Parents bill RNLI for £7 lilo after coastguard saved their child in £7,000 rescue mission from drifting out to sea
The parents of a child rescued from the sea by Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) coastguards have sent the organisation a £7 bill for a destroyed inflatable lilo.
Is it wrong to suggest that maybe the parents should be pushed out to seas instead? ☹️
Victory is ours! 🏉🏆
Perhaps awoken by the delightful lunch, maybe the hangovers had finally worn off, or it was simply the desire to get the rugby out of the way. Whatever the cause, the Mowden boys proceeded to smash every team put before them
Starting today, the ECG app on Apple Watch Series 4 marks a direct-to-consumer product that enables customers to take an electrocardiogram right from their wrist, capturing heart rhythm in a moment when they experience symptoms like a rapid or skipped heart beat and helping to provide critical data to physicians.
Am off to do me some OS updates, if I’m not back soon then I’ve gone to the doctors 😬
If you find a place that doesn’t take Apple Pay yet there’s this.
So the physical card is for when you find somewhere that doesn’t take Apple Pay, sorry, but if I have a card that looks this good I’m using it all the time, don’t care if I earn less cash back.
Luckily, unlikely to hit the UK any time soon that I can see, so I don’t need to make silly financial decisions!
A British Airways flight destined for Dusseldorf in Germany has landed in Edinburgh by mistake, after the flight paperwork was submitted incorrectly.
The passengers only realised the error when the plane landed and the “welcome to Edinburgh” announcement was made.
Looking forward to understanding how the hell this one happened!
There hasn’t been a Lucasfilm Games-badged release since before 1991’s Monkey Island 2, but that isn’t stopping Disney from resurrecting the classic label.
Got all excited reading this, well nostalgic at least, loved me the Lucasfilm Games, loads of fond memories, but I guess it pays not to be an ‘up to the second blogger’ as it was explained away with;
Disney has reached out to the media to explain that this isn’t a “revival” and it’s definitely not anything like LucasArts. The team at Lucasfilm that oversees games relating to its IP (including Star Wars Battlefront II) has been working under that name for years
- Star Wars Dark Forces
- The Monkey Island franchise (loved the humour)
- Shadows of the Empire
- The Jedi Knight games, adored these
- Rogue Squadron
- Xwing vs Tie Fighter
- Force Commander
- Day of the Tentacle (Just odd!)
- Rescue on Fractalus
Rescue on Fractalus was my earliest memory, I both loved and loathed it, ridiculously simple game premise yet I was terrible at it, absolutely terrible and it drove me nuts, I’ll leave you with this clip on Youtube, so you can all wonder how I possible could have enjoyed this and just how old I am!
Was looking at these as have a few trips this year, and thought if nothing else the battery packs wold be good for topping up phones that always seem to drain faster on the move and the kids iPads on flights. However …
… the rules had created confusion at check-in, meaning people were unsure whether they would be able to travel with their bags
Even the least smart of us can tell that luggage that can’t travel with is isn’t particularly smart, or even luggage!
A school in Texas is going to stop spanking its pupils on their birthdays after parents complained about the “special celebration”.
Firmly in the WTF! Category!
… the realistic drill was held as part of the inspection of a new restaurant opening that day. It included officials popping six balloons to mimic the sound of gunfire
I’m laughing at popping of balloons, but it was a ‘realistic drill’ who can they give them a warning !?!
Our idea was: Could we have a computing platform that’s more internal, that melds human and machine in some ways and that feels like an internal extension of our own cognition?
As long as it’s only me that can hear the voices in my head!