When it comes to the winter Olympics IÂm a bit old school. I like events where there is a definitive winner. Start at the top, finish at the bottom and the fastest or furthest person who stays on course wins. SIMPLE. Downhill events, skier X, biathlon, ski jumping, Bobsled and even curling, which is an acquired taste.
However there are certain events IÂve never managed
To get people to drink free booze for my youtube channel.
Last year I decided to add "Courchevel Seasonnaire try (insert alchol here)" to my 150 days of winter channel. Seasonnaires drink various alcohols and react accordingly. Considering it was my first attempt there was some good and some bad and sometimes the bad reactions are better than the good. Despite some pot
Wednesday 15th saw the annual free day offered by Courchevel where they open 2 pistes for 1 day. Now being polite in previous years things have not gone entirely smoothly, whether itÂs the weather or scheduled on a weekend. This year however went without a hitch. Midweek opening, 50cm base at the summit, well groomed pistes, blue bird day and free hot chocolate, it was as
If you have an Iphone that is more than a year old it is very likely your lightning cable looks like mine. Even though it works perfectly its not very good aesthetically for an original cable. If you look on Ebay or Amazon its very easy to find cheap lightning cables which are (IMO) guaranteed to work only about 50% of the time. The number of times I have seen people const
In short I equate the current Youtube demonetisation to the (man) flu.
To explain the former, after a public outcry when it was found that terrorist videos (among others) were getting ad revenue, Youtube clamped down heavily and now uses a computer algorithm to check if videos are suitable for monazited adverts. As this involves a computer that is not named HAL 9000 and