Porn Studios and Books

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At one time there was around ten of us and one of the guys found out that the top two floors are porn studios he hadn`t been to Cyberia before....

I was lent a copy of Neal Stephenson book called "Snow Crash".....

Hi to all of you,

Some of us from london 2600 had a mid month meetup at "Cyberia",

At one time there was around ten of us and one of the guys found out that the top two floors are porn studios he hadn`t been to Cyberia before and went to explore and walked into one of the rooms and saw a bed in the middle of the room surounded by lighting and cameras etc, he then realised someone else was in the room and retreated :-)

I was lent a copy of Neal Stephenson book called "Snow Crash" so for the last two days I have been taken up with reading and not doing much else,
The book is very hard to put down as the story moves very fast,

I am not going to tell you all about the book and spoil the story, apart from the comments below and that it`s worth finding and reading.

I think that the book would make a better film than "The Matrix",
and....I want a "Rat Thing"....pretty please!
I don`t think I would have much trouble with muggers with one of them around :-)

The weather has taken a turn for the worse, two days of rain and temperatures down to 5 C` make it not very conducive to "War Walking" :-(
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The Next Day.

It`s stoppped raining and is now 9C` so now I can go itnto town and get this blog online :-)Warchalking


See you all later.
TTFN
Here are some photos that I didn't have time to post before.
Fire at Reclaim the beach
Well it was going to be a few but I seem to be having a problem uploading at the moment :-(

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Hi Rat,

back online.. http://rat.r0gue.com has had a facelify and a mudpack applied.

Bestest Regards,

--
Rogue

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