Once again, Belgium is the laughing stock of the EU.
You know what I really hate? Crap parkers. People that have a car, and that, according to them, needs to take up atleast 1.5 parking spots. Parking so badly that you – parked nicely in between the lines, in the bloody center – can’t get in or out of your car anymore, save by crawling in the car over the seats.
This is not a good weekend. For me atleast…
I can get so goddamn annoyed at our local sport-crazy people…
In another episode of totally wonky legal battles, eBay was found guilty of selling counterfeit Hermes handbags by a french court.
Yay. Soon it’ll be Aalst Carnaval, a so-called cultural feast. I rather call it a drunkfest, since there’s actually very little culture and loads of drinking going on.
The Belgian National Railways (known as NMBS/SNCB) really totally suck. Completely and utterly.
Go Belgium, with our super-duper hyper-effecient roads:
In Belgium, if you want to get somewhere on time – don’t take the train.
I hate having to go through the blog to correct posts!
I’ve often wondered why people insist on letting their cars run when:
Really. What’s up with iPhone owners these days? They buy an overpriced piece of equipment, knowing:
In case you don’t hate SCO yet (or don’t know them), they’re a company that sued IBM because they had allegedly put SCO code into the Linux kernel. The whole thing still has to be proven, point, counterpoint, yadda yadda yadda. Basically they want to make everyone pay a license to them if you use linux. Old news.
Since I sold my trusty 3-year old Acer Travelmate 803, I was going to go and look in some stores for new laptops. Hopping around in Ghent, I walked off to the Fnac, noted the offers there (nothing that really drew my attention), and then to the Switch computer store (an authorized mac reseller). Their non-mac offerings are not too great (you can better go to another store), so I waited my turn ...