I’m linking to this puff piece about a young computer nerd not because of the subject matter (customising computer cases), but because his shop is near WANKER’S CORNER, Oregon. Bwahahahahahahahaha!
This is going to be so uncool of me (and I’m not some anti-fashion hipster wannabe), but I have to say that the iPhone is not as attractive as the MOTOROKR E6 (and I am seriously feeling gadget lust). I’m still happy with my StrTrk, although I do love looking at new phones.
This is one thing my sister and I agree on wholeheartedly — negative space is good. I’m not a designer, so I try. She’s somewhat more… adept than I am. I can’t explain why something works, it either does or it doesn’t.
RADAR finds that pundits who were wrong about Iraq have done really well in their careers, while those who were right have not. Well, eight of them in total anyway. IMHO, all it boils down to is who sells papers / gets eyeballs. With news that President Bush is to order 20,000 more troops into … Continue reading It’s not who’s right, it’s who sells papers
I got the They Walk Among Us joke list on e-mail, and wanted to share my favourite: My friends and I were on a beer run and noticed that the cases were discounted 10%. Since it was a big party, we bought 2 cases. The cashier multiplied 2 times 10% and gave us a 20% … Continue reading They Walk Among Us
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Haha. Here’s the real story. Colombian Ana Julia Torres rescued this lion from a circus and nursed him back to health at her animal shelter. I find those who mistreat animals quite baffling. I can’t imagine what psychopathy motivates someone to inflict pain and suffering on another creature, and to gain pleasure from it! And … Continue reading Forbidden love
I only heard this word being used when I was in Scotland with Neil and he was talking to his mum. I’d never, ever heard him use it before. Bur I have heard him use it plenty of times since. “Mind when we went to eat fish and chips and the shop exploded from blocked … Continue reading Scottish slang of the day — MIND
It’s just possible that adding milk to your tea could eliminate the health benefits of drinking said tea. Neil thought it was the fat in the milk (the news report on BBC didn’t go into detail), but the piece in the Herald says its the casein — and from what I gather, my drinking milk … Continue reading Cows are bad for tea
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