Celebrate the milestones and progress of Sydney Olympic Park with this 144 page downloadable book
Would prefer the paperback so I can wipe my ass with it
It's a photobook so the paper would have a glossy finish. If you wiped your ass with it, you'd just be smearing the shit around.
+1 can speak from experience
Let's be honest, all toilet paper is just smearing shit around. Give me a bidet.
Paper cuts anyone?
Is this more interesting than visiting the actual place? Wouldn't be hard.
Not everyone lives in Sydney
Sounds like you've got all the answers
Did they mention Opal Tower?
On the final pages there’s images of it.
yeah keen to understand the history of that lol
Some of the comments above are just … plain .. dumb and dumber
I wonder if it includes details about the cops harassing kids with strip searches and banning false positive dog sniffees for six months even though they were found with no drugs in their possession?
Why would it? And what has it got to do with SOP Authority?
My understanding is that SOP hired NSW police for their security arrangements and this allowed the cops to issue notices barring people from the location. They are barring people from public places for committing no crime.
i pressed down and it went through the pages so fast, i was speed reading.
How many sydneysiders does it take to change a light bulb? 100. 1 to change the light bulb and 99 to tell you how good the Sydney Olympics were
Isn't it past your curfew? Time for bed.
Curfew ended mate ;)
They were pretty good but.
They weren't that good. You go for the sports but the food was rubbish.
There's some real sour Sicktoians here.
The resolution of the images in this "photo book" is abysmal.
Yeah I was thinking was photography really that bad back then? Its like when I watch old football games or recently old basketball (The Last Dance) the videos are so poor, I am sure they werent that bad when I watched them
They looked decent back then because they were being played from high quality masters.
Heaps of stuff has been 'archived' on crappy VHS…
If you have actual film from ages ago it can look as good as 4k (with the right scanning and assuming the film itself is in good condition)