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5 Things You Did Today
Nowhereman437
post Sep 22 2010, 01:33 AM
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1-Sent payment for a c.d i ‘won’ on ebay
2-Found out the surprise destination my dad’s taking my mum for a 65th birthday holiday. Guernsey. This provoked the following classic conversation.
Me-Guernsey? Why there?
Dad-I’ve never been
Me-Has she said she want’s to go there in the past?
Dad-No. She wanted to go to Vienna but it’s too expensive.
3-Threw ½ my dinner down the toilet
4-Deleted my Beatles fan site from the internet
5-Drank a cuppa coffe after fishing a danny-long legs out of it and now having a hypochondriac episode or...
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nightotter
post Sep 23 2010, 05:52 PM
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1. Browsed a forum...
2. Browsed a different forum...
3. Browsed a different forum and posted something...
4. Browsed a different forum...
5. Did some work (where I'm at), but stopped and Browsed a different forum...
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post Sep 23 2010, 11:00 PM
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1-Carried my dog away from park & just missed skirmish where 2 bicylists chased after 2 dog walkers.Police were called.
2-Took my mother out to lunch and argued about gays getting married and going to her gay priest's wedding.
3-I drive for hours each day right now. On drive down I listened to the new !!! album. It made me think of Shriekback for some reason.
4-On drive back listened to old radio show tape where I interviewed Philly band M Fakter (www.myspace.com/mfakter). I became good friends with them but lost touch. Googled when I got home and now we're catching up.Other old music friend sent message his (10th?)book is coming out in October: Starting Over:The Making of John Lennon & Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy by Ken Sharp
5-Bought flowers, spicy vegetable samosas and pepper spray for dog walk tomorrow.

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johnivor
post Sep 23 2010, 11:34 PM
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1. Polished off a container of non-fat Greek yogurt and honey (my usual breakfast)

2. Picked up 5 loaves of pumpkin bread baked by the cloistered Dominican nuns of Hollywood

3. Collected $125 from my crew to put toward a gift card for our Ink&Painter's impending bundle of joy

4. Took a break from #5 to make this quick entry and glance at the forum

5. Spent most of the day breaking down a board (which, coincidentally, is like breaking down, bored)

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Andy Partridge
post Sep 24 2010, 07:59 PM
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1- shamefully,and mistakenly missed breakfast,it will catch up with you.
2- Made phone calls and emails concerning running of APE
3- Had lunch of jazzed up mulligatawny soup,{oil,extra beef,pepper,extra rice,gluten free bread,}.
4- Stu picked me up and we commenced to edit track ideas/record/replace, for astoundingly good forthcoming Peter Blegvad album.
5- Then repaired to a welcoming hostelry in Swindon's old town for an early eve of boozahol, cheese, nuts and bread,{mmmm lovely and all that}

Thatsa me fer today.
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post Sep 24 2010, 09:12 PM
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QUOTE (Andy Partridge @ Sep 24 2010, 12:59 PM) *
3- Had lunch of jazzed up mulligatawny soup,{oil,extra beef,pepper,extra rice,gluten free bread,}.


I had mulligatawny last night! We must be tele-gastric-twins or something.

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Nowhereman437
post Sep 24 2010, 10:19 PM
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1-Dragged myself out of bed to take the dog for a pee at about 9.30 'cause i was starting to worry if I didn't he'd pee all over my parents new carpet
2-Rang my phone 'cause I didn't know where it was and tracked it down to a coat in my wardrobe.
3-Read a text from my dad telling me to 'record that tiger program'. (it was the night before and due to #2 I didn't record it)
4-Went on a google st. view nostaliga fest.
5-Spent ages trying to light the grill which unlike the hob is errrm...electric. *slaps own head*
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post Sep 24 2010, 10:45 PM
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Well, I didn't have any mulligatawny, (although I like it), but last night made the mistake of grabbing a couple of handfuls of leftover bhujia mix ( sort of very spicy peas/peanuts/weird crunchy things for the uninitiated) last night while waiting for my daughter's pals to cease their chatter downstairs ( they were having a manga movie night) while I was webbing with wed wine.
So today has started with:
1.A good deal of groaning in bed, and not the pleasant sort.
2. A bad session in the karzi.
3.More of No. 2, above, yes it's apposite, I know.
4. A shower, and thankfully the gripes seem to have ceased.
5. Good hot fresh-ground coffee and shift the car so the delivery men can drop of 20 bags of ready-mix concrete, 20 kilos each, which I will have to manhandle on my own.
I will too shagged out tomorrow to tell you the rest.
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post Sep 24 2010, 11:18 PM
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1) Laundry
2) Vacuumed. Then cleaned the roller and emptied the bag. Then did it again. Wait, that's four things.
3) Shampooed the carpet in my room.
4) Cleaned the bathroom. Extensively.
5) About to get out the microphone and boot up ProTools in anticipation of a singer friend arriving shortly. (Finally...something closer to fun!)
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post Jun 29 2011, 11:05 PM
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Went to watch the end of the Federer match...i was still watching an hr. 1/2 l8r when he lost
-had my tv signal sorted out
-accidentally bashed the door against the dogs head
-considered officially replacing Pink Floyd's Dark side of the moon with the Stone Roses debut album as my all time fav. album but ultimately didn't
-punched the air with joy when i found out News corp. have sold my beloved myspace. Yes I'm still on it...trolling the forums.

