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Originally posted January 20 2006 at 21:01 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled. Last modified: 24 March 2006 at 01:01

See That Band Waggon

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Gateshead (Whale's location: Thames)

Everyone and his children must have blogged this already but it doesn’t seem possible to add anything more today without saying it. A whale! In the Thames! A real life bloody whale!! In the Thames! Quite surreal. Not surprising one guy apparently phoned in (to the news channels I assume) unsure if he was hallucinating or not. Just hope they find a way to save it (personally, though I don’t believe this is the best option, I just love the site of the thing being air lifted over London by helicopter)

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