Posted by sean on January 6, 2005 at 12:55 pm in Fun At Home, Movies, Video Games with No Comments


Water is just one of many things that people in the Developed World take for granted everyday when millions of people worldwide sadly having to do without. When you have to live without it for just a few hours it really makes you think, well it did me…

Yesterday the water in my house was turned off for the day between 8am and 6pm due to maintenance works – it was a real problem! I couldn’t fill the swimming pool and Jacuzzi, have models round for wet T-Shirt competitions or even flush the toilet. Had I needed to pass solids I may have needed to take a trip to the pet shop for a litter tray.


The litter tray. The perfect alternative to the toilet

Anyway, the water has been turned back on now but it has been declared unfit for human consumption, I suppose it’ll be ok to give to animals and serve in McDonalds.

Something I keep meaning to mention on here but always forget, I’ve found a great site for Video Game music. The site has a growing archive of music from Sega and Nintendo games. You can find the site for Sega music here and here for Nintendo tunes. It’s great to hear those classic tunes again, some of them are over 10 years old. One soundtrack I’d love is Goldeneye for the N64, so if anyone has it, please get in touch with me.


Donkey Kong Country’s supurb soundtrack available for download

I went to the cinema again yesterday to see Without A Paddle. I really liked this film. It was very funny and all the parts were played well. The film starred Dax Shepard (first time I’ve seen him in a film), Matthew Lillard (one of the killers from Scream) and Seth Green (Scott from the Austin Powers movies and the voice of Chris Griffin in Family Guy).

The film follows three friends who go on a treasure hunt into the forest in honour of their recently deceased friend. Things don’t go to plan when they run into a broody bear, highly aggressive cannabis farmers, vicious Rottweiler’s and torrential weather.

Another good film for 2005 and one I highly recommend.

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