Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Lewis is Wrong to say sorry

After watching the GP on sunday i was pretty shocked to see that Lewis Hamilton had apolagised for the accident that saw him come out of the race, saying it was his fault. i do feel that he's just saying sorry so that it gets forgotten about.

But seriously was it his fault i'd say not.

He doesnt move his head to look in the mirror to see if anyones at the rear.

It wasn't a violent movement it was a move to the racing line.

I feel it was kobyashi's fault as he was up the side of him and only just.

Monday, 15 August 2011

BT Vision

Well since the F1 will soon be moving to sky and the bbc will only be showing 1/2 of the races, i'm really tempted to get BT vision as i figure it might be slightly cheaper over getting sky.

Plus the fact that sky really bugs me, but if cost wise there isn't much in it then i might just get sky as you do get the recording feature and HD.

I'm currently using a old sky box upstairs as it was easier to re route the old sky cable in the new house over placing a new aerial cable in which would of also meant that i needed a signal booster.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Letting women loose online

Well last night i told my wife that i would by her a nice new handbag, but i didnt want to get dragged round every shop in town, so she had to find it online and then i would get it for her. Anyway she found a few nice fiorelli handbags but in the end she decided that she would go for the fiorelli bermondsey bag as there was a bit more room inside it. It turns out that we managed to get free delivery with it to which always makes me smile although she'll have too wait an extra few days for it.

Not much else interesting has happened over the past few days since the seeside trip. No doubt the weekend will bring some major cock up.

Monday, 8 August 2011

Seaside and clothing

I've had bit of a busy weekend really, Saturday we went over to the seaside and had lovely day out, i managed to take some good pictures with my newish DSLR. The sun wasn't out but it was still warm and you could get away with t shirts and shorts, i went in to a clothing shop hich seemed to be locvally owned and bought a couple of franklin and marshall t shirts as they where on a special offer buy 2 get one half price. We didnt end up leaving the seaside till pretty late as we had tea there as well which was a nice little extra and it ment that we missed the traffic rush

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Accident Claims

Accident claims are a great source of stress for many people in the days and weeks following an accident. Do you need a solicitor or not?  If so, what kind?  Many solicitors specialise now, and choosing correctly can make a difference in the success or failure of your claim. 

Should you choose to utilise the services of a solicitor, there are a number of payment schemes available depending on where you live, your income, and the type of compensation requested.  For example, in England and Wales, you can choose to use the services of “no win no fee” solicitors.  These people will consider your case, and if they accept it, they do so on a conditional basis: they will only receive compensation if you do. 

Under this scheme, you owe no fees to the solicitor if you lose your case.  If you win, you will have to pay a much higher fee to the solicitor than you otherwise would, but of course this can be deducted from your winnings.  The solicitor is taking a risk in accepting your case on this “contingency” basis, and wishes to be rewarded for that risk. 

In either case, you will usually be responsible for the solicitor’s fees.  These can include barristers’ fees if the case goes to court, as well as fees for copying and reporting, court fees, and travelling expenses.  In many cases these “out of pocket” fees are not included in a no win no fee agreement, and you’ll need to be prepared to pay for them yourself.

‘No win no fee’ agreements can be very beneficial, but make sure you completely understand the agreement into which you are entering.

Single Pieces That Help Create Designer Looks

A lot of women will not be able to follow every fashion trend in a particular season however finding at least one prominent piece that dates the time can help to keep them in the loop. A simple accessory or a piece of outer-wear is a prime example.

This Fashion Year Consider:

Obi Belts
Draw from Eastern culture with the Obi belt. The Obi has been a prominent part of the spring/summer 2011 UK fashion scene. Gucci, Paul and Joe, Louis Vuitton, Haider Ackermann, Marc Jacobs and Carolina Herrera are just some of the designers that have added to the wide collection of belts available. From graphic to simple; or slender one to those that take up the entire midsection, there is a design for each outfit.

Whether the look is sultry, retro or chic, chokers are a perfect way to complement it. This may be why they are about to become fashion favourites. Recent catwalk presentations have positioned them as the 2011 autumn/winter premier accessory.

It seems Haute Couture will not be complete this year without the ‘evil eye’ talisman. The piece was featured at the catwalk in Paris during Haute Couture Week earlier this year and has found favour with the likes of Diane von Furstenberg and Naomi Campbell.

This is the summer for dresses and skirts but for those who want to add a touch of ‘toughness’, jackets are the item of choice. Biker jackets are extremely popular, so are boxed type jackets that carry a masculine feel. Thanks to Andro-Glamour; masculine cut jackets will also dominate autumn as women move on to the next look, dressing like the guys do.