Automated twitter compilation up to 01 June 2012

Arbitrary tweets made by TheGingerDog (i.e. David Goodwin) up to 01 June 2012

  • I’m sure I was woken by the sound of someone playing loud classical music at ~4am.
  • It’s too hot in the UK. I’m going to escape to Barcelona. Bye !
    (2012/05/25, Solihull, Solihull)
  • Only 7 typos in the first draft of a legal agreement from the solicitors. At least they got my name right. Dated 4th May, arrived today!
  • RT @PalePurpleLtd: David’s giving his “Everything is turning mobile” to BCS Wolverhampton tomorrow – See
  • (FSCK – Y U SO SLOW?)
  • Yesterday I cut my hand on the office server while fitting a new motherboard. It hasn’t crashed since. The Computer Gods have been appeased.
  • The Goodyear blimp is flying over Bromsgrove
  • Wishes someone would stop ‘crying wolf’ all the time by putting ‘urgent’ in email subjects when it certainly isn’t.
  • I don’t understand this shop. There are lots of fish pictures up – but they’re definitely not selling any. Lots of seats and toys though.
  • 50% rise in bromsgrove parking fee? (@bromsgrovedc asda one). I was charged 60p for <30m; 40p a 2 days ago. Signs not showing new prices 🙁
  • Great service once again from @Halfords_uk #bicycle #bromsgrove
  • RT @PhilipGHarris: While doing some research I came across the Best Unintentionally Sexual Church Signs. Still giggling.
  • Domino’s website order tracker claims the Pizza was delivered ~5 mins ago – yet it hasn’t arrived yet … #TheStatisticsAreALie
  • Stupid bike chain broke while cycling uphill to Rubery. Guess I won’t be doing 20-30 miles this morning then. #ExpensiveScooter
  • RT @Handy_Grey: 50% of Friends Reunited users live in London, the other one lives in Bristol. #madeupstaturday
  • My lazy children appear to be having a lie in. On a Saturday! The youth of today …. !! What’s the world coming to ?
  • RT @PalePurpleLtd: Blog post: Varnish helps WordPress performance
  • RT @PalePurpleLtd: To celebrate getting a new customer, I offered the employees pizza. They seemed indifferent. Perhaps I should have of …
  • I seem to have 6 apps on my iPhone stuck in a “the application x could not be downloaded”. A week ago it was only 1-2… #fail #stupidThing
  • Hundreds join public sector strike in Bromsgrove. Armed police & military deployed. Mass looting. #butNotToday
  • One more reason to watch pirated films – (if you’re American dvds+blu-rays will have 2 unskippable ‘piracy kills’ ads)
  • RT @shanselman: The Floppy Disk means Save, and 14 other old people Icons that don’t make sense anymore
  • RT @PierreJoye: #php 5.4.3 and 5.3.13 released! Announce: Go Update! 🙂
  • Can’t help think I’m doing something wrong…. using NetworkSolutions’ DNS control panel, and it’s reverted yesterday’s changes.
  • RT @SteveNiles: What If The Male Avengers Posed Like The Female One?
  • Enjoyed an early morning bike ride around Webheath/Aston Fields/Blackwell (sort of) yesterday. Nice to see the worcs countryside. ~12 miles
  • RT @sue_wiggins: Jesus has been at it again in Tescos
  • RT @liz_buckley: Fantastic retort from @jonsnowC4 to Murdoch
  • RT @Yakubu_24: Apparently some footballers are being paid to advertise in their tweets. Thats almost as crazy as the discounts at Dave’s …
  • Waiting for @rowangoodwin to learn that clothes are useful and keep us warm.
  • Tried an in-app purchase thing twice on my phone. Both times seem to have succeeded but app isn’t showing anything #itunes #2bOrNot2b
  • It’s musical “Peter and the Wolf” time (London Symphony Orchestra).
  • RT @shiflett: Love this. Use the recent PHP hack to view Facebook’s source code. (Check out the URL.) /via @coates
  • RT @bryns: Fun discovery of the night… Android’s facial recognition lock-screen can be fooled with a picture of the owner.
  • : Bromsgrove Beer Festival 2012
  • @MIGCMedia: @mikko Hypponen: 500 of the Fortune 500 companies are hacked right now #2012GC
  • Grr, bad Debian for having an Apache alias of /javascript (via javascript-common package) see #HeadScratchingSolved
  • HMRC rang this morning – they were thinking of starting legal action against the company – because we’d paid our PAYE liabilities early.

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