> I do not want to imagine what it's like during the Olympics.
There's not much to imagine- It looks like a parking lot. :p
> Maybe that you don't have to have a ticket to see the event? That sounds like really weird wording.
That's what ~500 people who showed up thought too. Turns out it...
The London olympics are great for everyone really... Except Londoners. As a citizen myself, I speak from experience when I express just how intense my hatred over how stupid some aspects of the 'preparations' are. Londoners are strongly advised to remain at home and not travel at all. 'Olympic...
My gym is small and far away, so if I wake up too late on a day I'd want to go, I don't because it'll simply be too packed when it's no longer morning.
However, I do like to keep up my appearance and do 100 pushups and a few simple dumbbell exercises when I stay home. :)
So it's been a while since I've posted here, so just a small update on what was going on! Don't worry, I'm not dead. Not yet anyway. :)
Around the beginning of May, my computer broke. Specifically, Windows would hang on the boot logo and no amount of safe mode or repairs seemed to be able to...
America's getting involved in world affairs that don't involve oi-- Oh, never mind.
Pretty sure I've posted my result here before, but there it is again. We pay £75 (~$115) or so a month for internet (50 Mb/s), unlimited landline calls and our TV package.
On that note, our broadband speeds are being doubled some time this year. :D