Yesterday we got well and truly pissed off with JustHost.
We have completed importing all the previous posts which originally appeared on the Queen’s Blog, the Blogger version of the Bear Blog, then the Original WordPress Bear Blog and all has gone well. All posts are now in place, although there is still some work to do getting them to display in their correct Categories/Tags. We will also have to resize many of the graphic files manually because they are oversized for the new theme.
We are planning on importing all the posts and comments from the old blog over the weekend. This job will either be very easy and take half-an-hour or be a complete pest and crash the current site. We have tried this out using a test site and all went well, so hopefully there will be no interruption to the blog’s uptime. However, if you do visit the blog over the weekend and anything appears weird or the blog is down, please do not worry, we will have it back online as soon as we can. Hopefully this will not happen and everything will import smoothly.
Think of a television programme that is as English as tuppence. Think of one programme that you love in England but just wouldn’t work in any other country. Remember the Office? Did you ever see how bad the American series of The Office was? Well now try and think of a programme you think would be even worse if it was ported over to American television…
We were saddened today to hear of the death of Gerry Rafferty. The man responsible for one of our favourite songs, Baker Street, died at the age of 63 after suffering a long illness. During his life he had struggled with a drinking problem and spent time in hospitals suffering from liver failure as a result of his drinking.
Today we have some exceptional news to share with those of you who do not already know. Paul Abbott’s critically acclaimed, offbeat drama about the rollercoaster lives and loves of the dysfunctional Gallagher clan is set to return next week. Yes you read that correctly – Series 8 of Shameless is back on our television screens on Monday, 10th January at 10pm.