Good thing you didn't lend him a hand, huh? :lol:I lent a mate of mine my axe - it's a really kick-ass axe - so that he could chop some wood. He used it to chop old bits of treated, cut pine with nails in it.
He hit a nail and took a chunk out of the blade the size of a half a dollar.
Unfortunately, he was fine.
It's also a different region and won't play in your Blu-Ray player, maybe only on the PC.Cheaper than if I bought it here (shipped) and it's not even out here
Yep, XDA developers FTW!I've got a htc touch pro and a htc diamond for work, the diamon runs a fair bit crappier than my personal touch pro. I put that down to the crap as image that they use
Anyone who walks into motorsport not expecting serious injuries is really kidding themsleves. Either way, condolences to his family
Really? Motorsport is generally very safe these days. Yes, there will be the occasional freak accident, that one in a thousand chance where a driver such as Surtees happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, but I think we can be pretty sure and thankful that they are the exception and not the rule.nsx_23 said:Anyone who walks into motorsport not expecting serious injuries is really kidding themsleves. Either way, condolences to his family
The important thing to remember is that if you are stationary and he is moving any coming together is always the moving vehicles fault. And with Insurance costs as high as they are its best not to have a prang that is your fault really. ...Driving update:
Had another lesson today, but before that I went out with my parents to go to the pet shop. This meant I had to go through a very windy, twisty road, in pretty bad condition, which scared the ever living shits out of me.
I learned that I need to work on my instincts, because right now, when a car comes towards me on a narrow road, rather than slow down and move slowly left...my instincts told me to jerk swiftly to the left into the ditch...
Anyways, although there was no disaster on that road, it still left me really shaken. Later on, mum announced that we had to go back to the pet shop because the cat food was gone off , and I really couldn't face going down that road again.
The lesson itself went fine though, really need to work on the hill starts though, cut out a couple more times .
I realised though, that I need to work on my confidence....A LOT!