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And awake again...
Well, I slept for slightly longer than I thought I was going to. I got really bothered just before I went to bed - I had this twitch type thing that was weird as Hell - I don't know how to explain it, but it scared me rather a lot. So I went to bed wondering if I was gonna wake up or whether I was screwed. Well, at least the story has a happy ending, as we can see :o)

Plans for today, such that can be made by me (I don't do planning), include buying bread, perhaps getting this POS hair cut off, going to see the dean of Mathematics at his house to discuss my seminar, and recording some or all of the following songs (not sure why I'm doing this, but hey...)

Goo Goo Dolls - Dizzy
Blink 182 - All The Small Things
The Ataris - Fast Times at Dropout High
The Ataris - San Dimas High School Football Rules
Savage Garden - Truly Madly Deeply
Smashing Pumpkins - Today

Heh, I just saw a blogger type thing whose name ended in /llareggolb - anybody who can spot the reference gets 10,000 points, but I'm thinking you might not (uneducated filth!). I hope somebody does though, because I have something to add to this point (note to self: Iowa), which amuses me greatly.

Anyhow, I'm thinking it's breakfast time, or thereabouts. Cereal is looking likely again.... I bought a bowl yesterday especially for it :o)

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Shove them right up your thieving little arse

wooh, you're actually doing them!
you have to send them to me *nods*


Then get your arse online, because Dizzy, Fast Times at Dropout High and San Dimas are done :o)

I would have come online when you sent message, but phone was full. dammit.

now you're not here.



I was just enjoying some Stroke 9 last night up in the office. "Tail of the Sun" is my personal fave.

One of these days I'm going to check out these MP3s you're posting, but I don't have my own computer and the iMacs at work are kinda' funny sometimes.

I love Stroke 9. I bought their album totally at random without ever having heard of them (I'm impulsive like that sometimes) and loved it :o)

Don't worry, you're not missing much ;o)

And the point, of course...

...has always been that there's basically blogger all there. I grew up in a part of the UK called Solihull - hear Birmingham. One of the lamer quarters of our crappy little town was called: Balsall Heath. The standard gag was always that it got called that because there was nothing there.

Remind me to tell you the one about Abdul @ the Kashmir restaurant next time around ;-)

Thanks for the linkiness.

(of and elsewhere)

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