My wrists and forearms are continuing to complain about what I can only describe as my measured approach to healing and recovery, there is no point in this of course as I will still work them later. I have standard wrist physio tomorrow rather than the gym so it should go ok, I have also managed to schedule a visit to the doctor tomorrow to discuss the errant blood pressure, see I didn’t forget. I have noticed that the sensation loss in my right hand has increased today and I am guessing that this is the result of the increased work, here’s hoping that it’s a transition thing and that I don’t end up with the conundrum of sensation or strength.
I was impressed and entertained to see that Air Asia are now offering child free zones on their flights at a £10 premium, for this you get the assurance that there will be no children screaming, running around or trying to play peek-a-boo in your part of the aeroplane*. I think that this is an excellent start at developing a new market in air travel, why stop with children though? indeed why even stop with planes? I hate the overweight person that always sits in front of me on an aeroplane and reclines his seat until my knees are crushed and my tray table becomes a real part of my anatomy, £10 to ditch him, where do I sign? The chatty idiots that follow me around on public transport have to be worth a tenner and to be fair if we are extending things then I would give £10 to rid myself of the stupidly dressed charity muggers at the station, seriously just because you have dressed like a prat why does that mean that I have to give you money? I have no issue with charity but like Bill Gates I like to consider the benefits of my chosen beneficiary before contributing and I have no intention of having that discussion with a grown woman dressed as a teddy bear!
I think a culture of £10 to lose it can really catch on, it would instantly put divorce lawyers out of work and as for weight watchers well even at £10 a 1lb its a fraction of the cost. Think where you would spend your £10, your boss, your neighbours, those irritating people in the pub all could be removed from your world for £10. The government want to know how to stay in power, look at Air Asia and start the £10 to lose it campaign, actually that may be self-defeating I for one would gladly give £10 a head to lose the muppets that run the country!
A quick discussion this morning has left Wayne with a movie to watch this evening and its one that I think needs sharing, without doubt the best introduction to this film is the most superb spoiler set to the Beetles song ‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’
I had never heard of this song and will never be able to disassociate it from what is a fantastic film, look it up and enjoy. If you watch the spoiler on a portable device please let me know if you rotate the device when the aspect changes, you would be surprised how many do.
*Apparently this spelling is incredibly English of me but somehow airplane just looks wrong