There’s a reason I don’t use Twitter Cards on my blog. They’re silly, they clutter up Twitter and only idiots who want lots of pageviews on their crappy personal blog (that’s always full of nothing but blather and slather) use them.
Morons. All of them.
I moved my blog from BlogFile to WordPress. I couldn’t do everything I wanted in BlogFile, neat as it is. So WordPress it is… Drupal would have been overkill. Wordpress probably is.
If you got here from a “blog.php” link well, all the old content is here, but you might have to search for it sorry!
All the content is crap anyway…
I removed dnsmasq and installed pdnsd this weekend. It was prompted by changes necessary for beaker, but I moved them onto micro as well for faster lookups at home.Seems to be working well.
Because you tweeted something about Slater, or any of that other bullshit going on in the Media at the moment.
Morons don’t deserve attention.
From: Tim Harman [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, 10 August 2014 9:37 p.m.
Subject: Winning Wheel Question
I have a question which I am hoping you can answer for me.
Tonight my wife and I were discussing what is/isn’t allowed when it comes to being
on the “Winning Wheel” segment. The conversation arose because I expressed my
desire to wear a large chicken costume and do nothing but cluck through the whole
segment, if we were so lucky as to win a spot on the segment.
My wife, being the smarter of the two of us, said that there’s no way she’d let me
wear a chicken costume and/or cluck, and that NZ Lotto almost certainly wouldn’t
allow someone to dress up as a chicken anyway.
So my question is: What are “the rules” around the Winning Wheel segment?
Can a contestant wear a large chicken suit if they so desire?
Thank you for your enquiry.
While we have guidelines we follow during filming to ensure the integrity of our
products, we remain flexible as each winner’s story is very different.
There is no current ruling on wearing chicken suits.
Thanks for taking the time to write to us and good luck with your tickets.
Corporate Communications Advisor
PO Box 8929, Symonds Street, Auckland 1150
73 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland 1050, New Zealand
The most amazing bunch of whiners
Pinnacle of muppets and blow hards
Twitter users really are
*HINT* read it backwards for the true meaning!
We are now connected via fibber hoptic cabrel! So exciting. I must say, torrenting something at 30Mb/s is much nicer than torrenting it at 4Mb/s.