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Apparently, as reported on the local BBC news, the hideous looking
installation has magically disappeared.

On 10/8/15, Mike Weatherley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Sent: 07 October 2015 17:26
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>>Curiously the 'hole' in the spoon, according to its creator,  is to make it
>> unusable.
>
> ! Talk about overkill... as if bending a spoon doesn't make it useless
> already :-) Incidentally, there was an interesting documentary on BBC 4 last
> week about the illusionist 'The Amazing Randi', who successfully proved
> Geller (and other self-professed paranormal performers) to be a charlatan,
> employing standard stage-illusionist techniques (see his book: 'The Truth
> about Uri Geller'). Now, if Geller can make the housing crisis disappear...
>
> Mike (BSc)
>
>
> On 10/7/15, John Wood <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> This hideous monstrosity, featured on the local news last night, now
>> adorns a leafy lane in Berkshire and apparently is there to
>> commemorate the life of Uri Gella, who lives nearby.
>>
>> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-34446955
>>
>> Fingers crossed that he will have to remove it. Not only can he bend
>> spoons, but seemingly planning regulations too.
>>
>> He put it up without seeking planning permission.
>>
>> But what it worrying is that some people seem to like it!
>>
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