Google Denmark, the search terms campari+churchyard (any ideas why?) and hit Søg
What does one get?
Item one: On Spatial Reference Frames in Qualitative Motion Representation; item two is the same in html. Third page links to the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service and then there's something about historic motor racing. What on earth made him come here?
Elsewhere: ITN. This once mighty newsgathering organisation are repeatedly plumbing the depths of crass, pointless and insensitive reporting and tonight's 6.30 bulletin must have been one of the worst ever. They are making much of some footage of the penultimate few moments of JFK's life in Deeley Plaza. Note penultimate. It's not the "moment of history" they're billing it as, that happened a few seconds after the cameraman stopped filming, perhaps explaining why it's been kept in a drawer for 43 years. The man who could have put an end to Oliver Stone's career in one fell swoop, embarrassed because he'd saved a few frames for later. Earlier in the same bulletin, top presenter Mary Nightingale, in a piece on teenage gun culture, interviews one of the survivors of the Birmingham salon shooting, the sister of one of the 3 victims. "How did your family take it?" must rank as one of the most inane and heartless questions I've ever heard in a news item. Again, the same bulletin features an item on the arrest of the alleged letter bomber. Note "alleged". He's not stood trial and been convicted. Yet. The police knew this and referred to him anonymously. Twat ITN reporter referred to "sources locally" naming him as...That's it then. Why bother with a justice system when we've got Independent Television?
This will be my last post using old Blogger. They've caught up with me at last and I'll be kneecapped if I try and log in under the old system. Wish me luck.