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A 24yr old computer geek from the Maiden - of -Head, usually on B3TA at work as there is no work but I get paid to read / study B3TA in great depth.

(*I Survived the B3TA fire of 2008*)

\/ Meh in a really odd mood kinda photo.


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» Procrastination

Thanks to someone....
Im so lazy even my smoke alarm has a Snooze button.
(Wed 19th Nov 2008, 11:16, More)

» Stuff I've found

Well two things.
The first is from a Friend, A very good friend I trust but also a little of topic.

At the end of term they always used to have muck up day where he went to School and they would see what kind of things they could unleash on the teachers to find when they came in to School that day. One of the lads who went to this school lived on a Farm and decided that they would sneek 3 pigs (Actual Pigs not Police) into the school the evening before an paint on these three Pigs 1, 2 and 4. So the teachers came in to find 3 pigs painted 1,2 and 4 and the whole day was spent looking for mystery pig no.3 ahhhhhh I can see it now teachers and kids running round screaming all day.....Never did find that Pig.

And the 2nd.

Well we were about 11 / 12 at school and found a security hole in the Network (We are talking 9 or so years ago) and decided to place porn on all of the PC's at school. This happened just before the weekend and all the Teachers came in to find porn infested PC's! We think SWEET. Until that is we get caught, Parents get involved and a very upper lip straight cut christian father of mine does not find it amuzing. This is also the day I found my father has no sence of humor at all.

Oh and what the hell......

Number 3 !!!!

We got a School trip to Chessington world of Adventures an we were walking around and I saw this Red coloured peice of paper on the ground like I have never seen before. I pick it up and its a fresh crisp £50 note. Us little snot bags all ditched our lunchbox food and sat in a delight of Pizza Hut and McDonalds :D
(Wed 12th Nov 2008, 16:20, More)

» Gambling

The Dust
I used to work on the Warranty and Repair line for a well known computer firm which rymes with Fudgit and Sue.

We user to get peoples home PC's in for repair and one of the most common things we go was overheats due to dust buildup on the old Heatsink and Fan.

I was cleaning out a particularly horible PC and I bet someone £20 I would eat the biggest clump of dust from it. I had a few other people also get in on the action that I could not do it and would blow chunks so I ate it all. £50 better off and a video floats around somewhere of me doing it.


Dust anyone, DUST ?????

(Thu 7th May 2009, 16:04, More)

» Public Sex

I hope he is not on B3TA or he might kill me......
My Friend who I shall call M for that is his first initial, had been going out with his still current girlfriend for about 2 years.

One afternoon last year they decided to go for a Picnic in Windsor Great Park and the walked around enjoying the sun and the sites and had from what Im told was a really nice lunch. Later in the afternoon they found they were alone in a part of the park no one appears to be in. Both of them were feeling rather horny to say the least as they only get to see each other every other weekend at this point so they start to do the dirty and play with every posible hole. Whilst they are Mid flow a loud noise is herd, Like Meercats they pop there heads up to see the Queens procession going by whilst pulling clothes back on and luckily they did not get seen doing the business.

I would like to think that if the Queen had seen them that they maybe would have been Hung or some such other old victorian punishment.....
(Fri 24th Apr 2009, 11:16, More)

» Kids

Explaining Death to Kids
Well about 2 years ago now My Grandfather died, He was a really nice man and he was suffering in a lot of pain the last twelve months so I am glad he found his peace.

Well we did not know how to tell my 5 year old neice at the time that Great Grand Pa was dead and we could not say nothing as we visit quite often.

So we sat her down and said that we would not see him any more and that he had died etc. I feel being honest is the best policy with kids..

Well a few hours passed of normal play and dinner and it came time to go home. We walked outside to put her in the car and she looked up at the sky and waved and said "Good Night Great Grand pa" And then turned round and said he is with Jesus.

I have to say we were all a little amazed / shocked and it even gave me a few tears in my eyes.

Kidz Ay !
(Fri 18th Apr 2008, 8:35, More)
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