Today I finally saw and got to ride in an S-Stock Tube Train!


September, Definitely!

Hello Reader,

As you may recall I told you that I would try to update as much as possible in the summer holidays, and I have been! That’s right, there is nothing to write about so I promise I will be updating much more frequently in September 🙂


I do not own this image…

Today I attended a special Saturday Class at Kuk Sool where red belts, Gemma and Stuart, took the class. This class was to celebrate the Olympics and we took part in some activities that replicated some of the real Olympic events… The only problem with this class was when we played long jump and Stuart landed funny and Broke his collar bone… Fortunately, he is okay but I hope he gets better and can continue training soon! JUNG SHIN!
Stuart’s blog: http://lleksu.blogspot.co.uk/

Hmm… Nothing!

Hello readers!
I would just like to inform you that I have not been writing as much recently because I have been quite busy and when I do get to the desk there is simply nothing to write about! Sorry for not informing you of this earlier but again, I just haven’t got round to it!


Recently me and my friend, Tom, have been talking and we have taken Podcasting into consideration for the future. If you are unfamiliar with Podcasting or Tom, Tom was the co-founder of CabbageCast and did all of the videos with me and a podcast is a digital audio or video file or recording, usually part of a themed series, that can be downloaded from a Website (or iTunes) to media player or computer…

How Long until the future?

I do not own this image, this is taken from the game,
‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 2’ and is property of Treyarch.

Recently I have been thinking about video games such as call of duty etc. and I came to think, ‘how long will it be before you actually control and robot in Afghanistan that is fighting a real war?’. This is what I think should definitely happen to video games and it would keep all of these gamers happy as-well as the rest of the country because the gamers are actually serving the country in war and if they die, a real soldier doesn’t actually die, a robot gets damaged. There is also a plus side to using robots as-well, they are harder to kill or brake, and when they do brake they can be fixed or recycled. When the gamer does get their robot killed, as they can be recycled they just take control of a new one! What are your thoughts on this?