Jellyfish attack wipes out salmon farm

I must have a sick sense of humour? I saw a headline on the Internet today and it had me in fits of laughter the sort of laughter thats very childish, you know the sort of thing whereby you keep sniggering to yourself while others look at you and threatening to club you to death if you dont stop.

I must have a sick sense of humour? I saw a headline on the Internet today and it had me in fits of laughter the sort of laughter thats very childish, you know the sort of thing whereby you keep sniggering to yourself while others look at you and threatening to club you to death if you dont stop.

The only salmon farm in Northern Ireland has been thrown into crisis following a devastating jellyfish attack that destroyed more than 100,000 I had this vision of Jack-Booted jelly fish goose stepping up the coast of Ireland bayonets at the ready my furtive imagination then pictured the order “Turn right, lets invade England!”

Britains coastal defences swing into action “We will fight them in the puddles, we will fight them in the pools, we will fight them on the sandbanks we will never surrender”.

I know, its terrible for the poor company who own the salmon farm but I still think its funny.Check out the full details here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2007/11/22/eajelly122.xml

Getting things done

The last few days have been hard there never seems to be
enough time to juggle Work, Family and Linux stuff not forgetting everything
else that falls on your lap when you’re under pressure.

I finally finished the Time Trials that a certain ‘so called friend’ hounded me into conducting
this all started over a conversation regarding the Boot Speed of openSUSE
(64Bit) I’d said that it was comparable to ArchLinux whereby I was challenged to
put my statistics where my mouth was. Its taken me two weeks to complete with
loads of headaches, swearing and late nights, I was very surprised at the
results F8 came out on top as the overall winner from power on to usable desktop
I was expecting ArchLinux to be the winner with openSUSE a very close 2nd how
wrong I was.

The website has needed tidying up for some time now its so
easy to Bang-stuff-up without thinking about the poor individual who has to
navigate through the hoops you’ve created I’ve tidied the
Linux section and created a new menu structure, I’ve also updated some of
the content and I’m working on a new logo to replace the KDE dragon but I have
the Art skills of a two year old using the contents of a tin of spaghetti hoops
and a large mallet. If anyone fancies helping me out with it please get in touch.