I’ll be writing personal Christmas emails tomorrow to everyone, but if I don’t get time, or some other problem, please accept my best wishes for Christmas and New Year, to everyone reading this.
If there is one thing that makes me want to scream at the moment (apart from climate change and X factor !) its the phrase used to describe the decade. The noughtie’s. Utter crap. It should be called the Zero’s, and sounds like something that children would say.
Anyway, those good old Boys at BBC News have published a list of 11 photos that define the decade. I don’t like the royals being in 2 pictures out of the 11, think the David Cameron Photo is hilarious and liked the simple picture of a girl standing in the rain.
They also have an A4 sheet you can print with slogans and logo’s of the decade. You can download it here (I’ve printed it and put it up in my room, its quite good).
The final Dr Who episode The end of time, with David Tennant will be shown on Christmas day. Most people (well me) believe that David has redefined the character and program.
Surprising then, that he is being replaced by some demographicaly pleasing replacement along with a demographicaly pleasing assistant. Personally, I think Bill Nighy would make a superb Dr.
Anyway, to go along with all that, they have produced a new logo. I think its rubbish, but what do I know.
For people who have watched the Dr at some point on Saturday evening, throughout the last 4 decades, you can look up your favourite logo here.
As an atheist, I don’t believe in God. Put simply, I don’t believe in a supreme being who controls everything.
There is a technique used by Tony Robbins, for when someone says I can’t/it can’t be done, etc. After a pause, Tony says, but if it could, what would it look like, how would it work etc. (you get the idea).
I tried this on myself, and asked, if God was real/existed etc., what would he be like ?.
Enlightenment. Its Simon Calder.
For those that don’t know (the kind of ignorant people, who read the sport section of a newspaper, rather than the travel section) Simon Calder is probably the best know travel journalist in the UK.
Unpretentious, practical, and yet passionate about travel, he defines the simple pleasure’s of adventure by his very personality. I was delighted to see a video about things to do in Chester (my home town) made by him, you can watch it here.