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Oestre sparagmos!
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*waves*

Glastonbury tomorrow! Big Grin


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oooh, Glastonbury! Have fun and I hope it doesn't get flooded!


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Six interviews this weekend:

one scientist
one huge writer (hint: his dark materials)
one psychologist/researcher
AND THREE PHILOSOPHERS

Do you know how hard it is to think of deep meaningful questions on the meaning of life when you've had 4.5 hours sleep the night before. O_O

Then on top of that had to read a book to interview a comedian this morning.

I need a less time consuming hobby. or more sleep. Or get paid for it. At least I seem to be getting a lot of free books lately Razz


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-scruffy ambulating reanimated hypothetical vegetarian leigonairre of the undead. ~ Cav
-Look, I've got a cape and a tendency towards violence. It does not make me a superhero! ~ Domitella
-The key thing to remember about historians is that we are entirely capable of being objective, empirical and batshit crazy. ~ Dr. Marvinmarymac
 
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Originally posted by general punk, MA:
Six interviews this weekend:

one scientist
one huge writer (hint: his dark materials)
one psychologist/researcher
AND THREE PHILOSOPHERS

Do you know how hard it is to think of deep meaningful questions on the meaning of life when you've had 4.5 hours sleep the night before. O_O

Then on top of that had to read a book to interview a comedian this morning.

I need a less time consuming hobby. or more sleep. Or get paid for it. At least I seem to be getting a lot of free books lately Razz


PULLMAN? WOO!


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went the Beezee bold as brass,
side-saddle she sat, on a big painted bat,
shooting moonbeams out of her a(censored)e.
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Yup. He is hilariously blunt.

Staunch atheist in league with Dawkins and Hitchens too. Not all cuddly like PZ Myers or Stephen Fry.


High Ranking Official of the Realm of Unproductivity and Procrastination,
Dean of the UUP, First Class member of the order of the Pineapple.
-scruffy ambulating reanimated hypothetical vegetarian leigonairre of the undead. ~ Cav
-Look, I've got a cape and a tendency towards violence. It does not make me a superhero! ~ Domitella
-The key thing to remember about historians is that we are entirely capable of being objective, empirical and batshit crazy. ~ Dr. Marvinmarymac
 
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Originally posted by general punk, MA:
Six interviews this weekend:

one scientist
one huge writer (hint: his dark materials)
one psychologist/researcher
AND THREE PHILOSOPHERS

Do you know how hard it is to think of deep meaningful questions on the meaning of life when you've had 4.5 hours sleep the night before. O_O

Then on top of that had to read a book to interview a comedian this morning.

I need a less time consuming hobby. or more sleep. Or get paid for it. At least I seem to be getting a lot of free books lately Razz


Your life = awesome. Big Grin


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Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.

EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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My Sister and her boyfriend came for a visit this week end. (I had her itinery wrong they came on sat not sun) they just left and I have the rest of the day to run errens. It was a fun visit. I did the skype chat while they went to church.

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Oh gawd, my stepdad got had by an internet scam - some people fooled him into granting him access to his PC. I thought I'd brought him up better'n that.


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oh dear. I hope it's fixable and not too traumatic?


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Oh gawd, my stepdad got had by an internet scam - some people fooled him into granting him access to his PC. I thought I'd brought him up better'n that.


I bet it was the windows support centre one - they've been going for years. Got my father too!

Luckily they didn't get all the way with my dad and phoned back to complete the process ... this time they got hubby on the phone Big Grin Now that was a phone call worth listening too.

hubby : What country are you based in?
hubby : No, California isn't a country ...


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the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


CHIKKINZ?
 
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That's exactly the one Smaug! He said they told him that they could see alerts coming up on his computer and so he'd let them remotely access his computer. *wince* I said that was technologically and legally impossible for them to see without them having your prior permission.

I advised him to inform his bank.


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Fortunately he didn't hand over any banking details but I said they might have used remote access to snoop around his cookies for bank details...


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mmmmmtea



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Just issued a second legal case... it's becoming rather routine.

Wierd.


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Glastonbury today now!!!

*hugs murphy* is this second case related to the first case, or is it something different?


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EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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So jealous of Glatonbury! Feel sick I'm not going.

2nd case is because after the first case started the tenants stopped paying rent altogether and have generally decided to make life as difficult as possible... to the extent of refusing to let people in to view the property and when forced to let them in tried to put off the prospective tenants! So it's connected in part, I guess.


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Ugh, that's outrageous! What complete tw*ts. I hope you get it sorted out with the minimum amount of hassle for you (if that's even possible anymore...)


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Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.

EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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Wink I'll be right. when they run I'm pretty sure I'll be able to track em down. Shall I say it? I kinda want to...
They can run, bu...
actually, I don't think I can say it.

And I want to live vicariously through your glasto experience! What are your major exitements?


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I can't stop checking my selling items on ebay. It is the BEST FUN.



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What are you selling?


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