Archive for November, 2010

Cookie hostages, Nameskis, SNOW!

Posted in Abbie, Becky, Benski, Books, cookies, Cows, Craig, Dom, Emski, Eric S. Nylund - Halo: The Fall of Reach, Family, Father, Food, Freya, Friendlings, Gary, Ian, James, Jasper Fforde - First Among Sequels, Jeffrey, Josh M., KEVII, Kris, Lee, Liam, Lukeski, Meakin, Mother, Peter, Rants, reminiscing, Steven, tedium, thoughts, Tobuscus/Toby Turner, Tom, Tyler, Wendy on 30/11/2010 by willsalt

Good Eveningski

It was snowing again. Yay! We got sent home from KEVII at about 14:00 today; I got home at about 14:55, (walking from 14:15 till 14:45, car after that.) I had a free last, so I pretty much just lost 20 minutes of chemistry, and had to walk for a while rather than sitting in a moderately comfortable chair for an hour…

Confused and annoyed Craig today, I questioned his fondness of Ianski, then moved away from his, and explained it by saying ‘Don’t mind me, I’m just homophobic.’ Once that processed in his tiny little mind he didn’t seem overly pleased.

Ianski doesn’t really work, does it…? Who does it work with? List time!

Craig lost his ski.

Willski yup.

More organisedski:

Workskis:

  • Mumski/Melski/Melanieski
  • Emski/Emilski
  • Benski
  • Tobyski
  • Wendyski
  • Daveski
  • Tomski
  • Dadski/Nickski
  • Leeski
  • Lukeski
  • Will Mk1 ski
  • Titchski and perhaps Daveski, if he likes being called Dave, if Davidski then no.

Sort ofskis:

  • Krisski/Kriski
  • Beckyski/Beckski
  • Garyski
  • Joshski
  • (Other) Joshski
  • Kierski
  • Jeffski
  • Domski

Not so muchskis:

  • Charlieski
  • Nicholasski
  • Jamesski/Jameski
  • Callumski
  • Connorski
  • Meakinski
  • Peterski
  • Abbieski
  • Liamski

Not in the slightestskis:

  • Nathanski
  • Emmaski
  • Freyaski
  • Stevenski
  • Tylerski

My cookies are being held hostage, by a matriarchal fiend! We shall burn her at the stake. On Thursday. That reminds me, Thursday Next, I’m still reading First among sequels, the 4th sequel, the next one’s not released until January so I’ll have to find something else to read till then, Halo: Fall of Reach, that’ll take about a 8 hours… I’ll have to buy more, but I can’t do that until after Christmas… :/

Okay, Books, Names, Gays/Craigs, he won’t like that, walking, WEATHER!

Snow is great, I love snow, I don’t like ‘grit’, it ruins it, you just get brown slushy stuff, that’s horrible to walk on… grr… I won’t rant about weather, I may be British, but I don’t conform to stereotypes.

That’s everything, seeing as nothing particularly interesting happened on Reach, or Mass Effect.

Thanks for reading, Ta-ta.

Love Willski.

Blog of blog-ey-ness…

Posted in Homework, ICT, KEVII, Meakin, reminiscing, tedium, thoughts on 28/11/2010 by willsalt

Good evening.

posting, for no apparent reason, what fun! doughnut anyone? i want one…

Nothing to post, because i spent the day on EVE again… I’m going to have to do Biology homework tomorrow morning, hope i didn’t have anything for Meakin…

Thanks for reading, Ta-ta.

Love Willski.

 

Surviving Fails

Posted in Craig, Friendlings, Rants, reminiscing, thoughts on 27/11/2010 by willsalt

Good Evening, again.

Because of Craigskis disbelief, a lovely little quote from wikipedia.

Surviving falls

JAT stewardess Vesna Vulović survived a fall of 33,000 feet (10,000 m)[4] on January 26, 1972 when she was aboard JAT Flight 367. The plane was brought down by explosives over Srbská Kamenice in the former Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic). The Serbian stewardess suffered a broken skull, three broken vertebrae (one crushed completely), and was in a coma for 27 days. In an interview she commented that, according to the man who found her, “…I was in the middle part of the plane. I was found with my head down and my colleague on top of me. One part of my body with my leg was in the plane and my head was out of the plane. A catering trolley was pinned against my spine and kept me in the plane. The man who found me, says I was very lucky. He was in the German Army as a medic during World War two. He knew how to treat me at the site of the accident.” [5]

In World War II there were several reports of military aircrew surviving long falls: Nick Alkemade, Alan Magee, and Ivan Chisov all fell at least 5,500 metres (18,000 ft) and survived.[citation needed]

Freefall is not to be confused with individuals who survive instances of various degrees of controlled flight into terrain. Such impact forces affecting these instances of survival differ from the forces which are characterized by free fall.

