Tuesday, May 30, 2006

How to use superlon

Today I'm feeling so ancient I'm presenting you a Superlonian relic of some sort.

The first public appearance of superlon.
It's light. It's dust free. It's elastic. It's easy to cut and glue.
Click the photo, turn on the volume, light your fires and fasten your seat belts.

16 comments:

Dave said...

I tried to work out from the picture what it is. It's some form of woven furnishing material?

Very exciting, whatever.

Dave said...

Sorry, I hadn't realised it was a video link.

It had the feel of a 60's Scandanavian porn-movie (not that I've ever watched one, of course; perhaps I meant it felt like what I imagine a 60's Scandanavian porn-movie would be like). Especially when the lad threw the girl down on the grass.

Presumably it's been edited for a younger audience.

Interpreter Pavlov said...

My Superlon 23 comment includes all 'superlon' material, of course.

taigathefox said...

Dave, you keep me surprised every day :)

I was thinking earlier what happens if you light a fox and I just got it: a fox fire, of course.

Dave said...

I do my best.

Anonymous said...

Happy Bithday!

taigathefox said...

Thanks anonymous (who ever you might be), I'm a relic as well :)

(Bith, an alien race from Star Wars?)

occasional poster of comments said...

A little birthday gift.

taigathefox said...

OPC. This one year foxier full enchilada is still lost with words. I have never had a whole blog post or a carved melon as a present. Thank you :)

occasional poster of comments said...

Bonus gift:

I just spotted something on the BBC Radio website, a short story read by Julian Rhind-Tutt: From the Fourth Row. I haven't listened to it, but apparently it lasts 15 minutes and is only available until Sunday or Monday. If you search around, though, I think you might be able to find software that will record it whilst it plays.

(If the link doesn't work, try this one.)

Dave said...

I've just realised that I forgot to actually say Happy Birthday.

I've cut out a bunch of flowers from some Superlon I found lining an old jacket, and have posted them too you.

In my mind, anyway.

Dave said...

to, not too. Sorry, wouldn't want to lead you astray.

taigathefox said...

OPC; you're spoiling me. What could be more pleasant way to start a day than listen to JRT playing an artist in Prague. Thanks :)

Dave; Thank you for the extraordinary superlon-flowers :)

Interpreter Pavlov said...

Oh!

Oh!

Did I miss it?

Oh, the shame. After all those clues, too.

G G A G C B
G G A G D C
G G G'E Dear Taiga
F F E C D C

taigathefox said...

And I got some beautiful music, too. Thank you, IP :)

occasional poster of comments said...

Somehow I thought JRT as an artist in Prague would appeal :)

I had a listen afterwards - quite a nice, hopeful little story.