Monday, September 23, 2013

Dog Poo Leads To Double Murder

Often on this blog, we take a lighter look at life.
There is, however, nothing funny about this news report.
A double murder following a year long dispute over dog  poo and noise.
It's the "lower level" matters, that need to be addressed to keep neighbourhoods safe!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

An Eastbourne Who Dunnit!

Operative SR recently had occasion to visit Northumberland Court in Eastbourne.
Mindful of the need for vigilance and also to keep his shoes clean, he spotted the following deposit in a communal, grassed area.
Needless to say, he was immediately gripped by a need to trace the offender and so he embarked upon an investigation fit to grace the pages of a Sherlock Holmes novel.
Not long into his enquiry he discovered a likely culprit lurking nearby. He surreptitiously took a picture and we can reveal the identity of the suspected offender below.

Now try telling me that that's a benign substance! Do we need to expand the remit of this blog? I leave the decision to our readers!

Monday, September 09, 2013

Purchasing Dog Faeces?

Not something I would seek to do but then, I am not everyone!
Ric Conroy clearly feels that dog excrement is there to be bought and sold. The person he asks clearly doesn't.
Let's hope he doesn't approach anybody, who is unstable and aggressive!

Sunday, September 01, 2013

Brian - he'll save everyone of us !

I was watching TV last night when an advert for - the price comparison website - came on. In the advert a robot called Brian was seen to rumble across a car park and offer to help a man in his car save money on his car insurance.

Then it struck me - if the scientists can create a friendly robot to travel the land offering to help humans with their insurance quotes, then maybe they can create a robot that will travel the land offering to pick up dog crap for us instead ?

The reason people don't pick up after their dog is that they can't be bothered and are lazy. But a robot, such as Brian, never gets bored or lazy and would happily pick up dog faeces all day if we asked it to. Brilliant !!

But it appears my flash of inspiration came too late. The scientists from the GRASP lab at the University of Pennsylvania have done just that and created P.O.O.P S.C.O.O.P - a friendly robot (not unlike Brian) who looks for dog poops and then scoops them up.

Check out the video of the P.O.O.P S.C.O.O.P robot in action and imagine how clean the world would be if we could adapt Brian to do the same while at the same time giving us a good insurance deal on our car!

Enjoy the marvel of the technology we will all be using in the future :-)

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