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I would rather spend my life close to the birds than waste it wishing I had wings I watched an old episode of House tonight and heard this line, I want to live my life with the birds instead of living my life wishing I could fly no idea if it is a famous line,… Read More
Luxury Wine Storage Cabinets and Luxury Wine Coolers I’ve seen what look like very similar wine cabinets vary in price from £300 to £3000 so what exactly is the difference? To me it’s bit like buying cars and not just in the car buying but the dealership difference too. What I mean by that is… Read More
One of my 1st websites is now over 15 years old I built https://www.wheelchair-ramps.co.uk/ when I was still working in the building industry after reading about new regulations concerning disabled access and noticing that very little was being done about it. It initially started off as an experimental play website until I started receiving telephone… Read More
Rare Bunnykins For Sale We updated Podline to include some Bunnykins I’ve also listed some Rare Bunnykins For Sale
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School sends pupils home with chemicals in a pop bottle There are a few sayings from my childhood that I always remember Poke the fire – Piss the bed Always leave a drop in the bottom of a cup of tea Never go in a ladies handbag Never put chemicals in a pop bottle So… Read More
Is that Mike Skinner in Game of Thrones?
Maisie Williams the next Elizabeth Taylor ? Game of Thrones 6 There are not many young child actors or actresses you see and automatically think will be the big star of their generation – could Maisie Williams of Game of Thrones be the one?
Is feeding allowed in rugby scrum Watching some of the put ins to the scrums in the France v Italy game it makes me wonder is feeding allowed now? The French scrum half is almost putting the ball straight to the number 8’s feet.
Even as we come to the 8th series of Masterchef I still love to watch it. As anyone who watches it will know the televised rounds start with 24 hopefuls which and whittled down to the final 12 who are awarded Masterchef aprons. What I would like to know is are the Masterchef Aprons exclusive to those… Read More
I’ve always liked the writing of Tom Fordyce especially his BBC blogs on the cricket – Tom Fordyce Cricket Blog so was most disappointed to read this, “If anyone had been in any doubt, the old England regime – damaged and discredited by what happened on and off the pitch in New Zealand last autumn –… Read More
If a child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn. If a child lives with hostility, he learns to fight. If a child lives with fear, he learns to be apprehensive. If a child lives with pity, he learns to feel sorry for himself. If a child lives with ridicule, he learns to be shy…. Read More
Following on from a post over on V1 SEO – Did Morrissey Make Channel 4 Pull the Gordon Ramsay John Lewis Christmas Advert Spoof Update 1/12/2011 19:30 It’s not on YouTube anymore, but Channel 4 now have the trailer on their site – Gordon’s Christmas Cookalong LIVE trail I’m more and more convinced that… Read More
www.toomuchtimeonmyhands.co.uk is a new website set up so I can keep a better track of all the waffling and rubbish that I put on the internet.
Does that cat eat at the same table as you Jim the taxi driver after seeing my fat cat waddling towards the door, and after looking at my expanding girth. “Does that cat eat at the same table as you?”
Just a little test post about earning money by blogging with WordPress.
Free Advice on Wheelchair Ramps Unsure of which wheelchair ramp is suitable for you? Just call Access Appraisals on 01608 663759 and we will advise you on the most suitable ramp for your needs. Before ringing us please follow this checklist What is the total height you are trying to overcome with your wheelchair ramp?… Read More
Is the Word Lens app a hoax and fake? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/word-lens/id383463868
Update: 20/02/14 Michael Jesse Baldwin, poet and novelist, born 1 May 1930; died 3 February 2014 Michael Baldwin obituary on The Guardian My original post When I was back in school in about 1976, the teacher read a poem to us and I have always remembered it (to a degree) I was pretty sure it… Read More
When I packed up work I had to give up my company car and buy myself a new one. After buying it I had to get it insured and soon realised the fact I was an ex company car driver meant my insurance premiums would be higher. This got me wondering whether any insurance companies… Read More
Recovery of Jamie Gillentine – It does not matter how slowly you go, so long as you do not stop Inspirational
Following on from my previous blog post about Criteo and after finally getting fed up of the Criteo banner ads following me around whilst browsing I decided to opt out of Criteo at the NAI – National Advertising Initiative – http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp Today I thought I would check to ensure Criteo were honouring the NAI opt-out… Read More
Take That tickets went on sale at 9:00 this morning, but unfortunately the strain of visitors to the ticketmaster website appear to have caused the website to crash. The Take That Progress Live 2011 tour. BAN THE ARGOS CHRISTMAS ADVERT We want Bing Crosby Crooning NOT Beatboxing Please put this on your site and link… Read More
Now that Crown copyright has been updated to The Open Government Licence will it encourage plagiarism and mean a field day for article writers and spinners? The Open Government Licence now allows Crown copyright to be exploited for commercial use, adapted and copied published and transmitted freely. Not only does this apply to text it also… Read More
It may sound strange – but think about the last 20 products you purchased online and how many of them did you actually buy via a google search? I’ve just checked the purchases I have made this year; A couple of album downloads – iTunes Software for PC – Amazon wii games – Amazon Clothes… Read More
Stainless Steel Roasting Tin for 3 cats We Compare Stainless Steel Roasting Tins big enough for 3 cats This is an article about a Stainless Steel Roasting Tin big enough for 3 cats Stainless Steel Roasting Tin If you want to eat a cat this Stainless Steel Roasting Tin is big enough for 3 cats…. Read More
We all have problems with comment spam and blog spam, but surely Google should be doing something about all the comment spam they allow on their own blogs. The Inside AdSense blog is full of comment spam, including links to porn sites. Why are Google allowing this? Not only does the spam appear on the… Read More
Mary the cow has her dream come true.
