Monthly Archives: December 2006

Verizon bad maths

This guy seems to be struggling to get through to his wireless provider (Verizon) that there’s a difference between .002 cents and .002 dollars. It goes on for a while, but it’s amazing that even the supervisor doesn’t get it. … Continue reading

Posted in Funny | Leave a comment

Unknown widgety things

Whilst having a bit of a clearup at home, I found a small bag of these widgety things and I have no idea what they are. (Obviously, I know what the fifty pence piece is. That’s included just for scale. … Continue reading

Posted in Other | Leave a comment

Medieval Total War II

I’ve been a Total War addict ever since Shogun Total War. Medieval Total War was the first one I really played end to end, although I only played and completed one campaign (as the Italians) before Rome Total War came … Continue reading

Posted in Other | 1 Comment

Snakes in China ‘predict quakes’

When an earthquake is about to occur, snakes will move out of their nests, even in the cold of winter. If the earthquake is a big one, the snakes will even smash into walls while trying to escape. This sounds … Continue reading

Posted in News | Leave a comment

Castle of Park, Landmark Trust, Glenluce, Scotland

I’ve just spent a week at the Landmark Trust property The Castle of Park, and a good week it is too. Being in Glenluce, near Stranraer it’s quite a way to go from London but not as bad as you … Continue reading

Posted in Other | 1 Comment

Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 27th December is CHARLES. With games coming up on Saturday and Monday, John Terry injured, and so many players getting rotated there could be a lot of transferring to be done. Telegraph Fantasy … Continue reading

Posted in Football | Leave a comment

‘Mourinho faces defensive concerns’

“We sold William Gallas and Robert Huth in the summer. We don’t have enough cover so at this moment in time we are having problems,” said boss Mourinho. I don’t think anyone is going to be feeling much sympathy with … Continue reading

Posted in Football | Leave a comment