Here is a post from our most recent the email that went out and it was really received quite well if you'd like to be added to our email goes out about three times a month just send me a note or give me a call. It's all fun stuff. Jack. you heard about London's new hot spot? Over in England, people are
gathering around, taking photos and generally marveling at the sights. Butyou can bet your bottom dollar they're not parking their cars there.You see, the new hot spot is not a club or a bar. It's an odd area in thecity where you can fry an egg on the sidewalk - favorite pastime of TVmeteorologists - or perhaps have your front door melted.That is what happened to Martin Lindsay, part of his front door and mirrorin fact. To make matters worse it was a Jaguar XJ. His car was parked on astreet in central London for only an hour, but he returned to find meltedpanels and the smell of burning plastic.Lindsay was not alone. Only the day before Eddie Cannon had part of hisvehicle melted after parking in the same area. 'The van looks a total mess- every bit of plastic on the left hand side and everything on the dashboardhas melted.'So what could do this sort of damage? Vandals with a really largemagnifying glass? The culprit turned out to be the building under construction on FenchurchStreet, right across the road. When the afternoon sun reflected off theskyscraper's glass windows and slightly curved surface, the building itselfacted like a giant magnifying glass. The same sort of concave shape hasbeen used in the design of solar panels and it works quite well! The building's owners are spending millions to fix the problem and block the"solar death ray" produced by the newly-christened "Fryscraper".
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