Sunday 26 February 2006

London Transport

It's just taken me two and a half hours to get back from my brothers.

Bloody wank bollocks.

I got to Raynes Park and found out that the line was closed due to maintenance works. So not to worry, i'll walk to Wimbledon. Oh bugger! The whole line's down, so I had to go 10 stops on the District line. Which was delayed twice.

Then onto the Jubilee line. Major delays due to a signaling problem at Waterloo.

Then national rail to New Cross. Then a 10 min walk.

Argh! Missed 30mins of the Liverpool game.

It should have taken less than an hour.

Thursday 23 February 2006

WOW comment 2


Very impressed with the willingness of others around the worlds to help out. The use of the word world is not miss-used. Perhaps Europe... But seriously, i've been playing for less than a week (just over half) and i've shared conversations with Dutch, French and Germans, all willing to help out for the common good. Even helping me out because I couldn't be arsed reading the manual. I invite my remaining readership to play. To say it would enrich your life would be an overstatement but I think you get my point of view.

Sunday 19 February 2006


And WOW it is! I think i've found my new CM/FM.


I finally got broadband on Friday and so far I am impressed. I have a much faster conection at work but they don't let you 'use' it.

So far i've mainly been updating my security and updating programs. Any suggestions to what else I may need?

"I love power rangers"

Ben Sorrie

Friday 17 February 2006

Private Eye's Pseuds Corner

“Every day I have a coffee enema. I really love them. I might even be a bit addicted, because they provide this wonderful capsule of time to read or just get some space. I use organic coffee – Fair Trade of course. You can buy a special enema blend which isn’t drinkable, but I usually use Guatemalan, which is. ”
‘A Life in The Day’, Sunday Times

It’s the same with the wonderful Monogram, the stuffed Angora goat Rauschenberg found in an office supply store on 23rd Street in the early 1950s and encircled with a car tyre. One looks at it remembering that the goat is an archetypal symbol of lust, so Monogram is the most powerful image of anal intercourse ever to emerge from the rank psychological depths of modern art. ”

5. When David Hasselhoff goes to donate blood, he declines the syringe,
and instead requests a hand gun and a bucket.

SC Movie Review 5

Sin City

I finally got round to watching Sin City on Sky Box Office last night. £3.75 was a little steep but it was certainly worth the money.

It was either that or watch John Barnes try to present channel five's UEFA Cup Programme. Although often amusing, i'm a bit football watchinged out this week. I think i've watched off and on 5 / 6 games this week, and there is loads on in the next few weeks.

If you ignore the similar themes between all of the stories (male fantasy: big strong guy, protecting his dame) the film really works. Being a natural born sceptic I thought the film could possibly degenerate into far too much style over substance, but as a whole it seemed to work.

IMDb Rating: 8.5 / 10 (71,691 votes)
SC Rating: 5 potatoes (1 vote)

4. When David Hasselhoff was born, the nurse said, "Holy Cow! That's
David Hasselhoff!" Then she had sex with him. At that point, she was the
third girl he had slept with.

Thursday 16 February 2006

CM06 release date

But will I buy it? Doubt it. The last version was a complete waist of money.


3. When David Hasselhoff drinks pee, his asparagus smells funny.

Boo hoo. My phone's stopped working.

I'll have to take it back to the Car Phone Warehouse at some point, but can't be arsed dealing with the fcukwits.

Back to my Sony for the time being.


2. There is no theory of evolution, just a list of creatures David
Hasselhoff allows to live.

Monday 13 February 2006


Hello all

How is everyone this fine morning? I hope everybody is suitably refreshed for the working week ahead. I had a quite one. Didn't really get up to much.


9:30 Went for a run around Greenwich Park. I've changed my route a little so that I don't have to run up a giant hill at the start. This made things a lot easier and much more enjoyable.
11:30 Had a nice breakfast at the restaurant in my development. £9.20 for a full English breakfast and a black coffee...
12:30 Watched Wigan v's Liverpool on PremPlus, I've paid more than the season ticket now in one off buys. Doh! Didn't beat the system. That's one nil to the fascists. I'll get you back.
15:00 Acquired a 'new' entertainment system stand / table for my flat. Someone was throwing it out so I nabbed it. I also had the fun of smashing up my chest of drawers to make room for it.
20:00 Started watching Sky Captain on Sky Movies, bag of shite. Now I remember why I didn't bother going to see it in the cinema


10:30 Went for a run around Greenwich Park.
12:00 Had a nice breakfast at the restaurant in my development. £10.70 for a full English breakfast, orange juice and a black coffee… (although it is extremely expensive, it was very good)
12:30 Watched Sunderland v's Tottenham, great goal in the last few minutes to stop Spurs gaining all 3 points
16:00 Watched Man City v's Charlton, very exciting 2nd half
18:30 Watched new Simpsons
19:30 Watched new Malcolm in the Middle
21:00 2 episodes of the new series of 24

As stated not really eventful, but nice all the same.

1. David Hasselhoff is the only man to ever defeat a brick wall in a
game of tennis.

Monday 6 February 2006

He's in the money...

Just won another Euro Millions Lottery.


2nd time in 3 attempts

This time next year i'll be a millionaire.

Del Boy