9 posts • joined 18 May 2007
I always open spam, even if the silly key breaks off. Just love the bits of jelly and the compressed meat in the tin.
Salt 'n' vinegar please
Want to see all the plod-cam movies of PC49 parking his pedal, sorry, panda car on the pavement outside the local chippy and ordering his dinner, put on youtube. Oh yes they park on the pavement coz' its too far to walk from the roadside.
Invading my space
If their damn radio waves encroach onto my property then I am gonna use it. And bring back the off-shore pirate radio too.
Don't worry the discs will turn up as a free give away with The Mail on Sunday
Bagging one of these will be more fun than clay pigeon shooting. How many pieces will they shatter into?
For someone who can crunch a 20mm clamshell phone in one's pocket an 11 mm will probably last all of 5 minutes. Small is not always best as the actress said ....
I always go by the old standard I used when reading film reviews. If the critic slated it - go watch it and it often turned into a cult classic. So if more than 50% of the iPhone reviewers rubbish it, it is probably a brilliant piece of kit.
Remember - critics, reviewers and consultants should be treated with extreme caution.
What's a train?
A train is far too expensive any way - With three people, sometimes two - it is cheaper to go by car even with riduculous parking fees. And you don't have to sit next to some Norbert on his damn phone talking crap or some 'soon to be deaf' youngster with kerching kerching emmanating from his his lug-holes - rant over
Nothing like putting all your eggs in one basket. So when it all goes t*ts-up, as most Microsoft stuff does as some point, we'll be back to pigeon post. Humppphhh
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