Thursday, December 30, 2004

The first man to fly an aeroplane in Australia was Harry Houdini.

Not many people know that.

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Creep - Acoustic

Britney - Backmasking

Friday, December 17, 2004

Still feeling dodgy, but not too dodgy to post this;

Jaws, reenacted by cartoon bunnies.

Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Yesterday I left work early as I was ill. After I got home I started feeling worse and worse, until overnight when I was as sick as I can remember being in quite a while. I must have got about two hours sleep. Of course, this would have to be the day before my Private Pilots Licence theory test.

I passed. 88%

Monday, December 06, 2004

"...Paging Mr Crazy Horse Invincible"

"JEREMY Brown from Northern Ireland may rue the day he decided to change his name to Crazy Horse Invincible, partly because he did so after one too many drinks..."

And haven't we all been there? Who hasn't woken up from a week long drunken binge lying in a pool of their own urine and vomit with a new name/tattoo/spouse/orifice.

His mate decided to rename himself Spaceman Africa after Middlesbrough won some sort of sporting event. A cup, probably.

Who would you name yourself if some rubbish team of people you've never met won some meaningless title after some arbitrary event, like a football match? As my team are the Canterbury Bulldogs I have decided to rename myself;

Supersonic Eternal Rockmelon.

Sunday, December 05, 2004

Been a little while since my last post. This is because I have been on leave, rather busy and also lazy.

Mr David Wombat Bacon DS Rupreckt Monkeyboy Fitzgerald has transplanted himself and partner to Sunny Scotland where he is currently freezing his genitalia off. *In best pathenewsannouncervoice* "Here's to you, Fitzy!"

Was supposed to sit my private pilots licence exam yesterday - 10 minutes into the exam the PC froze. I was told to wait until the 3 1/2 hour time limit had expired then resit it. At the end of a 3 1/2 hour wait the system had a bug in it and I was told there would be no exam that day. If the support guy had said that at the start instead of talking through his arse I wouldn't have had to waste my entire morning. I'll resit it Tuesday, hopefully.

Remember the good old days? The only way exams got locked up back then was when they were in the cupboard. A pencil froze if you left it out in the snow. A file got lost if it fell behind the radiator. You only got locked out if you forgot your key.