Fast & Furious

On the first day of my holidays, we were driving down the Bath Road and I spotted a bright white Seat Ibiza ahead of us with an interesting badge. I very much doubt this vehicle was packing a Nitrous Oxide system but then again, this is Slough. Anything is possible!

No Spoilers Please, We’re British

Modern society loves to label people. Put people into boxes. While that can at times be a bad thing, sometimes it is necessary for one to set your allegiances clearly. You are either in one camp or the other, never both. While I am not a fanatic, I have always identified myself as a Star […]

American Muscle

Spotted this brand new Dodge Challenger parked up in Nicholsons Shopping Centre, Maidenhead this afternoon and just had to take a few photographs, just before the owner turned up to drive home. I believe he had just visited the David Lloyd gym. Now as much as I would love to own a beast of a […]

Back In Time

Unsure exactly when but at some point in the past decade I stopped wearing a watch. Sure, I still wear a watch on special occasions but in the office, I could rely solely upon my smartphone. Once you are in a routine, there is little need for a watch, the time is on your computer […]

Experimenting

As you may have noticed, decided to install a new theme onto my WordPress site this Sunday afternoon and have spent the last few hours, tinkering with the colours, formats and layout to try and achieve my goal. Ultimately if somebody has taken the time to find my personal blog, they need to be able […]

Unmasking DG

Been a daily reader of the fantastic Diamond Geezer blog for over a decade. I stumbled on the daily East London-based diary from a link on ArseBlog way back in February 2003 and discovered he was doing a Count. Based on the famous Seasme Street character – Count von Count. I have the utmost respect […]

Silly Season

August is a strange month of the year. With the height of holiday season, work takes on a dramatically different outlook. Many people are on holiday and countries around Europe effectively shut down for a minimum of two weeks, majority for the entire month. The office becomes a ghost town, with many people away, particularly […]