A man has been making silent phone calls to a hairdresser because he didn't like his haircut, according to a news. They say he had underlying issues, but I think the underlying issue is that he paid a hairdresser to cut his hair. I've not paid to get my hair cut since 1994, when I moved to somewhere it was in no longer convenient to get Eamonn Out Of Asia Fields to cut my hair. I've mostly cut it myself, occasionally getting an obedient friend to do it, and it's fab, as you may have seen. It's a bit easier to get away with it if you're curly, as I am, and this chap is curly. Cut your own hair Frank, and I'm glad you've only been put on probation.
I hope they sort it all out in Thailand soon. It would be nice if this was because of all the deaths and stuff. Well, I assume there's a load of deaths, I haven't quite followed it completely. But really I hope they work it out because I can't get my head around it, with all the yellow shirts and red shirts or green shirts or whatever on different sides. I'm no fan of tribalism but no-one likes a civil war where it's difficult to take sides. Can anyone help me sort it out? Work out that I want one lot to win, that is. I'm not asking you to help me to resolve the conflict. If you could that would be great, but you probably can't, I'm guessing.
There are six ways that you can help astronomers, according to a news. Let's ignore the media wanky assumption that you, the reader, have an iPhone which is irrelevantly mentioned in passing (well under half a percent of people have one) and look at the ways we can help. The first way is to hunt for meteorites. Forget that, I don't have the time. The second one is to do with Mars but you have to be at school. I'm not. The third one is also to do with Mars, and you can't really help, they're just asking you to suggest what they take pictures of next to try and get you interested, it's not like you're better than the experts. The fourth one, "Be a Martian", I don't even understand what good you're supposed to be doing. The fifth one, Stardust@Home, sounds sort of worthwhile although I don't really understand it. It's an automated thing, so you don't need to spend time on it, just your computer's time, I guess. And finally, Galaxy Zoo is okay, I suppose. So, in conclusion - hit and miss.
that's all from me for now
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