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During Toddler Hour on December 11, from am we will be hosting a special event: a puppet-making workshop! Bruce, our storyteller, will be helping children make their very own puppets. These puppets will then appear in a magical Christmas puppet show the following Monday. Foyles Bristol are delighted to be hosting the Picture Book Club South West - a book group for grown-ups who love picture books - as they welcome prolific children's author Sean Taylor to their December meeting. Their music is both composed and improvised, often performed with video projection.
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From to , J. He dropped out of medical school after two years, then dropped out of English after a year; he quit his flying career similarly. After that came a succession of short-lived, low-level jobs: encyclopaedia salesman, porter and copywriter. Ballard married in , and his first child in was followed by two more soon after; he was under serious financial pressure and help was given only stintingly by his disapproving parents. During this time he had sold a couple of short stories to Ted Carnell , who must have twisted his arm to come to the World SF Convention in London, in — the year of Sputnik, the apogee of space opera.
Carnell himself was Chair of the convention and John W Campbell was guest of honour and prize speaker. I was disillusioned and demoralized. When Ballard began his tenure there, it was a fairly dour journal, still mired in the post-war years. I wrote a few articles — scientific reporting — and I reviewed scientific books. The few pages he did actually produce are obviously influenced by his new-found skills in layout work:.
Moorcock published them in New Worlds three or four years ago. They were like chromosomes in a way, because so many of the subsequent ideas and themes of mine appeared in those pages. I used to make these things up! Interestingly the middle two pages are transposed in New Worlds compared to the photograph of the hoarding at the start of this article. The erotic beauty of the tail fin, for example, is much in evidence:. Or is he part of the electromagnetic spectrum? Eventually he would abandon the task, and sit down in the dust, watching the shadows emerge from their crevices at the foot of the blocks.
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The Science of Dreams. By Edwin Diamond. The hypothesis that the rapid eye movements observed at intervals throughout sleep might indicate the occurrence of a dream was apparently confirmed by the ability of subjects roused during these periods to recount their dreams with remarkable clarity and detail; this occurred in the case of persons who claimed they had never previously dreamed.
Of course, that includes us, so let's make our way over there. First, though, in the distance shot, look to the right of the waterfall on the same level as you. Hidden behind the palm trees is a red and white striped object - click on it, and you'll see a dildo dance away! There are 32 of these hidden throughout the game for you to find as a play on "Where's Waldo;" fun stuff, huh?
To win the contest, you will have to compete in a number of events - highest scorer wins. Next to the left chair in the middle row, there is another red and white striped dildo to click. Feel free to look around the room a little more, but there's not much else to do, so walk down towards the bottom right into the next screen. You'll see Johnson, the bartender, in a window. Click on him and talk to him 2 to bring up a closeup view, as well as a list of available topics.
On the left side of the window is a little knot in the wood, with something red and white just barely visible - yup, another "Where's Dildo? Go ahead and exit this closeup, walk down one screen, and then click on the door below the stage to exit the lounge. That's your cue to Scratch-n-Sniff the appropriate box on the card that came with your game. Also, you may see a burly Pirate woman, with various janitorial equipment as a peg-leg.
Go ahead and talk to her note, you can also talk to her anywhere on this level, as she moves around. After you introduce yourselves, a dialog box with several conversation topics will come up. I'd recommend going through all of them eventually, because she has some pretty entertaining responses, but there are certain topics you should ask about in particular, eventually. Ask Peggy about her peg leg 11 , and she'll tell you that combining KZ Jelly and deodorant spray make for quite an explosive combination.
You can also ask about "Other," then type in "Captain Thygh" to find out what a little hoochie mama the captain is! Go ahead and try other topics, but she doesn't seem to know much about anything else at least not yet. Anyways, once you've finished talking to her, in the top right corner, you should see a topiary shaped like a dildo - in the pot it's in is yet another "Where's Dildo. Walk left one screen, in the foreground you can also go behind the lounge entrance, but we will go there in just a little while.
