Being the busy editor that I am, I don’t get to update this blog as often as I’d like. Still, here are a few pictures from when I recently (around a month ago now) went to Pisa and Florance in Italy.
Here’s an Italian pidgeon that’s perched on some statue. Despite the fact that it lives in another country, it sounds exactly the same like an English pidgeon.
This is the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It’s easy to identify this monument as there is a sign next to it saying Leaning Tower of Pisa and lots of idiots have their picture taking in front of it so it looks like they are trying to push the thing over. Apparently no one is allowed to take a photo of the tower unless they do the same thing at least ones.
Here’s the Umbrella Logo from the Resident Evil series. This is obviously undisputed proof that the T-Virus actually comes from Italy. Therefore whenever a new game comes out you’ll never have to listen to the awful story that accompanies it as you now know the actual answer.
Here’s my gorgeous wife, Melanie enjoying an icecream in Florance. When ordering icecreams point to the smallest cone possible, otherwise you’ll end up paying £6.50 for one like my wife did. It was bloody nice, but then you’d expect it to be for an insane price like that.
This last picture is particularly interesting as the Italian government has obviously stolen Sega’s Dreamcast logo, stuck a hose on it and is trying to pass it off as an emergancy sign. If there is any justice in the world, the money Sega gets back from the Italian government for wrongful use of their logo will be used to fund Dreamcast 2. Oh sorry, Nintendo’s already done that…