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 Post subject: FW in Daily Mail
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2008, 05:43 
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I forgot to mention there was a two page spread in yesterday's (28/01/07) Daily Mail featuring Invisibles. Disappointingly there was only a microscopic reference to Nipples (which is a first for the Daily Mail) and FilmWise in the corner of the page.

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 Post subject: Re: FW in Daily Mail
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2008, 06:01 
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Gren wrote:
I forgot to mention there was a two page spread in yesterday's (28/01/07) Daily Mail featuring Invisibles. Disappointingly there was only a microscopic reference to Nipples (which is a first for the Daily Mail) and FilmWise in the corner of the page.

Was it on Page 3?

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 Post subject: Re: FW in Daily Mail
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2008, 06:02 
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Batman wrote:
Gren wrote:
I forgot to mention there was a two page spread in yesterday's (28/01/07) Daily Mail featuring Invisibles. Disappointingly there was only a microscopic reference to Nipples (which is a first for the Daily Mail) and FilmWise in the corner of the page.

Was it on Page 3?


No, then it would have been a reverse-Invisible: only flesh, no clothing.


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 Post subject: Re: FW in Daily Mail
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2008, 06:05 
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Nunis wrote:
Batman wrote:
Gren wrote:
I forgot to mention there was a two page spread in yesterday's (28/01/07) Daily Mail featuring Invisibles. Disappointingly there was only a microscopic reference to Nipples (which is a first for the Daily Mail) and FilmWise in the corner of the page.

Was it on Page 3?


No, then it would have been a reverse-Invisible: only flesh, no clothing.

You know, that's a pretty good idea for a website.

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 Post subject: Re: FW in Daily Mail
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2008, 06:16 
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Batman wrote:
Nunis wrote:
Batman wrote:
Gren wrote:
I forgot to mention there was a two page spread in yesterday's (28/01/07) Daily Mail featuring Invisibles. Disappointingly there was only a microscopic reference to Nipples (which is a first for the Daily Mail) and FilmWise in the corner of the page.

Was it on Page 3?


No, then it would have been a reverse-Invisible: only flesh, no clothing.

You know, that's a pretty good idea for a website.

Never mind. After some quick research, it appears there is a glut of these so-called businesses already established on the Interweb.

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And for the record, I don't buy the Daily Mail; I could care more about whatever Dianagate XXI: The Tunneling is up to today.

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