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She’s away out drinking (Vlog #355)

Rain at the seaside Vlog #254

In so much pain Weekly roundup 4th March 2016 (Vlog #241)

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I’ll get her back (Vlog #240)

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Feeling ill at the weekend (Vlog #237)

Weekend plans are put on hold due to illness.

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Trip to The International Centre For Life

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Today was one of the days we had planned for while were all off for the week together. We went to Newcastles Centre For Life. Wikipedia states that The International Centre for Life is a science village in Newcastle upon Tyne where scientists, clinicians, educationalists and business people work to promote the advancement of the life sciences. The centre’s own website ( click here to go their website ) has this description. “Based in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, almost 600 people from 35 countries work here: researchers, doctors and nurses work alongside people in the fields of education, public engagement and business. What unites everyone is a passion for science.

At the heart of the science village is the Life Science Centre, which attracts around 250,000 visitors annually. Life’s public engagement programme attracts a broad audience for exhibitions and special events, and the education team deliver the biggest schools’ science workshop programme in any European museum or science centre.

On site partners include Newcastle University, who chose Life for the location of their Institute of Genetic Medicine; the NHS Newcastle Fertility Centre; the NHS Northern Genetics Service and several young and vibrant biotechnology companies.”

Today though we wanted to go to visit it’s latest exhibition,’Robots’. The new exhibition Robot features over 40 robot models, cyborgs and androids – full size models, heads and toys – from TV shows and films from the past 60 years. The first one we saw as we stood in the short queue enter was one of the gold Daleks from Dr.Who

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Being from the generation that grew up watching Dr. Who every Saturday night and being scared of the Daleks I was chuffed to see this, but to me, whats better than seeing one of the new Daleks? Seeing one of the older ones from when I was a kid. The kind Tom Baker used to wrap his excessively long scarf around to overcome the cold hearted metal beasts. There was one such Dalek at the exhibition. They has even given it a name. ‘Bruce’. As I was nearly giddy with excitement like a little kid, I had to get a selfie with Bruce. It was funny as it was a fully moving Dalek. I went and stood beside it and asked him to look towards the camera. His head spun round and pointed straight at the lens. After the photo, his sucker came out to give me a high five. I can honestly say, I have never in my life say I have high fived a Dalek before.

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Even Georgia got in on the act and had her photo taken with Bruce and got a high five at the end

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The main Robot exhibition was a lot smaller than I was expecting in all fairness. Considering all the advertising and hype I had heard about it, I was expecting more to it. Saying that, it was still really good. There was robots from Lost in Space, Star Wars and Robocop, Heads from iRobot, and Bicentennial Man plus props etc from Star Trek and Mars Attacks

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We went to a 20 min show called Hubble at 25. Which was about the 25 year history of the Hubble telescope. It featured some amazing photography which was nearly 3d in effect. It was one of those curved screens so it really captivated you. It was well worth the visit.

There was also a,little thing to mess about on and experiment with. I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of people just walk by it and not even bother looking at it. Its like a table with a built in screen and lots of perspex blocks. When you moved the blocks around or position them in different ways you creat a connection to the other blocks and create synthesized sounds> It was great fun. I wish I could of had one of these at home to mess about with.

All in all, despite its being 26 pounds for the 3 of us to get in, we still had a great time and had a good laugh. Its good honest, educational fun for the whole family.

Trip to Edinburgh Day 2. Zoo and journey home. (Vlog #235)

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Trip to Edinburgh Day 1 (Vlog #234)

Day one of our trip to Edinburgh.

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We decided to make a mess (Vlog #231)

Denise has got the decluttering bug and the house has been turned upside down

My Irish Lottery test

Since the english Nation Lottery has changed its rules and went to 59 numbers from 49 and the odds of winning the big one have gone from something around 14 million to one to 45 million to one. Thats a massive jump. It was bad enough when they simply changed it to 2 pound a play from 1 pound never mind the bad odds. Since the changes we have not won once. We get a free lucky dip nearly ever week but still get nothing from it. Not even 3 numbers, which we used to get quite often on the old rules.
years ago I used to enjoy plying the Irish Lottery. I was lucky on it quite often. The winnings are not as much as the English lottery but in my eyes more chances to win. even picking just 3 numbers to come out can land you 600+ pounds on the 6 number draw, compared to 25 pound on the UK lottery. Tonight to see if I have more luck, I have done the normal 6 lines on the English lottery ( I put them on for Denise’s works syndicate as I am the only one with an account ) and 6 line of 3 numbers on the Irish for myself plus 2 extra lines of 2 numbers at 50p a line. I hope I win something as Christmas has really hit the bank balance this years.

Here are the numbers I picked from the Irish lottery. Wish me luck.

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