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Ah, Mongolia. Boiled sheep bits. Yurts. Absolutely no fences anywhere. Mongolia celebrates the anniversary of its independence from China today - it broke away in 1923. Bet you didn't think you were going to learn that when you logged on this morning. And actually, today is also the anniversary of the first transatlantic satellite television communication (which happened in 1962). So when we saw this picture of a Mongolian Yurt dweller with an absolutely massive TV dish outside his tent we thought we could kill two birds with one stone, so to speak.

The winner of the caption competition for the second week running is Andy Partridge. Congratulations Andy; a bottle of Rhone red (Crozes-Hermitage Les Meysonniers 2003 M.Chapoutier) or a bottle of Italian white (Orvieto Classico Superiore San Gi...

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By Anonymous
17th Jul 2008 09:13

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When you said that you would convert the Granny Flat because my mother was coming to stay i didn't expect that!

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By adandy
16th Jul 2008 11:46

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Wow, is that the new 72in plazma tv. Yup, comes with freesat HD too.

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By Anonymous
15th Jul 2008 13:58

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Well, yes, the weather’s nice now. But Glastonbury’s here next week.

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14th Jul 2008 18:04

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With a revised budget to match its ratings, Channel 4 reveals the new Big Brother house.

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By Anonymous
11th Jul 2008 22:49

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But Attila the Chartered Accountant doesn't have the same ring to it

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By squay
11th Jul 2008 18:45

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Luke: I am looking for someone called Obi Wan Kenobi. Do you know if he lives around here?
Obi Wan: Now that's a name I haven't heard in a long long time.

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By mgh
11th Jul 2008 16:58

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Superior executive home, designed with the local vernacular style in mind, in this hugely popular commuter area, set next to public open spaces, and connected to a congestion-free road transport network.

Benefits include a state of the art entertainment & communication system, sustainable fuel heating, and high security door. Bold use of the "open plan" design concept means optimal utilisation of storage and living areas to provide an exciting internal space.

Viewing strongly recommended. O.I.R.O. £250,000. Part exchange available, livestock considered.

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11th Jul 2008 14:04

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"The UK government announce big cuts in GCHQ funding"

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11th Jul 2008 14:04

Voice from within tent
Yes it's fantastic. I got the first 3G Iphone. I can surf the web at speeds you wouldn't believe, it fits neatly in my pocket and the battery life is great.

Any problems?

Well only one, not worth mentioning really. The aerial won't fit in the car.

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11th Jul 2008 16:01

Or combining both comments...
GCHQ outsourced to Mongolia

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By Anonymous
11th Jul 2008 15:37

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Well, next time some Sky salesman calls around, tell them we’re on Virgin cable

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By Anonymous
11th Jul 2008 15:19

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Mongolian council estate.

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By Anonymous
11th Jul 2008 15:06

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Well, the TV’s fine now, but where’s my wok gone?

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11th Jul 2008 13:49

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Ah! So this is where all that outsourcing gets done!

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