Jun 11, 2012

RhoDeo 1224 HHGTTG

Hello, well i've been unable to get rid of the virus and even to reinstall my OS, duh i've bought an external case creating a USB disk and will reformat the infected partition that way. Maybe it will go down sweat and easy or maybe not..I have no experience with it but hey, anyway with all the other distractions going on this week Euro football and analysis then there was Roland Garros aswell as another exiting F1 race this evening, rarely seen Hamilton so pleased after the race, considering how close it was-just 35 sec in front of no 10- this season shapes up to become an alltime classic, 7 different winners and at least 3 potential winners still in the wings. Hmm anyway that's why havent gotten around to repairing yet and I'm still on this slow machine with a noisy HD. I will be back...

Meanwhile I do have another episode of the Hitchhikers Guide to keep your spirits up

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Here is the BBC television adaptation of Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy broadcast in January and February 1981 on BBC Two. The adaptation follows the original radio series in 1978 and 1980. The series stars Simon Jones as Arthur Dent, David Dixon as Ford Prefect, Mark Wing-Davey as Zaphod Beeblebrox and Sandra Dickinson as Trillian. The voice of the guide is by Peter Jones. Simon Jones, Peter Jones, Stephen Moore and Mark Wing-Davey had already provided the voices for their characters in the original radio series in 1978/80. In addition, the series features a number of notable cameo roles, including Adams himself on several occasions.

Although initially thought by BBC executives to be unfilmable, the series was successfully produced and directed by Alan J. W. Bell and went on to win a Royal Television Society award as Most Original Programme of 1981, as well as several BAFTA awards for its graphics and editing.

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The episode opens with a guide entry explaining the legendary planet of Magrathea, which manufactured planets millions of years ago, until the Galactic economy collapsed. Zaphod has been explaining to Ford that he has found the legendary planet of Magrathea, whilst Trillian tends to a pair of white mice. Zaphod orders the computer to land on the planet surface.

Before long, they receive a transmission from the Commercial Council of Magrathea, informing them that the planet is closed for business and asking them to leave. They ignore this and later receive another message, noting that nuclear missiles have been sent at the ship. Attempts to evade the missiles fail, and Arthur uses the ship's Infinite Improbability Drive, which ends up turning the missiles into a very surprised looking whale and a bowl of petunias. Trillian discovers that during the chaos, her mice escaped.

The five characters go onto the surface, where they find it desolate. Zaphod suggests that the Magratheans lived beneath the surface of the planet. They split into two groups — Trillian, Zaphod and Ford explore a tunnel, whilst Arthur and Marvin remain on the surface. Trillian, Zaphod and Ford's thread ends on a cliff-hanger, with them seeing something alarming at the end of the corridor.

HHGTTG 3 ( 232mb)

01 Episode 3 31:02

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HHGTTG 1 ( 232mb)
HHGTTG 2 ( 232mb)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A little something to keep your spirits up


Hope you get up & running again without too much trouble.