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We are called Legion by Tycho-Skies

Finish is nicely refined, although the head looks a little flat. Going from the position of the body I'm guessing this is a view of the...


John McCool
United Kingdom
Old warhorse.

Current Residence: UK - for the next few years
Favourite genre of music: Reggae
Favourite photographer: Kingsley Laignell
Favourite style of art: Monochrome, sepia, 35mm film
Operating System: The system I am operating
MP3 player of choice: phonograph
Shell of choice: Turtle
Wallpaper of choice: Lowes own brand
Skin of choice: Mine
Favourite cartoon character: Fisk
Personal Quote: If it ain't broke, you just ain't trying hard enough
So there's one fox attack per year and suddenly the BBC and Boris Johnson are making out like it's a huge problem and calling for a culling on foxes.

In 2012 there have been 6450 dog attacks that have ended in hospitalisation.

No-one has been killed by foxes, whereas eight children and six adults have been killed in dog attacks since 2005.

Where is the public outcry for the culling of dogs?

According to the NHS the numbers of bites reported break down like this.

Over 80% - dogs

Under 15% - cats

Over 5% - humans

And now with this one attack 0.01% - foxes

From this we understand a) foxes make safer pets than dogs and b) humans are more likely to eat their own children than foxes.

More to the point, the fox attacks over the past three years have been on children inside their own bedroom. This means that all three foxes have managed to negotiate external doors and windows, internal doors (including spring-loaded fire doors) and the doors into the children's bedrooms. So foxes have evolved either wings to fly through the children's upstairs bedroom windows or opposable thumbs . . . or the parents aren't being entirely honest.

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AmongTheFirst Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much for the favorite!:icongrin--plz::iconfav3dplz::highfive:
FizzyPopJnr Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for adding Adventure had as new face to your favourites!
AmongTheFirst Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much for the favorite!:icongrin--plz::iconfav3dplz::highfive:
Aya-Wavedancer Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014
Psst! I know you're a bit of a Bugatti fan- the engine was a 1.5 liter 4 in the T37, correct? And what would be the difference between the T37A Grand Sport and the T43, mainly? I think the program from the Hershey elegance has incorrect information on the T37. Hope you can help!
truemouse Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014
T37A was a supercharged version of the T37. It was a continuation of the T35 and so the interesting thing about these would be the pioneering use of alloy wheels to reduce unsprung weight despite the inclusion of an integrated brake system into the wheel.

The T40 series was the next generation of more civil, grown up, sensible larger cars.
Aya-Wavedancer Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014
Yes, and I think the Elegance's program is incorrect on one issue. I think the T37A had a 1.5 L supercharged 4, and the program says it has a 2.5 supercharged 8. I know customers did odd things to their Bugattis, but I think it's an error.

From Leno's discussion, the T37 series was also a more economical way to buy a Bugatti and race it.
wr515 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
Thank you for the lama
FFDP-Korpiklaaniguy Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014
Thank you for the :+fav:
organicvision Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014   Photographer
Honk honk! Thanks John for faving Turicum by organicvision
RingaStingoFrodo Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the Fav :)
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