*sigh* I feel so left out.. I don't think we really had a full street address where I came into the world. (Certainly, no street - just us on our little spur, and a few other houses off the main road. And a mailbox! I think there was even a phone booth, too)
And for some reason, that was first typed as "toad". Which does conjure up some wonderful James and the Giant Peach style imagery. Reminds me, I still haven't seen Tim Burton's version of that..
From the "incredibly long shot" department: I don't suppose anyone would have a subtitles file for Maratonci trce pocasni krug, a Serbian comedy about a family of undertakers? It looks promising, but being able to understand the dialogue would be helpful.
Could be interesting - a debate on the proposed UK ID card scheme, May 19, at the London School of Economics.
Beer of the Day: Wells' "Banana Bread Beer", a surprisingly well-balanced bitter, with only a modest fruit influence, yet still enough to be rewarding. It may sound like a peculiar combination, but it's easily worth a try. (Available, amongst other places, at Asda, as part of their uniform "any three for £4" pricing)
A classic piece of Farkery: replace the human actors in movies with other animals. (Note: on dialup, this will take until 2007 to load; but it's worth it. Where else will you see Cowboy Bebop the Movie, with Pokemon? So very, very wrong) Other submissions of note: Dances with People, Top Gun, Eraserhead, The X-Pets, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Saving Private Pug, and The Lyin' King (not Kimba, this time).
Good grief.. I was pleasantly surprised how well William Hague (former leader of the UK Conservative party) acquitted himself on Have I Got News For You. He really seemed to fit in. Maybe this should be a mandatory part of the General Election procedure? (If I could ever see Shrub in that position, I'd maybe not kill to see it, but at least breathe heavily on someone following a hearty evening of sushi)