I used to work here
Posted 2 Days Ago
And I think I had the best years of it before it became just another soulless corporate monolith.
Leaving this here for reference
Posted Aug 5, 2018
In case anyone says to me "I bet you can't remember the last day you didn't have any booze."
Well this a little frustraing/embarrassing
Posted Dec 4, 2017
Since last Thursday I've found myself getting logged out of h2g2 each time I close my browser. I don't know why - I haven't changed any settings. So I have to go through the whole Captcha thing every time. That's annoying.
Here's the embarrassing bit. As a 17-year veteran (I think it's 17... might be 16) of h2g2 and spinster of this parish (continuously, I might add - no buggering off for a time and coming back), you'd think I'd be able to find a help page that deals with difficulties such as being logged out. You'd think.
Can I? Can I 'eck as like
It's oh so nice to go travelling
Posted Aug 22, 2016
But it's so much nicer to come home.
I've just got back home after a couple of days in Dallas visiting Dewey (and the former Mrs Gosho, of course). He's the same old Dewey that he always was but he's definitely showing his age (16) He's a bit more arthritic than he was last time I saw him, exactly a year ago, and he's not seeing too well these days despite having medicine for his eyes and his blood pressure. Look at his pupils - they're like dinner plates
But he remembered his dad as soon as I walked in, and wouldn't leave me alone Mrs Gosho (that was) is doing well after a bout of pancreatitis earlier this month. There was beer, there was food, there was curry, and there was Dewey
If you've done six impossible things before breakfast
Posted Jun 14, 2016
Well, not six - three. And not impossible - unusual.
Replied to two conversations and started a new journal entry.