It was reported that two of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing survived for a brief period after hitting the ground (with the forward nose section fuselage in freefall mode), but died from their injuries before help arrived.[6]

Juliane Köpcke survived a long free fall resulting from the December 24, 1971, crash of LANSA Flight 508 (a LANSA Lockheed Electra OB-R-941 commercial airliner) in the Peruvian rainforest. The airplane was struck by lightning during a severe thunderstorm and exploded in mid air, disintegrating two miles up. Köpcke, who was 17 years old at the time, fell to earth still strapped into her seat. She survived the fall with only a broken collarbone, a gash to her right arm, and her right eye swollen shut.[7]

As an example of ‘freefall survival’ that was not as extreme as sometimes reported in the press, a skydiver from Staffordshire was said to have plunged 6,000 metres without a parachute in Russia and survived. James Boole said he was supposed to have been given a signal by another skydiver to open his parachute, but it came two seconds too late. Mr Boole, who was filming the other skydiver for a television documentary, landed on snow-covered rocks and suffered a broken back and rib. [8] While he was lucky to survive, this was not a case of true freefall survival, because was flying a wingsuit, greatly decreasing his vertical speed. This was over descending terrain with deep snow cover, and he impacted while his parachute was beginning to deploy. Over the years other skydivers have survived accidents where the press has reported that no parachute was open, yet they were actually being slowed by a small area of tangled parachute. They might still be very lucky to survive, but an impact at 80 mph is much less severe than the 120 mph that might occur in normal freefall.

 

And before you go disputing the accuracy of Wikipedia, remember that it’s on average as accurate as the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

Soo, yes, Craigski, You’re wrong, and until further notice have lost your ‘ski’.

(damned american english, ruining my posts be being firefoxs’, and wordpresses, default language, I’ll have to change that.)

Thanks for reading, Ta-ta.

Love Willski.

Snow, EVE, err… perhaps something else…

Posted in advertising, EVE Online, Games, online, PC, reminiscing, tedium, thoughts on 27/11/2010 by willsalt

Good Evening.

There’s snow outside. Yay!

spent the morning on EVE, mining is tedious, but i’m going to buy it, and try not to spend real money on subscription soonish, no doubt after Christmas then…

i really can’t think of anything else to write… can you?

Thanks for reading then, Ta-ta.

Love Willski.

Weird computer…

Posted in Friendlings, James, KEVII, reminiscing, Social Center, thoughts, UCAS on 26/11/2010 by willsalt

Good evening.

At 12:27:57…

Enough Thing Thing Arena 2 for now… Yes, weird computers. Any time my computer’s connected to the internet right now, it has an annoying habit of ceasing to respond to the mouse, and transfering files somewhere… well, an increase in network activity anyway…

James is a very mean person,  try to hug him, and he Elbows me in the chest? monster.

Right, UCAS… Tata then.

(Very short post, I’ll try to do something interesting to talk about tonight, asuming i can get online.)

Thanks for reading, Ta-ta, again…

Love Willski.

Odd Chemistry lessons…

Posted in Jeff Waynes Musical Version of the War of the Worlds, Music, reminiscing, Simon & Garfunkel, thoughts, Tobuscus/Toby Turner, Toby Turner, Turisas, YouTube on 25/11/2010 by willsalt

Good Evening.

My chemistry lesson today was a bit odd… i couldn’t stop thinking about music… rather random choice of it as well, in no particular order:

(apologies for all the videos…)

 

yeah, not much original content here… any I’m to lazy to label them…

What else? Grey pasta, lyrics all over my chemistry work, weird electricity, and that’s about it…

Thanks for reading, Ta-ta.

Love Willski

short post, ICT work, Halo Wars!

Posted in Halo Wars, Homework, ICT, KEVII, Meakin, XBOX 360 on 24/11/2010 by willsalt

Good Evening.

Got what is quite possibly the easiest piece of A2 homework today, i have to email Meakin. Yes, the indecisive one.

Can’t find a Mekon T shirt! very annoying… can’t even find a good picture to make one…

Anyway, not writing much, i must go and fight the Covenant!

Too lazy to add a video today, so, thanks for reading.

Ta-ta.

Love Willski.

 

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