One lizard, one lawnmower. Both survived! A smallish blue tongue lizard decided to be underneath the garden foliage that I was mowing. Don’t ask me why I was mowing the garden instead of pruning… sometimes the weeds just become too … Continue reading
Today we have a peek inside a marvel from the mid-90s, a Sony PVM monitor. These are great for broadcasting if you happen to be a television studio but they are also great for their RGB capabilities and retrogaming. With … Continue reading
The first in a series of me playing video games late at night. Should be a blast! We’ve disabled the music on this and in places you can hear me come up with my very own interpretation of the original … Continue reading
Way back in January 2017, we had a close encounter of the burnt kind, a bushfire! It started out quite close to home and then, thankfully, went in the other direction towards more bush and away from all the homes. … Continue reading
Cartridge slot cleaning is one of my favourite adventures to embark on. This applies to many other consoles that are cartridge based. Just be sure to not get any extra fluff off your paper towel into the cartridge slot, that’s … Continue reading
I’ve never had an air conditioner spit ice at me before. It was a little bit strange to be sitting below it typing away on my computer when suddenly a chunk of ice flies out and hits me in the … Continue reading
I love to tinker and with my website, I’ve been doing a whole lot of it over the past few weeks. First, I fixed all the broken links and images. Then I went through and cleaned up each post, which … Continue reading
Sometimes even I forget I have a gaming channel on YouTube – but I do! 🙂 Here’s some footage that got completely forgotten about in my most recent move.
I am thinking of playing Fallout 4 again using the original … Continue reading
Nobody likes a gaming console that can’t game. The Sony PlayStation 1, Sega Mega Drive 2, Sega Saturn, Microsoft Xbox and more all have recurring issues from the physical stress of inserting and removing figure-8 power cables.
Over time these … Continue reading