Life in the Lane Split Chapter 3

So sadly, this morning I witnessed a rider wiped out in the lane split.  Having given my report to the Police, and his insurer, sadly he gets a ticket for unsafe passing. Its just saferI repeat the link to the reason Lane Splitting is safer than sitting in the lane with slow traffic, not to …

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Cheese and Icebergs

I once read two books that my Manager told me to read. At the time I had a lot going on in my life and was failing to deliver at work… it happens to all of us I guess and I had been particularly reactive to crap happening outside work. The books were ‘Who Moved …

The Aging Gamer

Hadn't blogged on gaming in a while so thought I would share a middle aged Bogan's gaming reflections post just for kicks and giggles. So as we age the argument over PC vs Console becomes less relevant.  By age 3(X) we have settled on our platform and unless a major world changing technology breaks through, …

Good Lourde, don’t forget to vote!

Well well, it turns out a lovely young lady who is a little bit respected as a pop artist has shown some wisdom and youth leadership beyond her years here.  http://insightnz.wordpress.com/2014/06/23/hands-off-national-shes-ours-lorde-not-a-john-key-fan/Yes, indeed! Lourde, songstress extraordinaire has come out boxing. And the current government appears to be her bag of choice for her workout!Must say, real impressed …

The Visitor

How many of you love surprises? I love to surprise Kelly but almost never pull it off. She's just too intuitive and reads me like a book. I started planning 7 months ago to get Natalie, her best mate from Oz over here for her birthday. Picked Natalie up from the airport at midnight, got …