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It screened the first mouth-to-mouth gay soap kiss in the UK in 1989, leading some MPs to call for the programme to be banned.
This was followed by a "censored" homosexual kiss in 1996, which infuriated gay activists after the BBC cut the kiss from its original two seconds to a half-second, so they would not "startle" viewers.
Lately though, I’d begun relying on a new weather app that provided very reliable hour-by-hour rain predictions to figure out what to wear in the morning – a sort of just-in-time clothing process – and today it told me the probability of rain was very low, hence no umbrella. “Thanks,” I said, thinking that he was just in a cheerful mood. “I can tell from your eyes and your mouth.” “Hmm,” I said. Good health, good life, good fortune, good love, good family?
And so here I was, sheltering underneath an awning waiting for the pedestrian lights to turn green, speaking to a guy who’d just been standing there. “But you look worried, you are frowning here,” he said, gesturing above my nose. ” “Brother.” He wrote down ‘B – 1′ at the bottom of his list.
Neighbours is an Australian television soap opera, originally broadcast by Seven Network.
They didn’t teach us specifically about magic, but it was clear that our limited capacity for attention and our ease of being misdirected was really the key to successful magicians.
I once saw David Blaine perform a bit of magic at a TED conference.
I looked down at the piece of paper again, thought about whether to throw it away or not, and kept on walking.
But walking away from this guy, I couldn’t help but think I’d somehow cursed myself by not letting him finish his shtick; it was surely a rude thing to do, no matter how (eventually) annoying he had become. Written on it was: For about three seconds, I froze. It was a tremendously engrossing piece of street magic; certainly not that technically impressive, but no doubt more than good enough to fool the average passerby. Giving them a certainty, proven with written evidence and without any caveats or probabilities or qualifications, that things were going to get better.