Monday, 30 January 2017

Smart Fox Gin

Well, the pilot programme for The Presidential Apprentice didn't go too well, did it? A very poor, some would say incompetent, implementation. Don't think I'll be watching the rest of the series - it's just a litany of ineptitude and poor planning. Perhaps they should give Alan Sugar a shot at hosting it.

Now watch Agent Orange cast around for for scapegoats for the fiasco and fallout. That's how demagogues work; the concept of the buck stopping with them has no meaning in their lexicon.

Overheard while dining out:

Hay: "Gin is my non-drinking drink."

Remember my post a couple of weeks ago about smart spectacles? Well it looks like a chap called Carlos Mastralengo is well on the way to making them as described, so they autosense distance and adjust accordingly.

Not the most elegant design as yet, but he's working on improving them.

Talking of eyes, there's an advert currently on TV for a Vauxhall Astra that has a fox caught in headlights. The only problem is that the makers have no idea about a fox's eyes and show it with round pupils, whereas the fox has eyes like a cat. Must be CGI eyes.

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