Chained Heat

Bento sees a quarantined caged and enraged Cocos that has all the horror of Manus Island and the thrill of a teenage female prison movie. PMH. 

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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20 Responses to Chained Heat

  1. PeteF says:

    Beautiful, part of the perth school of green building.

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  2. Rong1 says:

    It protects the palm from asbestos attacks

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  3. rottobloggo says:

    Gorgeous. Is that a Chupa-Chup in the foliage?

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  4. Shreiking Wombat Ninja says:

    Where is?

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  5. GivDBird says:

    but that wall art tho

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  6. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Soon to be featured on Four Corners and upcoming Royal Commission.

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  7. Reign of Error says:

    PMH pioneered the concept of a bat-pole nature play installation for the kids, however testicular splinters soon put Patch Adam’s project on hold.

    Ball tearer of an idea that was bloody good for business.

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  8. BSWAM says:

    I often wonder what that architectural style is called. Not Brutalist, not Meisian, not High-Tech, not Moderne – but beloved of suburban office parks the world over.

    I think Soulsuckingshitboxofsatan wouldn’t be far off the mark, but probably a little long for the realtor’s brochure.

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    • It’s a children’s hospital, soon to be decommissioned I think. Not sure if to be exploded/demolished. The Cocos will survive.
      What’s the worst public plant in NY? The Cocos is the go to tree for idiots here.

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      • BSWAM says:

        I don’t know that we have one per se. The water chestnut is a concern in the Hudson River itself as it is an introduced species that blankets native wetlands and is a hazard to boats, but it’s not visually offensive. The real trouble comes from blights that damage native forests.

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      • Zuben says:

        Ailanthus aka ‘ tree of heaven ‘ . Originally endemic to China .

        Weed tree said to have ‘ escaped ‘ from exotics in Central Park in the 1800 s that were planted with the intent of evoking the appearance of a tropical landscape .

        When ‘ A Tree Grows In Brooklyn ‘ it is likely the ailanthus . It will grow anywhere from seed .

        Incredibly suggestive stench while in flower during the hot humid months ; I won’t describe it .

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  9. Mitch says:

    Is that some alien sperm coming down the wall to its rescue?

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  10. mancey says:

    Its like its reaching out from the depths of hell

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