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31st March 2012

Donkey @ 14:58

Current Grassiness: crushed crushed

Forgive me father, it has been several months since my last update.

I'm still alive. I am still in a mentally exhausting job. I am still in Leamington Spa. Nothing much has changed really.

Somethings that have changed include:

- Weight
- Number of teeth (for some reason, age probably, my teeth are becoming surprisingly brittle to the point eating pork crackling is like playing Russian Roulette)
- Socks (every day)
- Neighbours
- The way the government defines the term "Apprentice"
- The bed linen

Exciting developments include:

- Planting lots of pansies, snap dragons and sweet williams
- Doing the dishes
- Getting my Human Rogue to level 85 in Warcraft (Spinebreaker server)
- Spending £200 a month to go to work
- Managing to maintain Zoe's mood in the green/amber zone

Fleeting ideas of note (that didn't amount to anything) include:

- A national fixed price of petrol
- A giant soufflé (chocolate)
- Going into teaching
- Renting a cottage as part of the Edge of Wales walk
- Attempt to set up a media training community enterprise.

When further things of note arise, I will attempt to write a post here. Until then here is some music.

 
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From:meathiel
Date:31st March 2012 14:11 (UTC)
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Hi - who are you??? ;-)

I second the fixed price on petrol thing - it's really getting ridiculous!
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From:stegzy
Date:11th April 2012 17:55 (UTC)
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Isn't it just!
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From:zoefruitcake
Date:31st March 2012 17:29 (UTC)
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I think the fixed petrol price is a good idea

I didn't realise my mood was being managed...
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From:stegzy
Date:11th April 2012 17:55 (UTC)
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Shush.. x
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From:stainsteelrat
Date:31st March 2012 21:01 (UTC)
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Good to hear from you! :-)
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From:stegzy
Date:11th April 2012 17:56 (UTC)
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And you!
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From:louenn
Date:3rd April 2012 08:25 (UTC)
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A fixed price on fuel would mean that all petrol stations have to charge the same - that's quite sensible. However, who'd be setting the price? The fuel companies or the government? You know that the government would use it to sneak more tax onto the already very-highly-taxed flammable products we need to get ourselves and our metal boxes from A to B.

Do we get pictures of the flora you have planted?
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From:stegzy
Date:11th April 2012 17:56 (UTC)

Do we get pictures of the flora you have planted?

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As soon as they're in bloom, yes. :-)

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