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Author Topic: What would animals' rights and the health and safety folks say about this?  (Read 527 times)

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Ever seen African lions riding the Wall of Death before? And enjoying it? Watch this video clip and weep with disbelief.

Amazing and unique old Pathe newsreel video footage from 1934 is now just one click away. They did things differently back in 1934....

http://theoldmotor.com/?cat=11&paged=2

The site, theoldmotor.com, is a treasure-find for any old car enthusiasts (or even for just nosey browsers). Once you start clicking into their archive list (down the left hand side of the web page) you won't be able to stop.

The photography of a very different bygone age is truly exceptional and the texts are remarkably informative and interesting even for me, a renowned life-long non-car nut.

The texts are also nicely written and extremely well cross-referenced for further obsessional clicking. Do not enter unless you have a few happy hours to kill.

What would animals' rights organisations say about this video?


PS  Ever seen a streamlined art deco Rolls Royce with circular doors? Check out the Phantom 1 custom-built beauty from the Jazz Age in 1925 on...

http://www.messynessychic.com/2013/08/26/13-things-i-found-on-the-internet-today-vol-xxxvi/

It's the second article as you scroll down. I want one!


PS The rest of this (somewhat stupidly named) Messy Nessy Chic site is a goldmine of zany weird and wonderfuls. Keeps me lashed to the laptop for hours browsing around it!
« Last Edit: 30 August, 2013, 10:05:51 AM by P-Kasso2 »
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