April 15th, 2008


Save the Cheerleader , Save the World !

Save the Cheerleader Frogs Save the World Save the Dustbin !

This evening will see the launch of Operation “Save Froggies” , which will see your Hero donned in black Covert Ops gear and transport his family of “Dustbin Bound Amphibian Friends" from the inhospitable pond-less desert that is the back Garden of Chateaux Fencing Sculptor, to a local pond where they can live out their froggie days croaking and hopping and generally having a froggie whale of a time.


18:30 hours People wish me luck !

And if I don’t make it back tell Doris……

Well I don’t know a Doris so you can pretty much tell her anything you like ..she won’t have a clue what your going on about and will think your madder than a bloke with a bucket of frogs….which incidently…..

A-Ha Mi Hearties !

Today the final batch of last weeks Amazon order showed up and I am currently listening to the title theme from Pirates of the Caribbean 'He's a Pirate'

A-Ha Mi Hearties !

Very good it is too. As they arrived at work I have been able to rip 'em and download them to my MP3 player ! Result !

I am surprised to discover that the main theme which I assocaite with the Soundtrack was actually composed by Klaus Badelt not Hans Zimmer.

I shall give 'em a proper listen tonight.

Also arrived today was the Bourne Ultimatum ! so I have all three fims and all three soundtracks. *sigh* not that I'm an anal completeist you understand but that's a big worry off my back !

Yesterday the 2 disc version of 2001: A Space Odessey arrived exceptional value at £6.49 along with the Ultimate Close Encounters of the Third Kind Boxset, containing documentaries and all three cinematic versions of the film, packaged in a beautiful box with softback book and film poster INSANELY good value also at £6.48

I are well pleased I is !

Operation Save Froggies

Right pay attention Chaps not long to the big push and in true Military Fashion we've managed to pull a charlie foxtrot out for you at the last minute !


Appear to be advising against trasferring our charges to safer waters (http://www.froglife.org/FAS/1.pdf)

Indeed my local wildlife reserves line was, "its a bit sad but you should let nature take it's course..."

But I don't like standing around and seeing little critters (either cute fwuffy ones or slimey green ones ......er excuse this pun its truely awful.....croaking it ! Especially as frogs have been reported to be dying out.

But I'm stuck now...do I try and save 'em or leave em take their chance in the bottom of my bin ?

Any frog experts out there ?

Why does Michael Burke not cover such issues on BBC Radio 4s The Moral Maze ?