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Tuesday, 5 October 2004

When EU documents go... a bit awry.

Heh. They missed off Wales! That's probably my favourite news story of the year so far - I have nothing against the principality - it's just really funny.

I had a really odd dream last night - I don't think I've been sleeping so well just lately. For some incomprehensible reason I - without duress - joined the army. I interacted for a bit, in the usual parallel-reality way until it occurred to me that this was completely not what I wanted to do, and I wasn't prepared for being told what to do with no right to reply. I told 'the man' that I had never wanted to join the army, and had no idea why I was there, and that my Dad had told me that he only had two pieces of advice for me - don't join the army, and don't join the police. I felt like a small child, which was unsettling, and he said "OK, then, if you want, just go." So I did. I don't remember many of my dreams, but the ones I can recall are invariably rather strange.

look, no Wales!

Once again, Tuesday has rocketed by; I'm nearly home and the sun has practically set. It's been a bit more of a productive workday, though, so the frustration levels aren't nearly as high as they were. I'm really going to have to get a toolkit for work, though - yesterday I was doing some repairs (I dropped my iPAQ in Asda the day before we went on holiday, which fortunately resulted in no more inominy than the loss of all the data - those screens cost a fortune! The headphone socket of my minidisc player has been a little temperamental, too) and today I needed to make some modifications to a bit of hardware, and I was begging and borrowing all over the place. It's good to get my hands 'properly' dirty, though. How RS can justify £200 for this is beyond me, though...

Posted by james at October 5, 2004 8:42 PM

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