Oh bugger. Saturday was really a bad day all round. And to think I used to pay to watch this rubbish.
Is he indeed. Well well well, the Great British public will see about that. 🙂
Lost DSL service on Saturday around 1PM and it came back at about 6:30 this morning. Hopefully this is an isolated insident. I’m just a couple of hundred emails behind now. It’s quite worrying how much one misses the net when it’s not there.
This can’t be true. It reads like an April Fools story.
What am I doing, it’s quarter to 6 in the A.M. and I’m still up in the chat room talking shop. Oh well late start tomorrow, i.e. today. Which means it’ll be a late finish on friday and reduced time in the pub. Doh!
It’s been a good day though, made a lot of phone calls and got a few balls rolling and initiated a few projects which have been hanging around for a while. Btw, does anyone read this blog? Heh, if I get brave I may switch on the blogger comments feature one day.
As my gf rightly said,
“I’m sick to bloody death of people saying they shouldn’t get married. Obviously it’s ok with his mum and kids or it wouldn’t be happening. So if they love each other then why not?”
Was Diana really the sort of person who would have wanted him to stay single for the rest of his life? She always knew Charles loved another woman and famously said there were three people in their marage.
In other pointless news PopBitch reckon
“Green Day singer Billy Jo Armstrong has given his son the middle name… Danger.”
I saw Green Day in concert at the MEN Arena a couple of weeks ago and they were awesome! What the front man calls his kids is … well say no more.
Ok back to the email now.
Yep that is correct. Just trying to figure how nuch hastle it would be to post in this way. Well i guess it works at least.
Oh joy joy joy, it’s been a long old day. Although finally I’ve managed to
amalgamate my various email archives. I have over a gig of messages going
back to early 2001 when I suffered a catastrophic system failure. I don’t
keep everything, but a good slice of it. A lot of mail still need sifting
and sorting and I’m still a long way around reading work email. But I have
resolved that from today I’m going to spend a minimum of 4 hours per day on
email and start with the newest stuff. Playing catch-up just isn’t working
and is becoming detrimental to my health!
Mine and Rob’s May 2003 adventures in the Big Apple are now online for the first time.
BT reckons it’s been miscast as the villain of the UK’s telcoms sector even though it reckons it has a good track record of regulatory compliance.