People queuing. For a phone. I wanted an iPhone 4 as well, but simply waited two days to get one. No queues, no early mornings and, more importantly, no passersby thinking I was an absolute lunatic. Ok, not something I experienced directly, but I certainly viewed - and laughed at it - it from afar.
As Ashley Cole stepped off the team coach on Sunday having earlier participated in England's worst ever World Cup defeat, he laughed and joked casually with other members of the squad. This confirmed two things: 1. He really is thick as two short planks. And 2. Our beloved England team have reached the end of … Continue reading Time to Lower Expectations and Ditch the Divine Right
Why wouldn't I get by without my car? It's a tool. If I didn't have my car, I'd have to walk to work. And that would take about 2 hours. Of all the things I want to do at 8.30am, walking for two hours isn't one of them.
I took the thirty minute journey to PC World in Milton Keynes to have a play with one. Within second of the home screen arranging itself I'd decided I required an iPad. So I bought one.