit. To turn it back on, simply shot it again, and the lampshade will raise up slowly and turn the light back on at the same time.” — bitplayChannel

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History Of The Sky

“This is a year-long time-lapse study of the sky. A camera installed on the roof of the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco captured an image of the sky every 10 seconds. From these images, I created a mosaic of time-lapse movies, each showing a single day. The days are arranged in chronological order. My intent was to reveal the patterns of light and weather over the course of a year.” — obeyken

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