Moving image formula Mixed by Robert (Paint Expert) at Bunning’s Warehouse, Where lowest prices are just the beginning. Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 25 responses to Moving image formula mikesteeden November 20, 2016 Why would anyone buy orange traffic cones when they sit roadside begging for a new home? Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 I am unsure, probably knitters would buy them. That clip though, the guys walking past were talking about how some guy got a drone to go to Bunnings (a hardware store here) and get a sausage (they sell them out the front, its tradition) and bring it back to him at home whilst he was in the bath. Apparently, it didn’t work out and the cops arrested him. mikesteeden November 20, 2016 Can a drone pick things up? Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 Not sure, but I’ve always wanted one mikesteeden November 20, 2016 I’ve considered getting a drone. The thing is I can barely turn a PC on (unless I speak to it nicely; buy it flowers and such like). Anyway, if I had a drone I would – for certain – crash it. Jessie Martinovic – Author November 21, 2016 I’m sure your son would be drone savvy , no? mikesteeden November 21, 2016 We saw one hurtling across the beach in Folkestone recently. I think it concerned him. A lot. He likes seagulls you see. Jessie Martinovic – Author November 23, 2016 They’re pretty cool. It is a concern them being available to mainstream society though. Hariod Brawn November 20, 2016 I saw the sausage being delivered to him in his pool, or hot tub, or whatever it was. Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 please do elaborate>? Hariod Brawn November 20, 2016 Here ya go Jessie: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/man-faces-9000-fine-for-using-a-drone-to-pick-up-a-bunnings-sausage-20161108-gsl3q2.html Jessie Martinovic – Author November 21, 2016 I really laughed so heartily at this , especially ‘it is unclear if the man asked for onions’. What a pivotal piece of information. The fact of a crowd funded fine pay , also provokes much sentiment. The poetics of ‘please buy snag and put in bag’ – riveting ! shehannemoore November 20, 2016 ah the adventures of ordinary things xxx Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 yippeee chrisbkm November 21, 2016 Sunday evening. I’m reading The Autumn of the Patriarch by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Surreal for certain. Shift over to “A World” and follow the travelling escapades of Moving Image paint. I believe Moving Image could be either a store detective, the manager, or the eccentric billionaire owner of the chain. Clearly an authority. Then who else but Mike Steeden shows up suggesting an orange traffic cone heist. Jessie counters with a drone transporting a sausage to a man in a bathtub (the cops arrest him??)… Lo and behold Hariod shows up WITH THE EVIDENCE that it’s really just another day. I’m so glad there’s a beer in the fridge with my name on it. This is the best party I’ve been to in a long time! Jessie Martinovic – Author November 21, 2016 Thanks for the book link! Escapades of moving image seems to be obnoxiously diligent. I don’t even know if those large words make sense but they just came to me! It is a great party indeed 🙂 thanks for the comment, it’s very much appreciated Chris Hariod Brawn November 20, 2016 You put the little fella in the pizza oven just as I was getting to like him! Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 do remember, it is indeed a ‘moving image’ and will likely re-position itself elsewhere. zoolonaudio November 20, 2016 The light on the still frame before the video starts look threatening. I like this. Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 thanks! Marissa Bergen November 20, 2016 The amazing adventures… Jessie Martinovic – Author November 20, 2016 never ending robert87004 November 20, 2016 Humor her, they might have said, she’s somewhat, you know………’artistic’. Love this, trying to imagine how you convinced them to let you….as for Stanley Dewalt and the magic pizza oven/paintcave… 😀 Jessie Martinovic – Author November 21, 2016 It’s definitely a me story or a me type of story. I read somewhere that it’s easier to ask for forgiveness than permission ! A paint cave , great analogy! robert87004 November 21, 2016 Hahaha, sneaky you. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.