Dim-witted sales staff have managed to hand over copies of Halo 3 to eager Xbox 360 customers that had pre-ordered Microsoft’s highly anticipated title. Continue reading “Argos mistakenly sells copies of Halo 3”
I suppose it had to happen. After months of waiting in anticipation, the ending of Halo 3 has been leaked 7 days and 13 hours (at the time of writing this) before the game is released.
Bungie are blamed as the source but I’m guessing it was leaked by a rogue cleaner wiping down desks late one Tuesday night. Continue reading “HALO 3 ENDING LEAKED!!!”
As far as Google are concerned, or at least as far as some people would like you to think, paid links are bad and their use results in you being blacklisted and physically violated by the big G.
Personally, I don’t think that the odd paid-for link can be that bad. After all businesses have paid for their advertising in the real world for hundreds of years and some media rely on advertising revenue for their income. Continue reading “Free Pixel Ads”
Talk about stating the obvious! Didn’t anyone else realise that simultaneous roadworks on over half of Peterborough’s main trunk roads would cause congestion? This has been happening for weeks!
Best thing is where traffic diverted onto London Road then get caught in roadworks on London Road – top marks to whoever dreamed up that diversion!
VXRMarc has done it again! The man made famous across car enthusiast websites for cleaning his Astra VXR in possibly the most anally retentive manner has now shown he HAS got a sense of humour after all. Continue reading “VXRMarc gets intimate with his Dyson”
The Scorpion Direct exhausts website has had a bit of a rejig. The news page is now powered by the WordPress blog system and should be a great foundation for keeping the website up to date with the latest in performance exhaust news.
Now fans of Scorpion Exhausts have no excuse for not keeping up to date on the latest stainless steel systems for their cars, news on what the Scorpion R&D dept is up to and just generally everything Scorpion!
When staff at Peterborough’s Solstice bar raised the alarm during a recent armed robbery, Police attending the scene decided it was just a false alarm after finding no evidence of a break in after attending the scene.
To make matters worse, the alarm company ignored subsequent alarms and failed to contact the nominated keyholder to advise of the situation. Not that the key holder would have been able to respond of course, they were held up inside the building and locked in an office whilst robbers helped themselves to takings.
And the cherry on the icing – an automated letter from Thorpe Wood Police Station was sent soon after explaining how false alarms are a waste of Police time!