Nothing else to say.
Edited on 15th June 20011 It’s now been 7 years since the end of Mangeur de cigogne and I have set added a new blog post at mangeur de cigogne competition 7 years It was 6 years ago today that we were on the eve of the Mangeur de Cigogne Competition. mangeur de cigogne… Read More
I live in a small village 16 miles south of Stratford-upon-Avon, my nearest town being Shipston-on-Stour. Last year I used to nip in to the local Shipston office to pay my council tax once a month, but this office has now been closed meaning I would now have to travel all the way to Stratford if… Read More
I never used to be much of a waffler but the more I started doing it the easier it came. I haven’t done much recently, but when in good waffling form I can churn out all sorts of rubbish and then use this waffling for link building. My best waffling tends to come at the… Read More
We had a new fence put this week between our back yard and the nighbours back garden. The men were coming to do it on Wednesday so I started knocking down an old shed that was in the way on Tuesday. The roof ans dides came of no problem, but as I was pulling the… Read More
Whilst having a read over at Kottke it reminded me that Jason once made a post about the SERPs competition. I did a quick search, found the post Kottke SERPs and was amazed to see the date, January 2004 Was it really over 6 years ago? amazing how time has flown and also how things… Read More
I’ve been working from home now for the past 5 years, not in a home office, but just tucked away in the corner of the dining room with a PC and couple of monitors permanantly set up on a computer desk and another PC and laptop which I set up on the dining table every now… Read More
I remember watching Doctor Who as a kid and having to hide behind the sofa every now and then, (still remember the big green glowing maggots from the days of John Pertwee), but it never effected me as bad as it effected my 5 year old when watching Blink. We watched it the first time… Read More
As a keen listener of Drive on 5 Live I’ve missed Anita Anand now she is on Maternity leave. I thought the baby was due in Early April, but have not heard anything yet, does anyone know if she has had her baby yet, or if not, when it is due? Update – Anita Anand… Read More
I think I might have a drive out and take some photos of the Purple shop in Henley-in-Arden this week.
At approximately 23:07 on Saturday 2nd January 2010 the ever popular UK Business Forum – http://www.ukbusinessforums.co.uk received its 1 millionth post. The following images show the sad lenghs I went to to ensure that I made that 1 millionth post. I had my main PC set up with dual monitors, a secondary PC set up with a… Read More
I was helping my 10 year old daughter with her maths homework this morning which consisted of some long division questions. She gave me the question which I worked out in my head in about 5 seconds and she then went on to start doing a really long winded calculation. Wondering what on earth she… Read More
Every now and then I will set up blog posts with unique made up titles to track who is scrapping the content. Surprise surprise I see our old friend Brokencontrollers.com turning up in the SERPs again using this content and then positioning ads all around it.
Following on from my post about cheap car insurance for ex company car drivers it got me thinking about who provides cheap car insurance for woman who do less than 5000 miles a year My wife probably only does about 2000 miles a year and only really uses the car once or twice a week, why… Read More
When I was with my old company I had a company car and the company paid the car insurance on it. I worked for the company for about 20 years and had a car for at least the last 10. It was nice not having to worry about the bills or the car insurance, but… Read More
Will Google buy Odnance Survey of UK Government ? Imagine Google Maps accurately showing all public footpaths and rights of way, surely it is only a matter of time and the sooner the better.
I’ve been using Google Maps and Google Local Business Centre for a long time now. Initially with Google Maps people were actively encouraged to add information to maps and also create their own user generated maps. This content now seems to be being integrated in to Google Local Business Centre in what looks like a… Read More
After years of always leaving my Christmas shopping to the last few days before Christmas I have decided this year to do all my Christmas Shopping online. Big question is though, is it better to shop around at multiple online stores or just find one really good online store and buy everything from the same… Read More
A couple of hours ago I put a can of lager in the freezer, and 10 minutes ago I took it out and put it in the fridge ready for now. Was just about to go and pour it out when the wife shouted through from the kitchen, “do you want your beer or a… Read More
I have a number of blogs scattered around that I always had the intention of posting on at least 2 or 3 times a week, but as with all good intentions, they tended to get neglected. This all changed about 2 weeks ago as I suddenly regained my inspiration to start blogging again, why you… Read More
Podline is a site I registered a few years ago but never really did anything with. I’ve now decided to tidy it up a bit and add a WordPress blog to it. I’ve kept everything very simple by basing it around the fantastic DeFusion WordPress Theme which I have used on numerous ocassions before, although I… Read More
I’ve been playing online games at the Zone for about 5 years now, usualy chess, spades or hearts, the place has changed quite a bit over the years, but what hasn’t changed is the number of weirdos it attracts. Quite often in a game of hearts if a player isn’t getting things his way, or… Read More