As usual, take a close look at the various topiaries, especially the beaver one. That's not a turd sticking out of his rear end - it's a dildo! Click on it to claim another "Where's Dildo? You're done here for now, so walk left one more screen. My, those are some truly magnificent balls on that sheep - click on them, then select "take" to grab a pair of kumquats 2. Talk to Rod, and you'll find out that he ordinarily entertains children on the ship, although there are none on this particular cruise. Continue talking to him as many times as you want, and he'll make some balloon animals, ranging from eagles to owls.
Interestingly enough, they all look more like balloon cock-and-balls than wildlife. Anyways, once you're done being entertained, let's go check out your cabin. Near your feet is a bucket, and peeking out from behind it is another "Where's Dildo? Look some more around your room.
The toilet isn't working, and seems to be plugged up. Underneath the toilet is the clogged drain pipe, with a spray can sticking out of the end of it. Click on the can and take it 3 to unclog the pipe, then try to flush the toilet. You'll find that the drain pipe hasn't been connected to a water pipe in 34 years, so let's change that.
The water pipe is all the way across the room, near the steps, however, so we'll need to somehow connect the two. Got any ideas? Yup, the water hose. Try flushing the toilet again, and you'll see that it works 2! Now we can finally use it: click on the toilet and select "Other," than type in "piss" 1. While we're at it, let's go ahead and take a dump, as well: do the same thing, and type in "shit" 1. Various other verbs may work for the above, but you get the idea. When you're done, take the nearby toilet paper 2 , then go into your inventory and look at it 1.
By this point, you may have heard the announcement that someone has won a particular competition. Don't worry, though, as it wasn't one you were entered in, and there is no rush to get to the ones that you are in.
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You're pretty free to explore the various areas of the ship right now, but let's go ahead and check out the dining area, the Heaving Ho'. Pull up your map and click on the large blue area one deck below the Proud Lil' Seaman Lounge. Click on it and lick it, if you wish. For some reason, you lick her back instead of more Oh well Most of them look very appetizing, but in the Greek Salad is another "Where's Dildo? Once you've had a few bits, click on yourself and select "fart" 1 , then go ahead and smell your scratch-n-sniff card if you'd like.
Now, click on the meat carver to the right and look at him to bring up a closeup view of Wang. In the sausage tray to the right, you'll notice a strange striped one. Click on it to find another "Where's Dildo? Talk to him to get a serving of s'Pork, and then a second time to get another 9.
Out of s'Pork, Wang has to run and get more, leaving you free to pilfer as you please. Take the carving knife 3 and the heat lamp bulb 3 , and then exit the closeup. Walk into the doors on the left to enter the Kitchen. You'll throw the fish in the trashcan, but keep the magazine. Go into your inventory and read the magazine page 5 , and you'll obtain a recipe, which you'll need later. Also make sure to look at the large fish net 1 hanging from the ceiling, and the pink poodle, Fifi, in the top left corner 1.
Looking around the room some more, you'll see a pot in the bottom left corner, which you should take 2 , along with a salt shaker you should also nab 2.
Finally, click on the CaviarMaster and select "Operate" to squeeze out some fish eggs 1. That is about all we can do in here for now, so let's explore the P. Bounty a little more. Pull up your map, and go to the large pink circle, Das Grande Atriumo. Remember how we got out first dildo, behind the palm trees? Now, there is another one here - can you see it? It's on the same floor as you, on the side of the door. Click it for another "Where's Dildo? The first thing you will probably notice is another "Where's Dildo?
Now, look at the stuffed beaver atop the right shelf 1 , and start looking at the books as well. Certain books you may want to take a look at, and try to take, is the green one on the right shelf, about Fokker 2 , and the blue one on the bottom shelf, about electro- magnetism 2. It's not terribly important that you remember what these two books say, but keep them in the back of your mind. Now, walk around the right corner, and you should meet the librarian, Victorian Principles 3. A rather long list of topics should pop up, but go ahead and ask about all of them if you like.
