Blog2006 ≫ Squirrel stamped to death and set on fire

Don't worry! It wasn't a real squirrel! Oh, it was a person1.

Marcia Squirrel, 56, was stomped to death at her home in April 2005, and her body was set on fire. On Monday, jurors convicted her son, Ruben Warledo, 37, of one count each of first-degree murder and arson

Potentially spoilertastic links here, we are getting back up to speed with Lost, on episode eighteen of series two already and should be catching up with more imminently. It's good, but it's still annoying me, I just want to race ahead and see if there really is a grand master plot behind it all, I'm not sure there is, and if there is I think it could be disappointing. So, the question is do I go surfing through sites like and"> or what?

Going to buy me a new PC any minute now, anyone got any tips? Don't think we're going to go media centre crazy or anything, I want it mostly for work and downloading and things. Our current box is too slow to be doing two things at once.

Also, hmm, missed Where Best To Invest2 last night, Folkestone didn't get a look in but apparently Dover was tipped.

AND, BBC 2.0, that's an interesting idea:

The BBC today unveiled radical plans to rebuild its website around user-generated content, including blogs and home videos, with the aim of creating a public service version of myspace

Not sure what I feel about that, aren't there enough services like that already? Should the BBC really be using our money to try and compete with new commercial services? I'm off to Casino Avenue, he'll know what to think!

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Paul Clarke's weblog - I live in Hythe in Kent. Married to Clare + father to 2, I am a full-stack web developr, + I do js / Node, some ruby, other languages ect ect. I like pubs, parkrun, eating, home automation + other diy jiggery-pokery, history, family tree stuff, TV, squirrels, pirates, lego, and TIME TRAVEL.