Apparently not due to the recession, the person behind T-Shirt Hell has decided to call it a day, which is a shame as I always keep meaning to buy more of their stuff. Espcially since the import restriction on good was raised above the frankly, pointless Â£18 limit a couple of months ago.
However, I do still have quite a few shirts on my wish list. So if you fancy getting me some natty new wears for when I get back home in June, I’d not say no to a handful of them…
If some of you are daft enough to chuck some cash my way via a dodgy t-shirt shop run by an apparent racist homophobe with a child porn fetish, then “thank you” and please remember to update my wish list so that someone else doesn’t buy the same one!
Fancy a very entertaining 10-minute CGI cartoon for free? Then head over to Big Buck Bunny and download this very entertaining short. You can watch it on YouTube etc, but I’d heartily recommend cranking up your preferred torrent program and downloading the high-quality version.
The film’s been made using all freeware utilities by a group of people who just fancied pushing the software to its limits. It’s no Wall-E, but damn impressive for what it is with some wonderfully giggly moments.
my surname – a hangover from a posh school where first names were frowned upon by staff. I also happen to have quite a few mates called Ian or Iain, and in the last place I worked there were four of us. For some reason I always ended up being the one referred to by their surname
Mosh / Mosher – Long-standing self-inflicted nickname. Although at least it’s accurate
I don’t have another two. Unless I just include insults.
Q. Three things you are wearing right now:
Kantha Bopha Blood Bank t-shirt from Cambodia. It’s too small for me, but I love wearing it to advertise the hospital
Lightweight travel-trousers with zip-off legs. Ideal for travelling as they wear well, wash easily and dry quickly. I did notice last night that they’re getting a little threadbare around one area. Need to keep an eye on that
Hiking boots. The ones I did the 1000 Mile Walk in, so they’re pretty well broken in
Q. Two things you want very badly at the moment:
To figure out what the hell I want out of life and actually do it
To be back in Asia, backpacking with no time limits or restrictions
Q. Two things you did last night:
Drank more beer
Oh, OK then – spent hours working on Tony’s PC to get rid of all the spyware and malware his kids had managed to soak it in
Q. Two things you ate today:
Erm. Absolutely nothing. I’ve not eaten anything whatsoever and now I’m on a train until I get to London in 3Â½ hours
If it counts as food, a cup of tea
Q. Two people you last talked to on the phone:
Q. Two things you are going to do tomorrow:
Purchase some US Dollars for use in Cambodia
Panic about sleeping in on Tuesday morning and missing my flight
Q. Two longest car rides:
Actual car – probably Austin, TX to New Orleans (being driven). Or Portsmouth to Glasgow (driving myself)
Bizarre little game, this one. It’s more of a test, in a way. You know how when you check a picture to see if it’s level just by looking at it? This is called “eyeballing”, and the game tests your ability to perform various tasks of this ilk.