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Posted:Nov 10, 2005 3:48 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

I spent some time clearing rubbish that had been fly-tipped in the service road that runs behind my house. The residents have to do the work ourselves in order to reduce the risk of fires and preserve our homes.
This was during the summer.
Because the service road is used by drug addicts and prostitutes perhaps it was only a matter of time before I ended up spiking myself on a used needle. This was what happened and I have just taken a HIV 1/2 test.
Negative was the result.
I know the risk was quite low but it's all been very stressful.
If anyone suspects they my have been infected then my advice is to get tested. Better to know than not. Knowing may not bring peace of mind but if you are positive then you can do something towards damage limitation re lovers, family and other issues.
Housemaids knee.....
Posted:Nov 4, 2005 9:21 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Well it's friday last. My newlywed sister is well into her honeymoon and the rest of the family is recovering from the party....and the afterparty.
The wedding was medieval and I had to dress as a monk with a green hooded habbit. Tasteful and sexy but like my many wedding dresses....not designed for moving in.....or watering the horses in.
Managed to trip several times and have done something to my left knee. Painful walking and bending.
Ho Hum. It's a shame someone hasn't invented a device for warning us about taking actions that might damage us. My knee hasn't been quite right for months since I got drunk and decided to try and carry a fat friend.
If such an early warning device were created it would have to be a body stocking with sensors at the joints to measure load. If the user attempts to lift a dangerous load an alarm would sound and the body stocking could deliver a shock or vibrate something. Hmmmm could make warehouse work a whole lot more interesting.
And the prize for the biggest alcoholic goes to......
Posted:Oct 29, 2005 2:42 pm
Last Updated:Nov 4, 2010 10:04 am

Hip Hip Horray it's the weekend at last and time to.....erm shop and do the laundry.

I have taken to visiting an unusual French themed market stall in the Wolverhampton indoor market.
They have a nice range of vodka from different parts of the world. None from France but I'll forgive them for that.

The owners of the stall gave me a nice free t-shirt today because I'm one of their best customers. Hmmm. If I got the star treatment from a regular off-licence, (Liquor store if you're in the USA),I'd have an alcohol problem.
However this is small scale and an example of superb customer service.
I don't buy vast quantities. I buy quality.
I believe that if you're going to drink then you might as well make it a good one. The imported vodkas always seem to have a quality and character not found in most UK brands.
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The weekend of the wedding.
Posted:Oct 28, 2005 2:21 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

At last its the weekend. It's been a long week with more than a little stress due to poorly running trains, bad weather and cycling.
My sister gets married this weekend. Fingers crossed for good weather. Its a medieval theme wedding rather than a traditional religious wedding. This is OK but dressing up has never been something I enjoy
Wet n wonderful Birmingham
Posted:Oct 21, 2005 3:11 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Wow......well readers outside the UK will no doubt be pleased to hear about the monsoon style rain we had today in the midlands.
I decided against taking the train to work.....stupidly. I thought,
"Ohhhh it's not that bad and if I get wet I'll soon dry out."
Hmmm....the 26 miles to work was very wet and I did not dry out all day.
I had taken the precaution of wearing as little as possible and carrying a change of gear in my rucksac. My bib shorts remained comfortable combined with a simple T shirt. I reached 5 ways island in Brum, wet n sexy but confortable. The cool water running over my body was almost an aphrodisiac.
All continued to go well as I progressed towards Spark Hill, then I rode through the mother of all puddles. 3 ft deep. This filled my shoes which had been relatively dry up to that point. After that I stayed wet cold and miserable all day because I'd forgotten to bring a change of socks n shoes.
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Where there's glass
Posted:Oct 17, 2005 4:04 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Busy day, nose firmly to the grindstone.
Spot of bother on AM ride to work. Some drunk had left smashed glass on road and pavement. Got costly puncture half way to work. Happily because I have slime in the inner tubes the minor puncture sorted itself out long enough to get to the cycle shop near work.
Nice weather....wore next to nothing and still sweating. Is the UK drifting south?
Back again with the horn again
Posted:Oct 15, 2005 1:59 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Hmmm wow, having read many blogs both male and female I've got a feeling mine might be one of the more boring ones. The main reason for this is because if a blog is much like a diary then my daily life isn't that fascinating.

I realised today that I cycle roughly 300 miles a week. With this in mind I was able to justify to my health-conscious self, buying a range of wholesome but also fatty food.

A recent visit to the Black Country Museum, (Dudley nr Wolverhampton to all you non-locals), reminded me of some of the joys of fatty food. Amid their many living exhibits of shops etc they have an old-fashioned chip shop. It's very basic selling just battered fish and good old English chips. The par-boiled pieces of potato are fried in beef dripping. Not one for hard-core vegetarians I know.....but much more healthy than the rubbish found in fries from a burger chain.

Today I found my way to a friendly butchers and bought some Beef Dripping/Lard in jelly. I just cooked up a plate of chips fit for a king. Served with salad, beans and fried onions and garlic......well it's my idea of a simple pleasure anyway.
The latest from the house of cats
Posted:Oct 14, 2005 6:20 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Today peace reins over the house of cats.
The weather was good and I decided to cycle to and from work. This is something I reasess every day because the ride is a tormenting 26 miles or so each way. Somehow more than half of it is uphill too.
I enjoy cycling in lycra shorts, (pictured), and get noticed in them. The soft sheer material keeps me cool and dry. A curious articulated pad in the crotch helps pad and protect the crown jewels.
I got wolf-whistles en route. A nice ego boost in an otherwise uneventful working day.
Aggggghhhhh not another marketing call
Posted:Oct 10, 2005 10:48 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Scams. I'm sick of them.
Over 400 scam/spam Emails every day to my various business Email accounts. Takes at least half an hour to delete the ones that slip through the spam filter and rules I have set. Thats time I should be spending on customers.

Consider also the hour a day I seem to spend answering unsolicited marketing calls from India et al. Owing to the nature of our business we can't use call blocking services because they would block legitimate callers from customers and suppliers around the world. SO, I'm left chatting to half-wits with limited English that want to sell us poor services etc etc etc.
Why is it half of them are told to give an "English-sounding" name when their strong foreign accent tells you this is probably a lie?
Just who was it that told em to do that? Why not give a likely sounding name?
A week of the plague
Posted:Oct 9, 2005 2:38 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:27 pm

Just endured a nasty week with the latest stinking cold. Symptoms seem to vary from person to person but as well as the usual cold-style symptoms you also get dodgy gut problems.
After a week off work mostly sleeping I'm feeling better which is just as well because I've got to start cycling to work 26 miles each way. In the past I've only managed half the journey by bicycle but increasingly unreliable rail n road transport mean I'll have to go the whole hog r find other work.

This will probably be the last dating website I other with. I think I've tried all the rest and felt most of them were a complete waste of time and money.
It's not always the cost.....most of the time the problem is that websites want credit card details to become a full member. There is rarely a Switch/Delta/Solo card option. Why is this? Some of us want a simple life without the misery of a credit card. Are we to be excluded from dating websites simply because we want to pay for something straight off on a debit card?

Anyhow....rant over....this one looks more promising because there is the cheque option.

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