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    Just noticed that the clouds have parted a bit and there is blue sky visible!

    Allegedly 17 degrees too.

    I am considering a stroll to the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Oh brill!

    Just found a small Christmas pudding left over from... Christmas!

    Very happy bunny.

    Jealous now.

    The post walk entertainment has included:

    "Adagio for strings" Barber,
    "Bohemian like you": Dandy Whorhols,
    "Left outside alone" by Anastacia
    a track off "Breaking Glass": "Will You", the one with the sax on it,
    the 2nd CD of "Pulse" again because it's smoother than the "DSOTM" CD and thusly gets played louder.

    Now onto the first CD of Pulse which is "Shine On You Crazy Diamond".


    Now watching dear old Adolph on Sony Movies Action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Jealous now.

    The post walk entertainment has included:

    "Adagio for strings" Barber,
    "Bohemian like you": Dandy Whorhols,
    "Left outside alone" by Anastacia
    a track off "Breaking Glass": "Will You", the one with the sax on it,
    the 2nd CD of "Pulse" again because it's smoother than the "DSOTM" CD and thusly gets played louder.

    Now onto the first CD of Pulse which is "Shine On You Crazy Diamond".


    Now watching dear old Adolph on Sony Movies Action.
    That whole album is brilliant but that's probably the best song on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyGarbs View Post
    i took tramadol once, room was spinning for about 2 hours
    That is the typical reaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post


    Walk up the cem done.

    Took a 4 pint container today so the gallon of water only took 2 trips to the tap & back.

    The overnight rain was in evidence, seems to have washed a fair number of pine needles down the gutters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    A PCSO just went by on New Walk, but a shrubbery concealed me on his approach and then he spotted a cyclist and changed course to tell him to dismount, cycling being forbidden along there; so he missed me
    Aren't you supposed to shoot cyclists? Or is that just WTFH?
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    Now sat on a bench in a Georgian square off New Walk by the museum and art gallery, waiting for a phone call to tell me the car’s ready - the place is just around the corner from here
    And very relaxing it was. They should encourage people to go to such places just so they can relax and distance themselves from the unremitting misery of the mass media


    Once the car was finally sorted out, I was able to stop off at the pharmacy on the way home and get this month’s prescriptions. This involved queuing, widely spaced, in the car park, which was at least almost empty for a change. The transaction was then performed through a window by the door that was open a crack, talking to one of the regular staff members who I recognised despite her foolish attempt to disguise herself with a mask, who then deposited the stuff through the window beneath that where it fell into a plastic box on the ground

    Naturally, as soon as I got out of the car and joined the queue, it started to rain. Just a quick shower though

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Just noticed that the clouds have parted a bit and there is blue sky visible!

    Allegedly 17 degrees too.

    I am considering a stroll to the shop.
    Decided I couldn't be bothered with the shop.

    Maybe tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
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    And very relaxing it was. They should encourage people to go to such places just so they can relax and distance themselves from the unremitting misery of the mass media

    couldn't you have put the empty cans in the bin?? litterlout!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    That is the typical reaction.
    i had to take some of my mother's as i was involved in a head-on smash into Sainsburys in my moms car (mom was driving)
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