If you are a gadget person and travel around a bit, you have to check out Scottevest jackets and coats. They have space for all your gadgets including special see-through pockets which let you see and control iPods and iPhones without taking them out; channels to run earbuds through the lining and little pockets for the buds; and a pocket big enough for an iPad. At airport security I just take off my Scottevest and put the whole lot through security in one hit – no fuss, no bother.
I must admit to being somewhat surprised when I realized that I was going to post this one, as I despised Natalie Portman (and the other bloke whose name I don’t even remember) in the Star Wars trilogy. My description of number two was “Blue Lagoon in space”.
But when V for Vendetta came out, I didn’t think Portman stank… in fact, once she had shaved her head she kinda rocked.
And when I saw Thor I thought Natalie was quite hot. She’s definitely grown on me.
I am in fact of a mathematical bent, but in claiming to dig “The Duckworth Lewis Method”, I am speaking of the band (and eponymous album). There is something deliciously retro about the style of music and despite never being a ‘cricket tragic’ it does create in me a sense of nostalgia for those summer days spent watching the New Year’s Test Match on TV with my father and brother.
(I’m also trying out the use of markdown in my posterous postings to enable some better formatting, linkage etc. Hope it works!)