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(Relax)   Guests at a Legoland theme park were asked to delete pictures of a Lego train that had gone off the track. Since this is Fark, you can bet at least one person didn't follow through with the request   (relax.com.sg) divider line 55
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2012-09-11 01:28:24 PM
I was expecting lego man body parts everywhere
 
2012-09-11 02:01:03 PM
Wanted:
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2012-09-11 02:31:25 PM

Krieghund: kidgenius:

It was a joke. I've pennied many a track with no-derailments to my name ;)

It all depends on how big the Penny is.

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I'd twirl my evil moustache as I split her rail.
 
2012-09-11 03:57:35 PM
If that's not the way to threaten guests, then what IS the way? Inquiring minds want to know...
 
2012-09-12 09:54:49 AM

Ant: Endive Wombat: Site is farked.

But I will say this - I do find it amusing how sheepishly people act when it comes to complying with a request like "please delete those pictures" from a private entity. They really can't do anything to you...so yeah.

Also: Eye-Fi FTW!!!

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My phone takes pictures just as well (maybe even better) as any point and shoot, and automatically uploads all my pics to dropbox.


Yes that is lucky for you indeed but can it take vertical shakey-vision videos like the youtube ones we all know and love?
 
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