Just because I can write this shit doesn’t mean I can read it.

Wednesday 12 April 2006

Lousy Bandwidth Week Fortnight continues – my soon to be ex service provider thinks 5 days’ wait for them to reply to your problem with their server is acceptable. I’m getting a feeling this could take a while. In the meantime please enjoy a couple of hasty posts below, typed up at the laundrette. From time to time I can post text, but can’t actually access my own website to see if it’s com>>>>>>%20%& nbsp;^H^H^H^He<>& nbsp;< /font>operly< /div>
  1. To my dear Ben H.: A thousand thanks for the hasty posts! Please tell your service “provider” that at least one avid reader’s fine-tuned procrastination procedure is seriously compromised by provider's rotten service. Said reader has begun browsing other blogs whilst waiting for a post at boring like a drill, none of them even half as interesting (the reader’s least favourite being her own sister’s, in which sister gives frequent updates carefully detailing her total lack of self-respect). Something must be done to fix this blog — AND FAST.

  2. I agree. Can't you just break into somebody's house and use their computer to post?

  3. Dear Friends,

    Thank you for your support. Normal service will be resumed in a matter of days. In the meantime:

    1. Do not panic.
    2. Do NOT read other blogs.

  4. As long as you have decent broadband in time for Eurovision, all will be forgiven.

    Love the pictures from Latvia, your story reminded me of Molvania, a land untouched by modern dentistry. (Published by Jetlag Travel). Have you read it? It's hilarious. (Molvania was denied entry in Eurovision last year)

  5. Read it? I've lived it. I would like to see Molvania enter Eurovision, but as it is they'll have to join the ranks of other Euro-rejects like Serbia and Montenegro and Jordan.