I have some way to go before I can extend any form of Rolex “collection” to catch up with this chap. I think he may have too much money!
These by the way are all, bar 2, VINTAGE Rolexes and therefore of even greater value than my “common” Submariner. I’d make a conservative estimate [...]
WordPress is now at version 2.5 and once again, the update process was a doddle.
Backing up everything, performing the upgrade and then making sure it all worked took a mere 10 minutes. The new layout in the admin section, where one writes and manages posts and comments is clear and simplified.
All in all, [...]
As regular readers know, I am not a fan of BA.
With the opening of Terminal 5 and the many delays, mis-managements, cock-ups, inefficiencies and general crapness that has accompanied the first couple of days of operation, I laughed to see this image in an e-mail they sent me as a member of their executive [...]
Over at RolexForums, someone asked whether you could damage your Rolex while playing golf. This reply made me laugh.
“Playing golf with your Rolex could harm it. Alone the blow with the golf club involves some risk of damaging it. Furthermore, it depends on how high the Rolex flies and what surface it lands on [...]
Last night, I watched most of the 2004 remake of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead. It has been years since I saw the original which I enjoyed, in as much as I can ever enjoy a horror film. They are generally too predictable, illogical and clichéd to bother with.
I gave the 2004 [...]
Well one of my new favourite sites is RolexForums where you can meet a great variety of Rolex lover, experts, serious collectors and loons. The wealth of information available on there is astonishing, covers vintage models, rumours of what the company are bringing out, detailed model and version differences and for the brave, repair advice.
I now realise that $53,000 is not enough to spend on a watch. $600,000 is much more like it! Diamonds anyone?
Following the tension, rioting and deaths in Tibet, who would you believe?
The Dalai Lama – Buddist, vegetarian, pacifist.
Wen Jiabo -Premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, member of the communist party since 1965, present at Tiananmen Square, famous for saying, “the socialist system will continue in China for the [...]