For about a year now, I’ve received regular emails intended for a bunch of doctors. I own several domains and somehow, they believe that one of their colleagues holds an email address with one of them. Continue reading “Bloody Spam”
In January, I bought a car for £300.00. The MOT ran until September 2012 and I figured that if it ran until this time, it had been a good investment. Continue reading “Budget Motoring”
Yesterday, I wrote about how Gordon had been delivering leaflets to say that he helps people pay mortgage. By sheer coincidence, I found out that a different type of leaflet had been delivered a few roads away- from another Gordon. Continue reading “Another Gordon?”
I received a leaflet through my letterbox from Gordon, who can help me with several problems that I could be facing in respect of my mortgage. Gordon sounds like a jolly nice bloke. Continue reading “I Help People Pay Mortgage”
Sometimes, the stupidity of people amazes me. Especially the stupidity of people who know full-well that they’ll get criticised if they do something wrong which is related to their profession.
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to get the bus to Greenwich and spend the day just wandering around there. There’s the park, the Cutty Sark and the river to visit. I went back there yesterday for the first time in many years.
Scientists have apparently discovered a link between take-away food and an increased risk of a heart attack. Seems obvious, but it’s not what you may think. Continue reading “Take-Away Health Warning”
I’ve not enjoyed recent camping experiences (I’ve yet to write about one of them) but I think it’s because I’ve previously done it in a tent. Continue reading “Caravanner”
Just thought I’d quickly share this with you in the hope that I’ll get some sympathy. Continue reading “Bitten by a Monster”