Thursday, 7 July 2011

Rhythm method, hugs, horses... oh, and crop circle

OK there was one smile this morning when I did an otherwise annoying edit job for a software-developing company in Russia: the boss said his team used "the rhythm method" to achieve results. And "big hugs" were due to those who got good results.

In the past 24 hours this formation appeared at Milk Hill, near Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, in the UK, famous for one of the hillside horses (on Tan Hill) which is shown in the aerial view, where turf has been removed and replaced by chalky white stones. The horse is NOT a crop formation: it's been there for several centuries. And this time the formation in the standing crop can reasonably be called a crop CIRCLE. Look at the scale: the human figures inside the circle are tiny. That's right. It's quite hard to even see them

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