I forgot to mention this the other day, so I thought I’d mention it now. I’ve “removed” the old comments system from this blog, i.e. the one that I made. It’s been replaced by the blogger comments system. However, because of the way my site works, it doesn’t like it. Don’t ask me why, that’s just the way it works. I’ll try and get it sorted out soon!
Anyway. I watched ‘Medical Mysteries’ yesterday night. I was going to post up something about it but I didn’t, but then I read a review of it in The Times this morning and it actually agreed with what I thought. The program went at a snail’s pace, in order to explain something which they probably could have managed in about 30 seconds. George III was suffering from a disease called Porphyria — a very rare condition. It’s unusual for males to suffer attacks, though, and the reason why he did was because of Arsenic (which was contained in some medicine he was taking). How amazing is that? Um, not at all. It was probably the dullest, dumbed-down program that I’ve watched recently. Needless to say, I’m not going to be watching any more in the series of “TV for morons” (which seems to make up about 90% of what’s on TV these days, but hey).
Um, yes. That is all.