The Dante’s Inferno Test has sent you to the First Level of Hell – Limbo!
Here is how you matched up against all the levels:
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Well, this result isn’t really surprising as I believe I must already be there! 🙂
There’s not a great deal happening in my life at the moment. That, in of itself, is not necessarily a bad thing, merely a little dull.
I wish the weather would decide what it’s doing. Although it’s still warm enough to go without a jumper, the rest of the outlook looks more like February than the end of April. It’s very windy. So much so that during my cycle home I was having to lean sideways at about 10 degrees to keep from being blown over. I hate wind when cycling.
On other matters, I see that X-Men 2 comes out on Thursday and The Matrix Reloaded is out in about a month’s time. Also, the latest Harry Potter film’s out on DVD, so I can go and rent it and catch up with the saga. I think I’ll do that at the weekend.
Talking of sagas, I see that The Dragons Friendly Society have managed to get all the Noggin the Nog sagas onto video. They’re apparently planning a DVD release but it will require them to renovate the original film stock which has sat in rusting cans held in a chicken coop for the last 30 years. I’m not sure I can hold my breath for those. I may just look into buying the videos.
Well, I’m back at home after my little break in Cornwall.
Other than having problems sleeping last night and a 4.5 hour drive home, I’m reasonably refreshed.
Back to work tomorrow. Oh well.
Happy Easter one and all.
I can’t stay long as I’m on holiday down in Cornwall, using a dial-up so it’s costing my parents money.
I’ve been doing walking and stuff, and I’m having a restful time.
More updates when I get home.
now, on Bullet, we’ve been discussing how great it would be if instead of
weapons of mass destruction you could have weapons of mass construction.
Varieties could include:-
Thermonuclear power plant cruise missiles.
Hospital cluster bombs (thanks grim).. Though it could be dangerous if children
picked up unexploded ones as they could be crushed by the A&E unit. However,
they would be in the right place for treatment.
Pro-personnel mines would add legs and arms to people they explode around.
Biological weapons would cure diseases.
There are problems, however, you may have collateral construction which could really foul things up.
What do you think?
Well, the Raleigh rep turned up to the bike shop after all. He took a look at it and told the manager that he could get the part. It’s supposed to be here in a fortnight. Yeah, I’ll believe it when I see it.