Well, what's been going on then? It was a bit of a worrying time recently after Richard Hammond's accident. I felt like a friend was injured, he seems like a friend, who couldn't love the Hamster? You may find it odd that a slow, cautious Skoda driver such as myself is a big fan of a show which the critics claim promotes speed and dangerous driving, but I find it entertaining. That is after all what televsion is supposed to be. I might watch a magic show, but I don't go out and try to saw a woman in half; after watching Buffy, I don't run out with a wooden stick looking for the undead, I watch TV for fun, not to get ideas. So I will be really sad if the critics get their way and get Top Gear banned, or toned down because of this accident. Yes, the accident was regrettable, yes if he hadn't been going fast it wouldn't have happened, but the same could be said of F1 or any sporting event. They take precautions, but the person knows what they're risking, they take that risk through choice. If Hammond himself decides the risks are too great, then so be it, but if he wishes to continue, then he should be allowed, in as safe a way as possible.
*Steps down of soap box and looks around nervously* sorry, not sure what happened there, started getting carried away. Anyway, what else has been going on, well, nothing particularly interesting. Work in the library continues, Hullabaloo is still going strong, in fact I should probably go and check I have everything and pack the car as it's on tonight and I have to leave in about 40 mins.