And not only does it take pictures, it also puts amusing frames around them. So without further ado I present to you the one, the only, Anthony ‘RMS’ Hogbin, in full 60s flower-power chic:
Oh, and this caught all of our eyes the other day. It’s the Saturday before Christmas, and the powers that be thought that it would be a wonderful idea to close off a section of the car park and devote it to coaches. Yes, fine… so where were all the bloomin’ coaches then? I doubt they were in the perpetually empty coach park, either.
Anyhoo… Christmas shopping is all just about done, so that’s good. It’s been a bit of a mad dash this year, so I apologise in advance to anyone who gets particularly obvious and/or lame pressies. It’s the thought that counts, and I thought about getting you something nice 🙂
[rant topic=”Mobile Phone”]
So, Sony Ericcson (yeah, I know you all read every single one of your customers’ blogs…) how about a nice little firmware patch, just for me? Please? Pretty please? Cos I really like not having a Nokia :o)
(PS – as you’re reading, Mr Sony, can I have another little rubbery sticker thing? Mine’s come off)
Regular readers will, no doubt, have seen the comment on the previous entry by none other than Mark Hibbett, the artiste behind the hugely nostalgic and GreatTM Hey Hey 16k. The song is up for a Yahoo award, and I hereby urge everyone to go and vote (you want option 9). As I write this, Hey Hey 16k is trailing the Badger song by about 3000 votes, so that means if everyone who reads this votes a thousand times, it might just about draw level ;o)
(Mark, sorry – I’m afraid my readership can generally be counted without resorting to anything tricky like double figures…)
On to other news – MIKE IS BLOGGING AGAIN! Woohoo! Welcome back, buddy – the world demands more stories involving humourous bodily functions and embarrassing situations. Blog away :o)
At work the long awaited coffee machine has finally arrived and the honeymoon period is progressing well. Dispenser and dispensee are getting along famously, although the office has already decided that the cappucino isn’t that great. I am told tea is quite nice (it’s next on my list to try out), the full strength Italian Roast coffee is an acceptable way to start the day, and the double-pack chococino is suitably sweet and takes the edge off of a long afternoon bug-hunting. We approve.
Finally, here are some more photos from my makeshift studio (i.e. a big piece of black paper blu-takked to the wall in the kitchen). Enjoy.
Pinch, Punch, White Rabbits, Oh Bugger I Need To Do Some Christmas Shopping!!!