Thursday, June 02, 2011
00562 Day 93, Henry's Handle
Right then, that's the register. Now can any one tell me what this is?
SMITH, STOP BADGERING FISTUP AND GET YOU FINGER OUT OF YOUR CREVASS!
If you could all turn to page 17 of the Fall 1995 edition of the Aerial Eye, we can begin.
What d'you mean, you don't have it?
WHAT?!?!? NONE OF YOU ?!?!?! ARE YOU MEANING TO TELL ME THAT NOT ONE OF YOU OWNS A FULL COPY OF THE AERIAL EYE ON CD!?!?!?
Right then! You can all stay in over lunch until you have written out "Henry's Handle was designed by Henry Jebe in order to solve the problem of temporarily anchoring a one line kite to a point on the ground (or seaborne platform), in order for the KAPer to ready his camera equipment before attaching it to the kite line" 2 x 10**5,000 times.
Until we break for lunch, you will all study these pictures and we will try to get by without the original text: