Friday, March 01, 2002

What the bloody hell is this all about?
click, if you dare...
Honestly, it's not all that bad...
I like Prince Philip, old Phil the Greek...
Phil the Greekclicky!
Well, I've always liked breakdancing, but I've always been really shit at it, so I don't like it all THAT much any more.
clicky here!
Got to finish off my appraisal for work now... Will be back in the next few days :-(
I can assure you that this is nothing to do with me!
This reminds me of the game Dizzy, aaaah, bless the Spectrum and all it's 8-bit, 8-colour glory....
click
I want to get an iPod, now... Read this, it's brilliant!!
clicky!
Hooray, I finally made it to the front page of B3ta.com with the Wino Gums thingy...
Wino Gums, nice
Thanx for the scanner use, Nacho!!
I like things like this...
clicky
And what are these people doing?
Scary people
They Scare me, with a capital "S"
I'm very bored and very tired, it's nearly 3am and I have to go to work. Cheers.

Wednesday, February 27, 2002

Beadle, bastard
I'm just about to get in the bath and then go see my daughter, but until then...
clicky
Computer games don't affect you as kids, I mean if Pac Man had affected us, we'd all be running around darkened rooms, listening to repetetive music and mucnghing pills.....Hmmm..... OK, but Street Fighter didn't do anything.

Tuesday, February 26, 2002

Ooooh, just found the entire catalogue of Anna Kournikova pictures.... Marvellous!
Anna and her Growler
Anna quietly lets her Growler out
Well, I'm going off home, and then out to the pub in about, ooooooh 6 minutes if this idiot gets off the phone...
and here is a bloody good link, might have to get the game!
clicky clicky!
I always thought that Dwarf Tossing was illegal....
Short-arses beware!!
Aaaaaaand These people are talking about me
make them stop...
Weeeeeee! and Woo! take a look at this...

I, apparently have posted the 10,000,000th weblog on Blogger.com.

Didn't win anthing tho... bah!
I like Windows.. In fact, I like this version better....
clicky
Mr Winkle... Don't ask...
Cross-eyed cutesy puppies... Must run Photoshop when I get back home...
I want this t-shirt....
Bitches... hehe
I'm confused about this one tho...
Jesus!!!!
Jesus!!!!
Jesus!!!!
Bert
Oh dear....
I like this, it's almost along the lines of "Fish batter local ship shop owner" that I found amusing from the Beano years ago...
clicky

And this... Experiments with microwaves, I might have to try some of these, especially the ball plasma one, looks pretty good, might have to borrow a video camera for that...
clicky
Well, I didn't have anything to do with this...
clicky
What a cu.....
Oh deear oh dear oh dear....
I like this... Thanx Hutchings!!

Programmer's drinking song

99 little bugs in the code,
99 bugs in the code,
Fix one bug, compile it again,
101 little bugs in the code.
101 little bugs in the code,
101 bugs in the code,
Fix one bug, compile it again,
103 little bugs in the code.

Bastard thing....

Monday, February 25, 2002

Oh crap, I haven't updated for days again...
This will cheer anyone up, if you can stop thinking about how dangerous it really is.. clicky

Friday, May 11, 1984 - Eight teenagers burned to death in the Haunted Castle attraction at Six Flags Great Adventure theme park in Jackson Township, New Jersey. A light bulb had burned out in one of the rooms of the attraction, and a 14-year-old boy lit a cigarette lighter to find his way through the darkness. The flame ignited some foam rubber padding which was used to protect people from bumping into a wall. A fire resulted, which quickly spread throughout the 17-trailer structure with the help of extremely flammable building materials. The fire eventually engulfed and totally destroyed the attraction. Fourteen people, four of them employees, managed to escape after the fire had started. Seven people were treated for smoke inhalation at an area hospital. Firefighters from 11 towns were called to the scene.
The families of those who were killed later sued Great Adventure, Inc., and its parent company, Six Flags Corp., charging them with manslaughter and aggravated manslaughter. The prosecution held that the park disregarded safety precautions, and that the disaster occurred due to the combustibility of the building, lack of sufficient emergency exits, and the lack of fire alarms and sprinkler systems. The defense cited a 1983 report by fire inspectors, which concluded that the attraction was safe for operation.
Great Adventure, Inc. and Six Flags Corporation faced maximum combined fines of $1.2 million. It was reported that they spent $6 million for their defense.
The companies were acquitted on all charges by a Superior Court jury on July 20, 1985, in Tom's River, New Jersey.

Scary???? Not really, until you set light to the walls...

Well, I just got an email from Sam, so I'm going to reply to that and bugger off to the pub, c ya!