Might as well have a statue of the Shredder
After all, he was a leg end... or was it that he was a member of "The Foot"?
How about a statue of Krang too?
British council halls are about the least hip places on the planet, full of fusty old folks umming and erring over whether the introduction of a Lidl branch will forever shatter the "street scene". So it's no surprise that one chap's bizarre quest to have "Godfather of Gangsta Rap" Eazy-E – famously from Compton, California – …
Is that the long awaited multiplayer sequel to XWA from LucasArts?
I'm guessing we should expect less action, some very long and dull cut scenes, rubbish graphics? Not to mention challenges like
"The NWA chairman is in hospital for an operation on his haemorroids. For 400 points, in his absence you must take the meeting through "Apologies" and "Minutes of the last Meeting". With a tight time schedule and other players avatars all being rambling old fogeys, you must ensure that you stick to time, no previous resolutions are overturned, and any corrections are only accepted for minor grammatical errors. Hint: Use NPCs to build alliances, or bog down other players asking them to join the dog-fouling sub-committee"
That's what I used to think. Then I heard country and western style rap, which is fools in cowboy hats rapping to a steel guitar and a banjo about what they were going to do to their cattle. Talk about taking the worst elements of "music" and fusing them together... normal rap sounds almost pleasant compared to this aural atrocity.
Newhaven Town Council have a state of Ho Chi Minh they have not yet erected in public, due to an utter tenuous reason - albeit it is actually a connection, unlike this suggestion
There may be tourist potential in an Inexplicable Statue Park
Forgive my saying so, but the list you propose mostly seems more like a rogues' gallery - An Abhorent Statue Park if you will, rather than a simply inexplicable one.
Of course, such statues would be inexplicable, but that hardly catches the vitriol at least some of your candidates stir in my gut.
I haven't seen anyone flashing in relation to Brexit, which is very disappointing. Where should I be looking for this? Would I do better contacting pro or anti Brexit campaigners to request personal perfomances?
the list you propose mostly seems more like a rogues' gallery - An Abhorent Statue Park if you will, rather than a simply inexplicable one
When you explain it like that, you are right, and I withdraw my nominations for Newhaven's forthcoming tourist attraction.
I haven't seen anyone flashing in relation to Brexit, which is very disappointing.
NSFW, although not particularly scandalous. Search "Victoria Bateman" Brexit Vimeo. Or "Rachel Johnson" Brexit. Although as with anything to do with Boris, it looks like his sister didn't really do the deed, whereas Ms Bateman most certainly has, repeatedly. I can think of plenty to say on the matter, but shall keep those thoughts to myself to avoid a lifetime ban from the Reg.
"Of course, such statues would be inexplicable, but that hardly catches the vitriol at least some of your candidates stir in my gut."
Yes, here is a list of statues that could fill an Inexplicable Statues Park:
1) Ho Chi Minh
2) Easy-E from NWA
(These two are founding members.)
3) Ant from Ant and Dec, but not Dec.
4) H from Steps.
5) Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
6) Otto von Bismarck.
7) Norman Borlaug.
8) Lord Laming, member of the Consultative Panel on Parliamentary Security.
9) Luke Goss, one half of Bros.
10) John Craven, first presenter of Newsround.
Maybe the Easy-E statue can sit next to her's? You know, "Who's the most gangsta"- that kind of thing. Maybe the Easy-E statue can include a speaker and occasionally pipe up "Yo Maggie--gimme a beat!!"
"I heard Margaret Thatcher's hometown"
She came from Grantham. I know that because my uncle used to live in Grantham. I spent a reasonable amount of time trying to decide which of the two I liked the least.
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