Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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TV (Telly) dressed up like the Parthenon

Minus the front columns.
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Perfect for viewing Greek gods and goddesses in action, the latest model from SONY adds the roofline and portico from the famous Greek temple. Available in widescreen format only. Available attachment side curtains for mathematical purists.
RayfordSteele, Aug 21 2004

the golden ratio http://www.mcs.surr...onacci/fibnat2.html
The parthenon is designed in its aspect ratio, 1.618. WSTV is close at 1.777 From nature to architecture, it shows up everywhere. [RayfordSteele, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Nothing an afternoon, some MDF and some white paint won't produce.
wagster, Aug 23 2004

       wag, is your last name Bowen?
po, Aug 23 2004

       Every button on the remote should be re-labeled "tipiyotki".
krelnik, Aug 23 2004

       Sacrilege! The telly is NOT to be obscured - even partially - under ANY circumstances.   

       As your posts are normally so interesting I will forgive you just this once.
dobtabulous, Aug 23 2004

       with mini elgin marbles back in their rightful place. imagine the greeks losing their marbles!!!
etherman, Aug 23 2004

       So *that's* what happened to them. The marbles got carried off, and the country has never been the same since.   

       Just noticed my Greek transliterated 'SONY' didn't carry through to webspace. Bummer.
RayfordSteele, Aug 23 2004

       [po] - What? Why? Bowen? Please explain...
wagster, Aug 24 2004

       New from Panatheonic?   

       [po] - Just worked it out. Saw the man himself in Greenwich this weekend, trying to get looked at. I suddenly became very interested in my pork roll.
wagster, Aug 25 2004


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