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24th May 2013 12:08am
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Wrong Turn: 1921 Transformed

I always find pictures from years ago very interesting and like getting a feeling of how life used to be back in the day, but one thing that I do like too is when pictures are restored or brought more up to date (i.e; coloured in). Not more so than one that I found online earlier.

The picture, titled Wrong Turn: 1921 from the National Photo Company shows an old car that's broken. The original picture is in pretty much colourless as you can see below.

Wrong Turn: 1921

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9th May 2013 07:09pm
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How To Stop Spam On Your Website

Update: Post Updated 9th June 2013 08:09pm

Automated spam is wild now-a-days on the internet and if you run your own website, you'll know that there's many methods you can use when you encouter spam to deter it. However, one easy way I've found, which is VERY simple and easy to do is by creating a simple checkbox that if left unticked will tell your script that the person is not human and will not continue sending their message.

On your form

<input type="checkbox" name="notbot"> Tick this box to confirm you're not a bot.

On your script

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10th Jan 2013 04:42pm
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Pectus Excavatum: Pre-Op Assessment

Talk about an early trip... the roads were foggy as hell when we left at 8.40am to head to Birmingham Heartlands Hospital for my appointment - which thankfully it's just a straight road from Atherstone all the way there, so we got there in time. After walking about a mile to the Pre-Op assessment area (seriously, the hospital is huge!) I was immediately seen for a MRSA test (which just requires them to swab both your nostrils), then I was immediately sent for an XRay, which I did get lost - even with the help of a map (below), I... [read more]

9th Jan 2013 02:36pm
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Pectus Excavatum: Bar Removal

Well it's been 2 years, 4 months and 22 days - or 875 days or 125 weeks or 21,000 hours or 1,260,000 minutes or 75,600,000 seconds, however you want to put it, since I had the Nuss Procedure to have my chest corrected because of a birth deformality I had called Pectus Excavatum (where the chest wall goes inwards - NOT to be confused with Pectus Carinatum which is where the chest comes out and IS the one called Pigeon Chest). I was told a few months ago that the bar is ready to come out and that it'll be... [read more]

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