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Rory's out of the office today, shooting the latest Car Tech video. Here's what he could be doing right now: This is a shot of Rory, and Drew from the video team, filming the award-winning Jaguar XKR episode.
This page isn't large enough to even begin to explain how Rory ended up wearing a kimono while riding a lawnmower at midnight in the middle of Sweden. Let's just say it's a long story. "I thought I thought better of that," says the man himself, which may begin to shed some light on the matter.
Rain stops play at the CBS Interactive Charity Rounders Tourney on 23 July 2009. Picture by Nate. Not pictured: Rory, Nick, representatives of assorted PR companies, and our friends from GameSpot, BNET and TV.com. We won, natch.
And you thought you had cable-management issues? Rory's cable clog, like human intestines, could reach to the moon and back if stretched out to its full length.
Crappy snap courtesy of Flora's iPhone 3GS.
If you thought it was impossible for Rory Reid to get any sexier, then get a load of Rory Reid in an Aston blinkin' Martin. Just out of shot: the ladyfolk of Southwark try to get our man's attention with more pouting, preening and flicking of hair than a pouting, preening and hair-flicking competition in the L'Oreal testing lab.
Nick wins T-shirt of the day at payday beers, where CBSi staff get a few beers to make up for the fact that we have the best job in the world. Ten Internets to anyone who spots the reference. (Clue: It's Wayne's World.)
CNET.com's Natali Del Conte joins @CNETUK and @ZDNetUK down the pub. From left to right: Joffy @theJof, David @superglaze, Natali @natalidelconte, Rupert @rupertg, Nate @natelanxon, Tom @tomespiner, Drew the photographer @drewstearne, Ian @ian9outof10, Rory @rory79 and Rich @rich_trenholm.
Here's a treat for Stephen King fans:
"one he never vocalized when discussing the games with his fellow fans. It would not have been politic to do so.
"The girls took the sport personally, and that made them better haters.
"The boys wanted to win, yes, and sometimes a game could get hot if it was against a traditional rival (in the case of The Mills Wildcats sports teams, the despised Castle Rock Rockets), but"
See today's Crave for an explanation...
We can now reveal that the enormous and very heavy case contains, not cake (@davidgilson), the latest Apple Air, Ginger Nuts, Something for Ian to complain about (@_Nathan_Jones_ ), lots of moneys (@dave1022 ), Service pack 1 for Windows 7 (@br1mcg), a Motorola Droid (mikejaydavies) or even someone's soul (@davidgilson again).
It contains a pair of headphones! £1000 Sennheiser HD 800s to be precise. Good game everyone!