A busy week

This week has been a little bit busy, I had a few posts in mind, one including a visit to the post office, which is always worthy of a few hundred words.

But now I’m thinking I might just talk about it on the podcast tonight as it’s a lot less effort, and I can then spend my lunch hour eating and reading the papers instead of typing it up on here.

I am officially a lazy bastard now, aren’t I?


  1. Anna · March 10, 2009


  2. Misty · March 10, 2009

    I agree with Anna

  3. Z · March 10, 2009

    Unfortunately, I often don’t have time or opportunity to listen to a podcast as it takes rather longer than reading a post.

  4. Mr Angry · March 10, 2009

    Z – I feel a bit guilty now. The potted version is I went to the post office to run an errand for a friend, tried to send something Special Delivery, and the tiller was incredibly slow at typing and took offence when I tried to tell them where the letter ‘Q’ was.

    It’s not funny written like that.

    You had to be there.

    Or you need to listen to the podcast.

  5. Keef · March 10, 2009

    I too feel cheated in having you in my list of internet favourites if you don’t post. I listen to the podcast at home since for some strange reason my boss gets mardy if I sit there in the middle of the day listening to yours and Cliff’s inane babbling for half an hour whereas a post gives me something bright and cheerful to read before I begin my dull gray day of soulless labour as another faceless corporate drone.

  6. Mr Angry · March 10, 2009

    Jesus, you lot are just trying to make me feel bad now, aren’t you?

  7. Mujja · March 10, 2009

    I agree with Keef, open plan offices and podcasts don’t mix….now WRITE goddam you WRITE!!!!

  8. Cliff · March 10, 2009

    I’m going to say podcast.

    If you’re eating and reading the papers, you’re doing it wrong.

  9. Z · March 10, 2009

    I’m enchanted to learn I’ve made you feel guilty. I listened to your last podcast yesterday, so now I’m thrilled to have a hint of what I have to look forward to in the next.

  10. ubermouth · March 10, 2009

    Well, since you asked… Yes to lazy bastard! YES to losing your ‘angry edge’. YES to you’re getting soft AND lazy.Bastard.