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Thursday, 10 November 2005

food, cars and comedy

A fairly brief blog from me - I have no idea what's happening to all the time, especially since I've spent much of the last week off work!

Form what I can recall, though... I attended an entertaining FTLfm bash (a kind-of get together of internet radio folks) on Saturday; it was the usual mix of housework, family time and noodling around in the studio on Sunday (I've been doing a little preparation for an Image FM broadcast next Sunday (the 13th). There's some fairly amusing stuff planned, so I think it's worth a listen.

Monday brought yet another trip to the garage with the car - this time to sort all the electrics out that didn't work properly when they changed the brain. It was another frustrating morning, since I have a feeling they're grossly understaffed there - with only one technician and a laptop to deal with all the Peugeots that come in (the Ford operation seems a little more extensive).

Hopefully, though, by the end of the month, all the niggles and reasons for the lease company to make the handing-back of the car difficult, will be put to rest. Once it's all over, I can see myself writing a fairly long, tedious and heartfelt blog about the pitfalls of car leasing schemes. You have been warned.

Beth and her mum in the kitchenBeth and her mum were in charge of preparing a pensioners' lunch at a nearby church yesterday - they put their recently achieved Food Hygiene certificates to good use, preparing a very tasty meal (I ate some of the left-overs at work today - food, not pensioners, I might add - very tasty!)

radio bits:

Fans of The Mighty Boosh (the surreal world of Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding) will be pleased to know that a live tour has been announced, and - perhaps to promote it - they're appearing on BBC7's comedy club from Monday to Friday next week, between 10pm and midnight. I'm definitely looking forward to it.

Links of the day:

Posted by james at November 10, 2005 7:13 PM

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