- it’s raining
- don’t feel too good
- I’m tired
- it’s Wednesday – neither the beginning or end of week
- I have a lot to do
- No Man Utd in Champions league
- I can’t find the ‘work’ zone
- other people exist (I am very ‘I’ in my ‘INTP’ today)
- why don’t people understand what I say?
- trees aren’t orange
- miscellanious grumbles too small to mention in their own bullet point
- have to use IE6 at work and not firefox
- am not a millionaire (and yes I would be happier if I had that much money)
- it’s Thursday tomorrow and I don’t like Thursdays
- common sense leaves most people on Wednesdays
This is pure genius and is wonderful for wasting lots of time. Have fun at Tom Baker says
PS, not for the easily offended
Got an interesting piece of spam in my ‘bulk’ folder at yahoo. I love checking the folder to see what is in there and also just in case something important has gone in despite telling them it is authentic post.
Anyway the latest piece of spam to catch my eye was another piece of junk offering me sexual prowess (I am not saying that any junk that offers such stimulus catches my eye). The title of this email, I didn’t get further than the title was… ‘Erection Pack: Time limited offer’ … and my response to that was, phew, glad it is time limited, if it wasn’t it could cause some mild embarrassment.
No this isn’t about the latest battle for the top of the Hit Parade (my mum stills calls it that), although nice to see Leo Sayer still breathing.
This refers to something I caught on BBC news this morning whilst munching on some breakfast (trying to eat breakfast each day as part of my get healthy drive). Down in Yeovil they are going to introduce fingerprint scans as a way of entering public houses and clubs. The idea being that if you are a troublemaker you may be refused entry. A little machine scans your print, you then enter some details and voila you are on the system. The interviewer was talking to a policewoman who was very happy with the scheme about data protection and the concerns some people have about this. The policewoman reassured the interviewer and the viewers that their details were safe because only the publican would have access and not the police.
Now I grew up in the era of The Young Ones, therefore I was drip-fed the line that all police were faschists. However, if it came down to my details being held by the police or a bunch of publicans I know whom I would prefer to be in the clutches of.