Check out these great photos of wickedm6 as Spider-Man!
Really wish I had a Spider-Man suit like that! If I did, I would never want to take it off!! Anyone know where I can get a Spider-Man suit like that??
For more Spider-Man cosplay photos check out his fan page @ www.facebook.com/Wickedm6.
I am sure that most of you will know, I have a thing for fit lads wearing Lycra. So here are some sexy photos of Theo Bos!
Check out www.flickr.com/groups/theo-bos/ for even more great photos of Theo Bos.
Well pleased with myself. Just done my first half century (50 miles) cycle of the year. I was not planning to when I set off. But someone twitter give me the idea! I was going to be happy with 40 miles. Pleased I did it, means I have beating the longest cycle I did in February last year. Which was 44.28 miles.
I will now leave you with the route map and route statistics. No elevation graph like normal due to the GPS playing up.
- Distance: 50.13 miles.
- Time: 4:03:18 (h:m:s).
- Avg Speed: 12.4 mph.
- Max Speed: 28.3 mph.
No Elevation data, due to GPS playing up.
Data from: Garmin Connect.
Here are some photos taken during today’s 31.86 mile cycle. Sorry there is no Lycra on show. But you will be pleased to know, I am of course wearing it under the rest of my winter cycling gear :).
If you are going out for a meal tonight in the UK. You will want to check out this page and see what food hygiene rating the place has got! The URL you will need is ratings.food.gov.uk.
It will tell you, want rating the business has out of 5. With 5 being the best.
The worrying thing is, that lots of the places I eat at, only have a 2 or 3 star rating. Which is not good at all :(.
They also do mobile apps, if you want to check the rating of a place while you are out!
Oh dear, oh dear. I have had my Humax Foxsat HDR since 28 Dec 2009. So I guess the hard drive has done well. At the time of getting it, a 320 GB hard drive in a PVR (personal video recorder) was seen has big. When I first got it. It only had one full time HD channel and that was BBC HD. Now it’s got BBC1 HD, BBC HD, ITV HD, Channel 4, RT HD and NHK World HD.
So the hard drive does soon fill up. When recording HD stuff. I only know, well hope it’s the hard drive that died. After reading about it on the Internet. The box started to reboot it’s self for no reason at all. It’s been doing that for a number of weeks. It gone to point, you would turn it on and it would just reboot it’s self.
Then yesterday I turned it on and it reformatted the hard drive. So pissed me off to say the least. I have now lost, years and years of TV programmes I wanted to keep. Also ones I had not gotten around to seeing.
So I have now unplugged the hard. See photo before, with it’s top off. That’s stopped the rebooting. Just means I can’t record anything with it :(.
So today I have ordered a new 1TB hard drive for it. Which I do really hope fixes it. If not I have spent a lot on a new hard drive for no reason at all!!
Once I know, if it’s fixed it. I will post another update!! 🙂 Wish me wish!!
The BBC has announced that the HD simulcast of BBC Two will launch just before Easter, on 26th March 2013.
BBC Two HD will replace the existing BBC HD Channel and will be available subscription-free on all digital television platforms offering HD channels.
The BBC Two HD channel will be a simulcast network version of the BBC Two schedule. Meaning that if you live in Scotland for example and want to watch Newsnight Scotland, you will have to tune back to BBC Two Scotland in SD.
I must say, I am not best pleased they are closed down BBC HD. Now where are they going to show content from BBC Three and BBC Four in HD?
More information about this can be found at www.a516digital.com/2013/02/bbc-two-hd-launches-26th-march.html.
Here is yet another BBC program to watch this week. It’s called “Murder On The Victorian Railway” and airs on BBC2/BBC HD this Thursday (21st February 2013) at 9:00pm GMT.
More information about it can be found on the BBC Media Centre website at www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2013/08/murder-on-the-victorian-railway.html.
The next episode of The Railway: Keeping Britain on Track is on BBC2/BBC HD at 9:00pm GMT on Tuesday 18th February 2013. This week’s episode is called “Summer Madness”. Can’t wait for it.
Last week’s episode was a real eye opener. If you missed it. It’s still on the BBC iPlayer @ www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01qqzb6/The_Railway_Keeping_Britain_on_Track_Kings_Cross/.
Another day, yet another good cycle. I have no idea how I did this. I did 33.76 miles yesterday. Did a different route today and did the same distance (33.76 miles). I don’t think I could do that again, even if I wanted to. During this cycle, it’s also the first time, I have cycled to Grantham this year. The first times of many, I am sure!
I will now leave you with the route map, elevation graph and route statistics.
- Distance: 33.76 miles.
- Time: 2:33:34 (h:m:s).
- Avg Speed: 13.2 mph.
- Max Speed: 30.4 mph.
- Elevation Gain: 363 meters.
- Min Elevation: 43 meters.
- Max Elevation: 129 meters.
Data from: Garmin Connect.