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Curiositwitty New Flashes!

Saturday, 18 April 2009

Hello

Hello you and welcome to the Museum of Curiosity's new residence.

While museumofcuriosity.com undergoes some major renovating, and instead of waiting outside in the cold, we've decided to bunk up on the comfy sofa in the lounge of our good friend blogger.com.

Over the next few weeks we'll be publishing information from the first series, our plans for the future, and general thoughts.

When the new series begins on May 4th we'll be adding additional behind the scenes articles, competitions and new drawings, as well as more general thoughts.

So a lot is going to be happening. We hope you join us for the chats we hope to have on the below comment bars.

Anyway, please say hello and let us know what you're thinking about.

Dan

9 comments:

  1. Hello!
    Have you deliberately misspelt Independent as Independant in the delicious quote?

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  2. Hi incurable hippie. Thanks for visiting. I suppose this is the guest book. You're our first visitor.

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  4. Ah, no that was a mistake. If the Museum's head of words, Emma-Lee Moss, were here right now she would smack me across the head.

    Thanks for saving me the beating.

    Your are hereby known as Guest Book signee No. 2 (or No. Toots)

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  5. I am very much looking forward to trudging round your echoing galleries on a wet afternoon. Or a dry afternoon. Or any afternoon, for that matter.

    I think it appropriate that you set up The Friends of the Museum of Curiosity for interested parties to join. If nothing else, I'm sure you could use it as some kind of tax dodge.

    I wish you continued success.

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  6. Hi Dan et al

    Great to see the blog up at last. Anything I can do to help, jut ask. I look forward to endless curiousness.

    S

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  7. "Be not curious in uneccessary matters: for more things are shrewd unto thee than men understand" (Ecclesiasticus - St Matthew)
    As far as I'm concerned anything in the book of old Elasticus is a strech of the imagination - hee hee!!

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  8. Sorry "Stretch of the imagination"!!

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