If not, ask about "your book," and you will find out that she likes books that affirm moral principles - not that racy, spicy stuff. Also, choose "check out" and then "pile of books," and you'll discover that all those books are checked out to her. Look at the top one, and you'll see that it's a book called "Prudish and Proud. She won't let you take it however Whatever you type in, she'll look up for you on her computer, turning her back; quickly steal the mucilage before she turns back around 5!
You can also ask her about Captain Thygh, and she'll tell you that the captain spends all her time in her room. That's about it for now, so exit and pull out your map. Head over to the nearby Poop Deck. Look at them, and you'll meet the Juggs, Nailmi and her daughter, Wydoncha 3. Talk to them, especially about the "cruise," and then "heat," and you'll learn that silicone lubricant, spandex, and hot lights do NOT mix well! Also, you can select "other" and type in such things as "tits," "sex," and "hot tub" for more responses, just for fun.
When you're done, say goodbye, and they'll tell you to catch their show in the lounge later that night. Pull out your map, and let's head for the Clothing Optional Pool, on the same deck. Anyways, on the ground in the bottom left corner, partially hidden by the bushes, is another "Where's Dildo? You'll then meet the lovely Drew Baringmore when she accidentally gets sunscreen in her eyes, and you help her out with a towel. It seems like Drew is quite the history buff; she even wrote that book on Fokker, that you read in the library earlier.
You'll then talk to her about where you got your swimsuit 3 , but she seems a little disappointed. Anyways, a list of topics should come up. Ask about "clothing," and Drew will tell you that she has her cabin boy lock up her suitcase. She'll also order a "gigantic erection" cocktail from the waiter. If you choose "your book," she will just hand it over, as she's all done with it 11! Ask about Fokker 13 , and you'll discuss him for a little bit, while the camera slowly pans down DAMN, she makes you keep your eyes on her eyes.
Continue asking about Fokker- related topics, until you can ask her "my place? Well, she can't walk around the ship without any clothes, so you'll have to find him to get her dressed, before she can come back to your place. Once you've finished talking to her about everything, don't say "goodbye" quite just yet? See that pesky branch covering her breasts?
Click on it, and choose "other," then type in "push. By the way, if you had actually taken your eyes off Drew's tits, you might've noticed a little Easter Egg flashing in the top left corner. There are a few more in the game, and I'll definitely point them out to you. We're about done here for now, though, so say bye to Drew. After you exit out of the closeup, take the Persons Magazine sitting on the table, and you'll read an article about the Juggs 3.
Go into your inventory, and look at the book that Drew just gave you. Sound like anything a certain someone might like? Even though Victorian said that she didn't like spicy books, you could almost smell the estrogen in the air as she talked about them. Let's go pay her another visit: pull out your map and click on the library again. Remember how we got the mucilage? Select "other" and then type some random word in. While she's turned around, quickly take "Prudish and Proud" 6 , then go into your inventory and click on it and remove the book jacket 4.
Now, use the book jacket with "The Erotic Adventures of Hercules. You can also ask her about Drew Baringmore, by the way, but she won't turn her back for this one. Say "goodbye," then pull out your map and head back to the Proud Lil' Seaman Lounge. They were going to perform on this very stage, tonight! And remember what they told us about the prison performance fiasco? That hot lights, spandex, and silicone lubricant do not mix well. Well, we know that the Juggs always wear spandex, so that's taken care of. We happen to have some silicone lubricant from our cabin's drain pipe, in addition to the heat lamp from The Heaving Ho'!
All we need to do is somehow get all three of these things to mix again. Walk down one screen, and look above deck at the mast - you'll see that the spotlight for the stage is mounted on it. Also, if you try to go through the green door, Johnson won't let you in, because it's the Juggs' private dressing room. Remember our conversation with Drew, when she mentioned the Gigantic Erections she likes so much? Go over and talk to Johnson again. You should now notice some new topics. Select "Lime juice," and you'll get a glass of it 12 after you outwit him.
