Any techie (or more clued up on phones) types know owt about mobiles and deals?
My contract ends in a month or so and I’m looking at getting a far better deal with a nice swanky new smartphone included. R’s contract ended recently too so we’re looking at both getting a good deal. Both of us want a new phone. I have 2 questions.
Which phones are worth lookng into? I won’t get an iPhone (probably) but am open-minded re any of the others. R’s keen on “a Blackberry (or something like that)”.
Which networks are good? IE good coverage and cheap deals.
We had a thingy posted through our door yesterday, most impressive leaflet it was.
’twas an advert for some bloke who is (take a deep breath)
expert in tantric
Wow. I do hope he’s actually a psychologist as I believe it’s actually illegal to claim that you are if you’re not. All of the other things are mainly bollocks.
The next line states that he
“predicts the past, present and future”
Coo! Predicting the past and present eh? Tricky stuff!
He’s inviting enquiries for lots of personal problems. You know the stuff, all very tedious like marital issues etc.
Then we get to “eduction”. I guess he means “education”, bit of a faux pas to mess up that word tho. The next bit is about improving your lot at work; ie looking for a “promototion”. Not sure I’d follow this bloke’s advice.
Amongst the list of podcasts I get through regularly is a comedy one called “The Bugle”. John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman host it and it’s usually very funny.
This week, however, they’ve gone and done a whole episode on the Bin Laden death.
Really not comedy gold.
I’m happy to forgive an occasional dud episode of something that’s usually so good. Unfortunately this time I heard it in the car on the way to Leicester. R was with me and I’d just bigged up the show as well worth listening to. So we’re zooming down the M1 and this tedious ramble through barely comedic thoughts wasn’t the introduction to the show I was after.
I was also surprised that the tone was celebratory. Wasn’t really the tone I was expecting.
Hmm. Lots of possibilities here. How young? When I was very small apparently I was very happy to keep repeating “Nice One Cyril” over and over again (although I have no memory of this). But frankly putting that on here would make me very sad.
How about the first 7″ single I ever bought with my own money? Here you go then:
Oh and this is from the first grown-up album I ever had, mum and dad bought it for me on a trip to London: