July 01, 2005

Crazy Frog Update, the last I think.

No more, this is the last entry about the crazy frog. So many people payed for this rubbish that it got to number 1 in the charts and stayed there. I give up, really, whats the point of being proud to be British anymore?
Death to the frog.

March 17, 2005

ITS BACK! the crazy frog is worse than ever

Oh dear, they brought it back to haunt my TV watching. Going to have to have another quick rant about it.
1. They finally realized it had little genitals so now it has a censored bar across it, all that does is point out that it has genitals.
2. They've made a remix, nuff said.
3. Its sprouting other animals, nearly as annoying like sweety the chick and the farting pig, not to mention the dancing hippo and rhino.
4. I heard someone with the crazy frog ringtone, someone funding this stupid craze which is driving everyone, or maybe just me, mad. Why inflict it on us I wanted to ask? but he wasn't a friendly looking person, large and muscly etc. etc.
5. I hate ringtone adverts.

Noone will read this anyway, but its nice just to let some of my anger overspill onto the net.

January 09, 2005

DEATH to the crazy frog advert.

I spend many an agonising minute over the holidays trying to escape this damn advert, why why why do they do it? do they think that if they annoy you enough with it you'll just buy it?
I don't know, annoyed the hell out of me. And it had little genitals, you see those? link

Well here's some interesting facts about that ringtone and its origins.

A friend of someone's once worked as the BAR F1 Teams Radio Engineer and it was a friend of his who wrote it as a micky take for the Renault F1's team new engine design that they had. Trouble is the engine had a few problems with it and would on the "odd" occasion blow up! That sound effect was played over the team's loud speakers when ever a Renault came into the pits.

So there you go this "new" ringtone has infact been around for about 4 years!

December 08, 2004

What be your Pirate name? ARRRRRR

My pirate name is:

Mad Jack Kidd

Every pirate is a little bit crazy. You, though, are more than just a little bit. Even though you're not always the traditional swaggering gallant, your steadiness and planning make you a fine, reliable pirate. Arr!

Get your own pirate name from fidius.org.

November 30, 2004


I love bummin', discuss.

November 11, 2004

the half asleep phase, when is it better?

This will be my longest entry so far, mainly because it is about a key interest of mine.

I always find that the bit just before you go to sleep, as your drifting off is the best part of the sleeping experience. Often though the waking up in the morning, as long as you don't have to get up, is the more enjoyable.
Maybe I enjoy the actual waking up a little bit more but the joy is destroyed by actually having to get out of bed. Especially as it is now getting a bit colder.
Its a debate that rages in my mind every night and morning, sometimes.

Some interesting facts about sleep:

*If possible, the person will lie down to go to sleep.

*The person's eyes are closed.

*The person doesn't hear anything unless it is a loud noise.

*The person breathes in a slow, rhythmic pattern.

*The person's muscles are completely relaxed. If sitting up, the person may fall out of his or her chair as sleep deepens.

*During sleep, the person occasionally rolls over or rearranges his or her body. This happens approximately once or twice an hour. This may be the body's way of making sure that no part of the body or skin has its circulation cut off for too long a period of time.

*Reptiles, birds and mammals all sleep. That is, they become unconscious to their surroundings for periods of time.

*Some fish and amphibians reduce their awareness but do not ever become unconscious like the higher vertebrates do.

*Insects do not appear to sleep, although they may become inactive in daylight or darkness.

*By studying brainwaves, it is known that reptiles do not dream. Birds dream a little. Mammals all dream during sleep.

*Different animals sleep in different ways. Some animals, like humans, prefer to sleep in one long session. Other animals (dogs, for example) like to sleep in many short bursts. Some sleep at night, while others sleep during the day.

*Cows can sleep while standing up, but they only dream if they lie down.

*Whales and dolphins are "conscious breathers," and they need to keep breathing while they sleep, so only one half of the brain sleeps at a time.

health.howstuffworks.com/ sleep.htm:url

October 31, 2004

drunk and in a mask, halloween!

The best 3 I ever spent! there was one girl who wouldn't even look at me in the queue at the bar! My lab coat got its first proper outing and is covered in wierd red stains. Also had my first introduction to Big Stack burger at the chip shop, bloody marvellous.

October 25, 2004

Are we half way to Christmas?

If this is week 5 and there are 10 weeks in a term, surely we are half way there? I'm a bit worried, does that mean I've been here half a term and not really got anything done? Which must mean all the work is looming in the near future…......................

may santa be with me.

October 18, 2004

The learning grid should stay hidden

Those who know the whereabouts of the grid, tell noone. This sacred place should be preserved for generations to come and should never be crowded.

October 10, 2004


Doesn't mean this will be worth reading, so Ha! I tricked you!

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