>A dodgy dongle + 2 more eye candy

>Apparently my dongle is faulty and they’re sending me a new one. I didn’t have the heart to explain to the lovely “Samir”, who was calling me all the way from Bombay, that I could really do with them waiting until after 12 September when Mercury would be back where it’s supposed to be. So I expect my replacement in 2 or 3 days time.

Oh, sorry, this is my mobile broadband internet … the one that they say I have to try and use at home … I’ll pause while you all think about that …

I finally joined Twitter. I have no idea why or what I’ll do with it. But if you’re on there as well, please do click the shiny new button in the sidebar. Thank you.

Yesterday got better. Today is a day off. I have writing work scheduled in but I may yet go for that walk I didn’t make on Saturday.

As it’s been a bit of an eye candy kind of week, here’s some more – but here are a couple where the character is actually the scrummier one:

I found Viggo, aka Aragorn, here (letitiabrave.com).

And I found Johnny, aka Captain Jack, here (inthebasement.com). Looks like he forgot his makeup in this one. (They’re in the middle of filming no 4, by the way.)

6 thoughts on “>A dodgy dongle + 2 more eye candy

  1. Devon Ellington 9 September 2010 / 11:10 am

    >I've made some great contacts on Twitter and gotten some good freelance assignments. I think you'll have fun with it.Thanks for all your love and support re: Elsa.


  2. carolwarham 9 September 2010 / 12:39 pm

    >A dodgy dongle sounds a worrying thing. Have not yet joined the Twittering ranks or those of Face Book yet. Thanks for the pics of Aragorn and Jack Sparrow, my 2 most favourites.HAVE A GOOD DAY


  3. Diane 9 September 2010 / 6:35 pm

    >I'm not at all sure what I'm supposed to do with it, Devon, but as I have my new pc now, I should be able to find out with the nights drawing in.You did the best job you could for Elsa.


  4. Diane 9 September 2010 / 6:36 pm

    >Thanks, Carol, today was a lot better! Not sorted that dongle out yet, though.


  5. Ordinary Man 10 September 2010 / 9:16 am

    >Twitter means we get live interactive commentary on your walks. It is a handy tool, but just like facebook, there is a lot of rubbish on there.


  6. Diane 10 September 2010 / 12:14 pm

    >See, now I understand. Live commentary. Thanks. :o)


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