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December 25, 2008

And now, a word from our sponsors

Follow-up to And now, a word from our sponsors from The Man From O.N.K.E.N.

Dear Rolf; They say a dog isn’t just for Christmas. How true. You can use it for sandwiches all through January.

Humphrey Lyttleton… what a leg end.

October 29, 2008

I love you…

I don’t care how old this is, it deserves reposting so you can all see it.

DDR [some word implying awesome/fun/massive/”omg dats so ghey”/hardcore – pick 3 from 5] 2, here we come!

October 06, 2008


As you as fully aware, I like to keep people up to date with all the important things going on in my life, as I know that people are always so keen on knowing how I think and feel.

And so while we wait for something interesting enough to be worth writing about happens, I thought I’d let you know that Onken have started another rebranding exercise. The style of Biopot that they were stocking in Sainsbury’s today looked different to what they were last time I was able to pick one up. Gone is the loop around the name, and the font of the brand has also changed. However, the Onken website hasn’t updated itself yet…

September 29, 2008

Birthday time


... wait, you’ve been reading this for four years? I’ve been writing this for four years?!?

Good on you. Have an Onken on the house in my name. :)

September 09, 2008

Freedom of (sporting) speech

im on my wiis… postin mah blogs. liek srsly. More on that story later.

There is one thing that’s been so refreshing about both the Olympics and the Paralympics: the press conferences.

When you stick a microphone in the face of somebody who hasn’t been subjected to intense media training sessions, you do get to see the real person. Far more interesting than your typical regurgitated football interview, where you know what will be said while the question is being asked.

To coin the phrase, "I'M SO F****** HAPPY!!!!!!!!"

August 09, 2008

Task for the day

It is already established knowledge that hadrons are made up of quarks. With the first beam being pumped through the LHC at CERN today, the key task for today is to establish whether hardons are made up of querks.

June 29, 2008

My Legs

I’ve got two legs from my hips to the ground and
When I move them they walk around and
When I lift them they climb the stairs and
When I shav them they ain’t got hairs.

Unfortunately, a recurrence of eczema seems to be attempting to rot my legs away. :(

June 05, 2008

And now, a word from our sponsors

Writing about web page

was just thinking. my sister does -alot- of reading, and spends like $1000 a year on just books alone. most of them she reads once then never looks at again. is there any kind of like…video rental store but for books? would make things alot cheaper, plus once one person had read one the next person can get enjoyment from it etc

April 01, 2008

The Amnesia Party advocates physics research

I really haven’t written much this month. There’s been a variety of reasons: illness, work, playing with my new computer, etc. However, I also haven’t had much to write about recently.

But then I got an email through from the Amnesia Party, who suggested that I should write something upbeat, modern and relevant. Clearly they’d forgotten why I blog. Given that a senior member of the Essex branch was into particle physics, they decided I should write about subatomic particles, because that will be so useful and relevant to people here.

The two particles he is researching in particular are turnons and hardons. They differ in that a turnons always have a charge of -½, whereas a hardon can has a charge of +1. When two turnons combine with a hardon, you end up with a particle known as a paun, after the Romanian physicist Florien Paun (1947-). More commonly turnons combine with each other to form an antiproton. Although the presence of turnons is well established, it is unknown how they correspond to quarks, or how paun operates in particle physics. Its operations has so far been described as the "règle trente-quatre" effect.

However, due to the constant cutbacks in physics funding, research into several areas of particle physics, including this pioneering research into turnons, hardons, paun and règle trente-quatre, are suffering from a lack of cash to help research. Many taxpayers see this type of research as a waste of money, as they can’t see how this area affects everyday life.

The Amnesia Party strongly believes that a greater understanding of how our universe works will provide long-term benefits for everyone. For more information on the continued cutbacks, please see these sites from UCL and the Amnesia Party on this issue.

March 10, 2008

Crisis at Amnesia HQ

There was a severe crisis at the Norfolk branch of the Amnesia Party, when Peter Pen the Prostitute went missing for a full 14 hours. Normally when Peter goes off pimping himself, a simple request of ”ペンはどこですか。” is greeted by the even simpler response of ”ペンはテブルのうえにあります。” and a glance at the table. However, yesterday, the Pen was not on the table.

Peter was eventually found submerged inside a tub of Raspberry Onken, as somebody has mistaken the Biopot for a pencil pot. As the saying goes, ”ペタルのぺんはオンケンのなかにいます。”

This goes down there as one of the worst things I’ve ever written anywhere ever. I’m sorry. :(

March 06, 2008

Fun Things To Do In The Office #4

Follow-up to Fun Things To Do In The Office #2 from The Man From O.N.K.E.N.

Send emails to everyone in your company written entirely in scheiße Deutsch.

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