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richard

i want an inflatable bouncy version

gordon

heh - a use for the millennium dome at last!!

darren

i think that structually it'd be too hard to walk on top of, unless of course one was to dig the housing part of the building underground...

yeah, that's it, it'd allow you to have a dome with enough of an angle to walk on the top of and still do stuff inside...

it'd also be great for insulation...

jonny in belfast

i like the penguins on the roof.
tho im not sure of their theological significance....


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