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    New Science Museum Exhibit

    I WANNA GO!!!!!!

    Is anyone here close to this place? Please go to this and report back. Its open March 28th thru Nov 1st.


    Techno-trousers, the Telly-scope and the Shopper 13, Wallace is famous for his wacky contraptions! Join him and Gromit as they guide you through the world of inventions to discover how simple ideas can transform into life-changing devices.

    In this fun family experience see some of the greatest objects ever invented, plus some of the first ever patented inventions from the Science Museum's collection.

    What device in your house could you not live without? Let Wallace's expertise inspire you to develop your own idea for the next big thing.

    This is an inspirational and sensory journey of discovery not to be missed!

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    Heute der Enteteich... Oli's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orleander View Post
    I WANNA GO!!!!!!

    Is anyone here close to this place?
    What do you mean by "close"?
    50 yards?
    200 miles (me, just I think).
    4 parsecs?

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    For this, I'm thinking same planet.
    Oli...how close are you???

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    Drive straight down the motorway - about 2.5 hours.
    And then driving in through London - about 5 hours.
    But I have no car...

    About 200-250 miles for me, but I'm sure we've got to have someone closer to the Science Museum than that.

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    well, you have a bike right? It doesn't close til Nov 1st. You have plenty of time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orleander View Post
    well, you have a bike right?
    Not anymore.
    I'm a complete pauper

    Hell, if I'd had the bike my timings would have been
    To London - hour and half.
    Through London - hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oli View Post
    Not anymore.
    I'm a complete pauper

    Hell, if I'd had the bike my timings would have been
    To London - hour and half.
    Through London - hour.
    hmmmm, how about becoming a sex therapist? Or a certified penguin skinner?

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    Might go there. I've got railway tickets that go through london that I can't use for anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve100 View Post
    Might go there. I've got railway tickets that go through london that I can't use for anything else.
    auk! pleeeeeeeeeeeease go and post pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orleander View Post
    hmmmm, how about becoming a sex therapist?
    Done that...

    Or a certified penguin skinner?
    Couldn't do that.
    I don't always see things in terms of black and white

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oli View Post
    ....I don't always see things in terms of black and white
    I can't believed I actually laughed at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orleander View Post
    I can't believed I actually laughed at that.
    You know you loved it.
    Admit it.

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    I admit nothing. It was a pity laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oli View Post
    Hell, if I'd had the bike my timings would have been
    To London - hour and half.
    Through London - hour.
    Time spent under wheels of a number 12 bus. Priceless.

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    That is so cool! Mrs. Fraggle is the world's biggest Wallace and Gromit fan! (Although "Curse of the Were-Rabbit" was a little underwhelming, not as good as "The Wrong Trousers.") We gotta find a way to get to England this year!

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    I'll be down in London soonish, might swerve by, as it's free to get in, it's rude not to.

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    Who are Wallace and Gromit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti-Flag View Post
    Time spent under wheels of a number 12 bus. Priceless.
    Now that was funny!

    I chuckled.. loudly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orleander
    This is an inspirational and sensory journey of discovery not to be missed!
    Meh. Now if it were Sean the Sheep, I would be buying a ticket for the next flight!

    I adore Sean the Sheep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phlogistician View Post
    I'll be down in London soonish, might swerve by, as it's free to get in, it's rude not to.
    It's worth a visit, but the exhibitions are always extra, quite a lot extra if there's a few of you and you visit more than one.

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    I might be in London next month, still working out the logistics. If I have an opportunity, I'll take a dekko.

    Looks interesting

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