Tuesday evening we went to the Empire Cinema in Slough gif their two got one offer on tickets and caught the early evening showing of Solo.
When the film started we were the only two people in the screening although another 8 arrived shortly afterwards. Still only 10 in a cinema screen with room for 20+. We got to sit in the posh seats and huge film was good despite some of the negative reviews.
This could be controversial. An “Article 50” Brexit larger for voters of Brexit Leave?
Quite nice no matter what your political preferences. Bought from B&M stores in Slough.
brexitbeverages.com (site now closed) – also available on Amazon.
We went to Iceland’s last weekend for a little shopping (We love their sliced tiger bread). It was 9.30 on a Saturday morning. You would think they would have lots of staff on hand?
There was one till open and one queue. Whilst we waited for 10 minutes in the queue at least 3 people put their shopping down and walked out. We asked a member of staff if they had anyone to open a till and were told no. A short while later they did open another till but shoppers weren’t happy at waiting and the staff seemed unconcerned.
Shame on you Iceland.
This is the start of another arcade machine project inspired by something similar I saw being sold on Ebay. It was an arcade system using Jamma or Raspberry Pi made using recycled wood.
I found someone selling old pallets on Ebay for a £1 in Slough and bought 3 thinking this should be more than enough wood for the job. The intention is to break up the pallets into strips of wood, remove any nails and then sand and varnish. I will then cut the wood to make a table top arcade machine big enough for a at least a 19″ TFT monitor or whatever else I can scrounge. I will buy some arcade joystick, buttons, speakers and then I haven’t yet decided whether I go down the usual Raspberry Pi route or with some sort of Jamma/MAME system, perhaps even one of the Pandora boxes that come with hundreds of game ROM’s already built in and can be bought cheaply from Ebay sellers?
Total cost to date £3 for pallets
More to follow…