Month: June 2003

  • News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident III

    Continued from News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident and News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident II. Well, last night, around 11pm, I received a telephone call from the local police station – just basically asking if I was a witness to the road traffic accident (RTA) last night (no, first thing I knew was when I heard […]

  • Guess That Movie: LXII: Sweet and Lowdown

    I knew I had been forgetting something non-work related (I’ve had that much to do at work, I’ve just been getting home and wanting to avoid the PC), and it’s the latest round of Guess That Movie! Yep, Kymberlie R. McGuire correctly recognised Guess That Movie 61 as being taken from the movie “Fled”. But […]

  • News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident II

    Continued from News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident. Well, the fire engines (2) and ambulance (1) have now left the scene of the road traffic accident that happened just over an hour ago, the police have just completed taking the details of witnesses and car owners whose vehicles were impacted (even taking their driving licence details: […]

  • News: Leicester Road Traffic Accident

    The road I live on has just been closed (well, the end which I live on has been). Why? There’s been a RTA (Road Traffic Accident)! From what I can work out, a silver car was coming down the hill at a far whack (which, unfortunately, is not unusual), collided with a parked red car, […]

  • Snippet: Boxy, Boxy, Boxy.

    Yesss, it seems that Zaphod (my old PC: now equipped with a working fan and a 120Gb hard drive) is now running Debian Linux successfully (well, it’s just downloading the security updates as I type). Why the cheer? Well, yesterday’s installation didn’t quite work so I offer this advice: Despite what the Debian website suggests, […]