Month: November 2004 (Page 1 of 2)

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It’s not a very good menu is it? Unfortunately, during the weekend my hosting company moved bearder.com to a new home and it looks like they’ve smashed a few Ming vase’s on the way. With any luck we’ll be back in action soon.

If you need to check your bearder.com email before then, please try here. Finally, if you tried to email me at the weekend and it failed please try again. It’s nothing personal – just too much junk mail in my inbox!

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Who’s the Viktor?

Lets all hope that the Ukraine gets itself sorted soon – they’re due to hold the all important Eurovision song contest this year!!

I put my money on Viktor being the real victor.

But is it Victor or Viktor??

Somthing tells me that this site: www.ukrnow.com might be influenced by the so called winner Viktor Yanukovych.

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Need a T-Shirt?

Try here at www.threadless.com

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Got something to say?

Then say it! You can now read and post comments on this site. You can also use the mail icon to email the post to someone.

Also, we’re looking for two lodgers. 1 single room and 1 double. No freaks or weirdoes.

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I just remembered two of the best lines from the weekend, just as we were grabbing a taxi from Carfax to the Zodiac we bumped into one of Pete’s (quite attractive) ex-colleagues.

> Pete introduces her to Tim

> attractive ex-colleague: “Pete, why does your brother have to be so weird?”

> Pete introduces her to Me

> attractive ex-colleague: “Pete, why do you have to have so many brothers..?

Two questions I think Pete has been asking himself for years.

Also, in another strange twist this weekend we had a visit from an un-lucky Lithuanian. Seriously – it’s strange, but true. He rang the door bell at about 7.30 and was asking Tim to phone the police. Not knowing what to do (would you? – I never learnt that at school) Tim came back to declare, “There is a foreign man and the door, come, he might speak a foreign language!”

He was right, there was a Lithuanian boy and he spoke a foreign language. Actually he spoke two, Lithuanian and Russian, or maybe more, but unfortunately not English. Not a word, no “My name is Dimitri, I am from Panevezys, I would like an Orangina…” – nothing.

Anyway, it turns out (thanks to Midge for speaking to him in Russian) that the poor lad was 18, from Lithuania, had arrived in England today, got stood up by a friend in Oxford, had been walking for hours and then got mugged for £1000 cash. That is a shit day.

So, we gave let him in, phone the police for him, provided a phone with Midge on the end and waited for the police to arrive. Apparently he kept repeating two things; that he wanted to phone the Lithuanian consulate and, that his feet hurt.

I suppose, however he ended up here and how much truth there is in his story is open to speculation (it’s hard to gauge sincerity in Lithuanian) but, it turned that he had knocked on a number of doors before ours and nobody would help him. Nobody would phone the police for him. That, people of Great Britain is wrong.

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How To Use a Compass – when you have no compass….

In case you ever get lost (and don’t have your mobile, laptop, GPRS tracker, car etc), here’s a useful page onhow To Use a Compass – when you have no compass….

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Mozilla Firefox 1.0 – it’s great

If you haven’t already , you should try Mozilla Firefox 1.0. It’s great. Whatsmore, I can post messages here with a simply “right-click”. That is of course, when I’m not flying my new aeroplane

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Mozilla Firefox 1.0 – it’s great

If you haven’t already , you should try Mozilla Firefox 1.0. It’s great. Whatsmore, I can post messages here with a simply “right-click”. That is of course, when I’m not flying my new aeroplane

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I think I’m going to start saving up for one of these – Avcen Jetpod

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Sheeh – my brother is stupid. Not only does he think you can have a Cappuccino that is hotter than boiling but now, he thinks we need a ‘Global Army’ to protect the world. You have to feel sorry for him really, and for me – I have to live with him.

No Tim, it doesn’t matter if you put steam through the milk.

But did you know that boiling water can freeze quicker than cold water, or that milk was this interesting?

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