no appointment necessary!
evening big tits.......
... well that aint me
Nor me these days. I think he means Hope (or Wifey.)
Well it certainly isnt Wifey ... she's two fried eggs on an ironing board
That was the joke.
*sigh* and anyway, isn't it your bedtime?
Hmm .. dont leave it too late I'm just watching the news while the cat renders my legs useless
Wifey - do you know any medics who can look after you?
I'm done for this evening. Have achieved my objectives. Night night.
hope the fgoot is better this morning Wifey..........don't want you to be put off your running..........You have a PB to train for
I'm getting ready to go for a swim.......
hope you manage to find your anti-bs Wifey and happy swimming Seren. I have a strange mental image of the GPO wrapping Meldy's legs in gaffer tape as per that chap on the Icelandic Air flight.
I have the post swim snots, but did manage to survive a swim where they made me do other stuff than crawl, I'm hoping it will be a what doesn't kill me kind of things.
If you're only web browsing then computers should be able to go on for ever, problems start to arise if you need to put new software on as this increasingly requires/makes use of the better resources newer kit has. I could go off on a 'back in my day' at this point, but I shall resist as it's likely to be a lengthy one (and technical and dull).
debbo.hope that it can be sorted by a couple of tablets....i was awesome at swimming
That's horrible Deb, hope you get it seen to today.
Well done at awesomeness Seren
I'm not doing anything awesome today, but I am basking in the glow of a fairly awesome run last night
The quality of the components joints and solder in computers has gone down over many years now so that they just don't last as long as they once did. That has gone in hand with them being seen as disposable objects . It's also why they're now pretty much worthless once bust where as they used to have a scrap value.
That's even the case in the £1000 + business machines unfortunatley.
But you guys all sound like my ideal users who actually take care of their kit.
2 month old iPad smashed yesterday when it was dropped in a van and hit the metal gear stick.
Or there was the one that got run over, or the blackberry that was dropped down a festival portaloo, which they only told me after they'd slapped it in my hand.
oh dear alibear.rmeind me never to lend you my laptop
i have just run......a little damp out ... not sure whether to let the kit dry on me as i have got running club in 2 hours or to showrr and get clean kit
if it was me I would first check in the clean clothes drawer.
Ali- I have managed to wear out one of my portables, but that was taking it on a regular weekly airflight to Europe and even then it took some years to succumb.
Back in the day I got a call from one of the factory schedulers I used to support. He'd split coffee on his keyboard, but being an enterprising chap he'd rinsed it with water and then left it on top of one of the furnaces on the factory floor to 'dry off'. When they eventually plugged the by now Salvador Dali shaped keyboard back in they found it no longer worked.
Seren you're a proper little training machine. Go you!
I'm about to get my yoga mat out. I have achy legs and I think I need a bit of a stretch.
Ali, you're almost as bad as me with gadgets.
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