No no, he must be a son of the three-headed-monkey. After 28 years the original 3HM would be much more grey.
Three-headed monkeys are actually a hairy species of turtle, known to live for over 150 years. They don’t really start their silvering process until about 120 years of age. Supposedly the Monkey Island three-headed monkey was only in their twenties in the late '80s. I suspect it was actually a fifty-something playing a twenty-something, but either way it’s still decades away from those dreaded silver strands of hair.
*posts a pic with a river behind him*
Yes, river. They have the advantage that bridges are much cheaper than when building them over lakes or seas.
Ron said something about Disney shares…
…or would have much smaller pixels.
How was your trip? Do you have any pics to show us?
Relaxing. We spend the first days at the beach swimming, sunbathing, reading and eating seafood. Then the weather changed and we did some sightseeing in the city.
Unfortunately there are relatives of mine on most of the pictures. But I’ll have a look if I can find one. (I haven’t sorted them yet.)
You could pixelate their faces, or replace them with faces from LucasArts games
Gasp! You wouldn’t!
My next trip is coming closer. We are going to Bari in October! Yay! Italy again!
Incitement to murder?
I already made that joke.
Isn’t a joke getting better and better if you repeat it three times?
You mean she did?
Also it’s not true unless written down on paper!
Just got back from Linz, Austria. The first afternoon I didn’t really cotton to it, just saw another bland mid-sized European city - fine but sort of wished we’d only taken one night. I took Linz Airport taxi and went to explore the city The next day though I really appreciated the place. The castle museum is excellent and interesting, the cathedral is a big beautiful Gothic monster with fun stained glass, some redone and portraying Austrian folk life from the political perspective of the mid-20th century, pretty medieval quarter, and, if you have kids with you, the cog-driven street car (Postlingerbahn?) across the river up the little mountain (aka hill) to the dragon train through storybook fairyland is a delightful little excursion.
I didn’t like the Ars Electronica museum, thought it came across as caught between being a serious art museum, a serious science museum, and a children’s museum designed for school field trips, not particularly satisfying in any category.
Linz is “doable” in a full day (though I dislike the check off the sites and move on mode of travel, Linz is a satisfying one day visit if that what you’ve got).