iPhone 4G cassette tape case | Japan Shopping at FlutterScape


【iPhone】 iPhone 4G cassette tape case/ unique iPhone silicon cover/ Color: white, brown, pink, blue, black | Japan Shopping at FlutterScape.


…oh wait: I don’t have an iPhone 4G…

but this one’s cool too…somehow the circle is round again:


My newest kitchen appliances

A while ago I had enough of my cheap Mediamarkt-ricecooker and decided it was time for a change in my kitchen.
The old cooker had costed something like € 35, but it has one disturbing disadvantage: when I cook more than 1 cup of rice or when I cook rice and vegetables together (which is supposed to be OK, according to the users’ manual), the rice gets burnt! Not the black-carbon-barbeque-kind of burning, but the rice gets brownish and (if it’s too much) the rice tastes no good anymore.
The manufacturor claims that “that’s the way most people in the far east (e.g. Thailand and China) prefer their rice: with a little brownish teint”. Well, I don’t. Neither do 99,9% of the Japanese, I guess.

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My luxury-comparison: Palm Prē vs Palm Prē Plus

Last week I received my new mobile phone. As I wrote earlier I have chosen a Palm Prē. The simple reason is: I wanted something modern, big touchscreen, internet, lots of useful apps on the market, a real keyboard and a little techie-feeling. And I like the design and style Palm uses on their website 😉 . Oh, yeah, I already hear you guys shouting: “iPhone! iPhone!”, not in the least because according to some mysterious scientific research, published ridiculously close around April 1st, an iPhone gives you chicks for free and a full bed eight days a week. Well, if you re-read my wishlist, you’ll notice the item “chicks for free” is not on it. Not that I mind, though, but somehow a woman, who likes my iPhone more than she likes me, does not rank very high on my wishlist… let her get her own iPhone and stay out of my way 😉

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An Ad-update

Ohoh, I have sinned. Now I’m back from my holiday I haven’t been very nice to you (my loyal blog-readers and visitors), since I haven’t written daily or even every couple of days. I must admit it’s new for me to write regularly about myself or things that I do, visit or experience. But I’ll try.

First of all: you may know that I (just like 400 others) was sacked by my employer, because they want to “create a global Competence Centre in Dublin”. In reality this means: the company gets several millions subsidy from the Irish Government to employ as much people as possible, because the Irish economy is down under in the swamp. And Germany doesn’t pay (not again). So, on June 30th I have my (official) last working day, but I’m working hard to get out earlier. Of course with the sack of money as it was offered 🙂

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