Now, order a "Gigantic Erection," and he'll go to make you one They take a while to make, so now's your chance! Exit the screen and go through the green door. Once in the dressing room, take a look around. In the bottom left corner, near the bales of hay, is another "Where's Dildo? Now, recall some more things people have told you. On the dressing table is a can of spray deodorant, which Peggy told us could make explosives. Sounds useful, right? In addition, the can of silicone lubricant we want the Juggs to spread all over themselves looks exactly the same!
Go ahead and play the karaoke machine on the back shelf if you wish, but make sure to press the red button to the right 4. Leave the dressing room, and Johnson will be ready with your drink. You should have notice that the crow's nest on the mast has lowered, and the spotlight is now reachable. Look at the lighting truss to bring up a closeup view, then take the spotlight bulb 5. Click on the empty socket and use your heat lamp bulb 5 , then exit the closeup view and talk to Johnson to order another Gigantic Erection. Once he leaves again, exit the screen and reenter the dressing room.
Push the red button a second time 4 , and you're through here. Exit the room, get your drink, then walk down one screen and through the door. Talk to her, and ask about the "cabin boy. We'll have to find him later, so that we can get Drew's suitcase of clothes. For now, though, let's head back into the lounge, to see if the Juggs' are ready to perform yet. Once their current song ends, they decide to do a little special, and ask for a volunteer.
You oblige, of course, and once onstage, the mix of the heat, silicone, and spandex gets the women all hot and bothered. Pretty soon, clothes are being ripped off, body parts are entangling, and tongues are a-licking! When it's all over, you head back to your room, but not before being photographed nude by a group of tourists.
We should probably go check on Victorian, so pull out your map and head back to the library. This is a pretty obscure one, but well worth the reward. I'll give you a hint: look at the magazine page you got from the kitchen, and look at the ingredients you need. Beaver milk? Now, how in the world would you get a thing like that? Well, there's that beaver on the right shelf, so click on it, select "other," and type in "milk," to try to milk the poor thing.
While you don't get any, you should see another easter egg flash in the top left corner of the screen. We'll check out the reward later, but for now, walk around the right corner to see Victorian. Only now, it's not Victorian anymore, but "Vicki. Anyways, there's another "Where's Dildo? Also, look at the computer screen 1 to see that she's playing Leisure Suit Larry 6. So, are you ready for another easter egg? This one will allow you to see Vicki nude!
Press and hold "Control" on your keyboard, then click on the leftmost guy on her computer screen - if you did it right, you should see the easter egg flash. Now, go ahead and start talking to Vicki about the various topics, but save "the weather" for last. While most of the action takes place behind the desk, you do get to see her for a little while, at least if you got the easter egg I told you about above.
Once you're done, she loans you a book jacket to get back to your room - unfortunately, it rips and an old woman sees you in all your glory. Now, if you're anything like me, you're probably horny again. Pull up your map, and let's go back to the library and try to get some more action from Vicki. Unfortunately, she's not going to prove it with you, and if you ask her to "prove it," she'll challenge you to find a way to do so.
Keep that in mind for now, and say "goodbye. Let's go see what that accomplished - pull out your map and head back to the Proud Lil' Seaman Lounge. Walk up onto the stage, and on the right side, you should see a long, rope-like object. Click on it, and take the clothing chase lights 5. Now, while still on the stage, walk left one screen, and another view should come up. Right in front of you will be a remote control, which you should grab 5. Turn it on 1 , and you will see that it controls the chase lights you picked up just a little while ago. Click on the mixer equipment that the remote control was on, and select "other," then type in "feel.
Exit the area, go down the stage steps, and down one screen. Talk to Johnson and order another Gigantic Erection, and then, you guessed it, sneak off and enter the Juggs' dressing room. Isn't it a little dangerous to be spraying hair spray butt-nekkid?