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November 18, 2010


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Cool. Real lit candles (it would appear). But the glass is in need of turning.

Yes, you would think that they would have a liveried minion appear in the window every hour and turn the glass! I think the candles are clever fakes (maybe a liveried minion appears and changes the batteries every once in a while).

Your second photo shows the famous clock, with the two doors from which figures of liveried minions appear every hour. Surely these "jacks" could be equipped with sandglasses and turn those when they appear? We should occupy F&M, as the recent protest did, until they comply.

I have to admit, the F&M window displays at Christmas are really worth seeing. Its always a pleasure to see them each year.

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