Just treated myself to premium membership of the imperial war museum, free entry to Hms Belfast (excellent) duxford air museum (excellent) and the cabinet war rooms (no idea what that's like)
But the main reason for getting premium membership was you get access to the premium enclosure at airshows, you would not BELIEVE the queues for the toilets, the September airshow had such loooooong queues for the toilet that during the 617 squadron tribute I was close to doing my own dambusters tribute.
Now after typing all that I just realized I don't know if the premium enclosure comes with its own toilet, best bring a bucket for the next show....
In the summer I bought a lovely duvet set from Asda. Only got round to slinging it on this week, it's great!
We each have our own room* and beds so Techy doesn't get to sleep under it and is green with envy.
Told him, I'd've got him one too but I'm not sure what duvet he has. Might be a King Size.
*As mentioned on Radio 4's Thinking Allowed - not just separate beds, we have separate ROOMS. It was all the snoring and farting. Poor man couldn't stand it any more.
From a Pop Up store selling books cheap (and today they were going cheaper, all things $2!) the following three books - Star Trek Deep Space Nine book Gamma - Original Sin, Star Trek Prey book two The Jackal's Trick (thrown in for free because I bought the above Star Trek book and they were trying to get rid of stock) and Welsh Wit, Quips And Quotes.
I'm going have to a bit of rant.the digital version of the ten year war comes with the boxset on a cross shaped usb stick use a new format called maq that claims to be hi res but in fact it's not and you need buy new hardware to decode it and the company that came up with maq have the cheek use flac and hi res is supposed sound as close to original master as possible but maq make it sound worse I tried it with a free trial piece of software that decode to to 96/24bit so it's just drm with worse sound quality and the good news I have found the ten year war true hi res on 7digital not cheap at £22.99
So if anyone on see a site that sells digital versions of albums with maq do not waste your money.