bonus thing-discorved how to find the topics i've started on here.
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post Jul 1 2011, 02:01 PM
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Learned Morrissey's "Hold On To Your Friends" on guitar.
Ditto on piano.
Bought bread roll.
Ate bread roll.
Watched Futurama.
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Jeff Truzzi
post Jul 1 2011, 02:21 PM
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1) Woke up early, started computer and checked email.
2) Downloaded software so I could see an additional segment of a video tribute to my mom for her 80th birthday on Saturday (being celebrated after her church on Sunday as a surprise party) that I've been working on all month, and thought was finished the day before - until brother and nephew added this final segment, which turned out great!
3) Found music options to go under above video segment, converted them to mp3s and email'd them to my nephew. (Production is out of my hands now!)
4) Watered yard areas not covered by sprinklers. (It's gonna be a hot few days.)
5) Got back on computer (coffee in hand) and am checking out APE forum.

...all before 7am!
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Andy Partridge
post Jul 1 2011, 05:14 PM
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1-Had goats cheese and garlic toast while I read mucho emails
2-Did two hour skype consultancy with lady herbal type doctor.
3-Made teas for workmen
4-Walked long way in hot sun to old friends house,used to work with him in last job in 77
5-Helped to make chicken curry back at home,busy tomorrow though
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post Jul 1 2011, 06:21 PM
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This is from two days ago, but it's more interesting than "today:"

1. Stayed up 'til 4:00 a.m. with dying 18-year-old cat.
2. Drove to veternarian's office, with cat on my lap, to have cat euthanized.
3. Said goodbye, and gently handed cat over to vet's assistant.
4. Drove back home, sad and catless.
5. Threw litter box and geriatric cat food in trash. Tried to be extra nice to dogs.

Okay, that might have been six things.

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post Jul 1 2011, 07:57 PM
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Sorry to hear about your cat, simpleton. I went through something similar 10 years ago and I know it isn't easy...

1. Woke up early to Skype with a Japanese friend who lives near Osaka, Japan.
2. Wished my family Happy Canada Day when they (finally) got out of bed.
3. Started laundry in preparation for our annual trek to the Kawartha Lakes on Saturday.
4. Made phonecall to make final arrangements with parental units to feed cats whilst we are on hols.
5. Wished Jeff Truzzi Happy Birthday on facebook (for Sunday).

I hope the forum move goes well, Andy! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
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Jeff Truzzi
post Jul 1 2011, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE (weasie @ Jul 1 2011, 12:57 PM) *
I hope the forum move goes well, Andy! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)


Hey, it's on our birthday, weasie - it's predestined to be painless!
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Happy Birthday in advance, weasie!
And Happy 4th of July to everyone - regardless of nationality.
Remember, you don't have to be American to party on the 4th...although it helps. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)
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post Jul 1 2011, 09:44 PM
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QUOTE (weasie @ Jul 1 2011, 01:57 PM) *
Sorry to hear about your cat, simpleton. I went through something similar 10 years ago and I know it isn't easy...


Thanks, wease.

I was never that fond of this particular cat (and I'm a cat person), but I am not good at witnessing helpless creatures struggling!
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donavan
post Jul 1 2011, 11:20 PM
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watched the news

watered my fruit plants

watched a bit of tennis

made my kids their tea, thats evening meal

kissed my wife when she came in from work
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post Jul 1 2011, 11:24 PM
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Happy birthday jeff and weasie for Sunday. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)



I did that too (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
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Jeff Truzzi
post Jul 2 2011, 12:21 AM
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Thanks, Don! And Cheers!



QUOTE (simpleton01 @ Jul 1 2011, 02:44 PM) *
I was never that fond of this particular cat (and I'm a cat person)


I was gonna say Simp, sorry about your cat...unless its name was Siva.
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(Siva was Simp's cat when we were roommates.
To say we didn't get along is an understatement.
But even evil cats don't live 30 years...I think.)

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