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Wednesday 9 November 2011 7.45am
Wednesday 9 November 2011 7.56am
Airbrushed out...why? or is it the speck in the distance..
Wednesday 9 November 2011 8.34am

Wednesday 9 November 2011 9.29am
Thats just what i needed this morning ...a belly laugh...and the size of mine..well!
Wednesday 9 November 2011 10.45pm
The olympic logo is clearly Lisa Simpson giving a blow job...

It's scandalous they decided to "tidy" HMS Belfast off the photos of London for that stupid pink ribbon.
Thursday 10 November 2011 11.39am
Apparently, it was all "a simple mistake".

See here.
Thursday 10 November 2011 11.51am

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Thursday 10 November 2011 1.28pm
"Simple mistake" my a*se, just ignorance and inefficiency, symptomatic of much that goes on. Was not a SINGLE London-savvy person involved in the graphics of this ad? Utterly disgraceful. What is going to be done to compensate HMS Belfast?
Thursday 10 November 2011 5.40pm
The time spent massaging that image should have been used to make the Shard look finished. There's enough urealistically slick computer generated images around to help them with that, which is in effect what they have turned that photograph into anyway - another fantasy. Perhaps the Shard is too sacred to 'touch-up', but it's ok to obliterate the battered Belfast.

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