Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Bits and bobs

Well, a new hobby awaits, the digital camera arrived yesterday in the Boots half-price sale, thanks to my neighbour who also got one there. For those in the know it's 5 megapixel 12X combined zoom, though as soon as I got it I found a similar one for a bit more that came with a photo printer... Anyway, bollocks to that, mine's pretty amazing and as soon as I get a USB hub I'll be posting my efforts here as always. No flap shots though guys (and lezzers!).

Anyway, now I've offended every lesbian without a sense of humour on the blogosphere, on with this weekend's latest news. Not much actually, progress in the gym is moving along, I dead lifted 60kg eight times in a row for the first time, and that was the third group of three. My chest is three inches below its maximum as I've lost so much fat, but clearly the hardest area to add size to. Everything else, on my third anniversary of this gym effort has grown but wasn't really measurable besides my biceps, which must have added a couple of inches.
So plans I can control this week are building up a nice album of local photos on my Flickr album, as basically there are very few online besides scenic and commercial views. As usual, I hope to provide original material on the net, which is what my original site www.kingsbury.tk provides.
I've also set up a possible appearance on LBC for Jeremy Taylor, who sent me a lovely email as he was a friend of the family while living in England. I'd love to hear him singing 'Ag pleez deddy' again, and Londoners could hear it from the man himself rather than me this time. More of that as it unfolds. Otherwise on with the Rome painting, which is looking pretty good so far. Business is picking up so only women are really the obvious hiatus in life here now. Quality I mean, as I said before I turn away pure quantity as it's better to have no one than a pain in the arse. Except just for occasional sex, but that's more like a sneeze than an orgasm, I've been around long enough to learn the differences...

2 comments:

Stef said...

I wouldn't worry too much about the photoprinter - the ink and paper cost a fortune. Good luck with the camera

Cocaine Jesus said...

i disagree with your comment about the chest being the hardest part of the body to add inches to . . .
my wife has another anatomical body part that she would like me to increase!
(Que Sera)