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    Entertainment (revised): BBC4: The beauty of diagrams: Newton's diagram of a prism, complete with Pink Floyd reference.

    BBC4: Shock & Awe: the story of electricity (it'll never catch on) with Jim Alkalili again.

    4: Dispatches, or how a blonde bozo managed to demonstrate his complete & utter incompetence.

    Timeless S1 E14: "The Lost Generation" wherein, rather than going to a mysterious island where a plane has crashed, they go to Paris in 1927 & meet Lindberg.

    Then a bit of "Black Lives matter: Rivers of Blood 50 years on".

    Now Sapphire & Steel.

    I see that E4 has some little know programme call "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" at 23:00.
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    Read some more of Len Deighton's Bomber

    The dampness from the sky seems to have packed it in for now.

    I noticed today that it was quite busy out, if not yet back to normal, but it still tends to be very quiet at night.

    Goodnight all

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    Read some more of Len Deighton's Bomber
    Great book. I read it first time when I was a tyke. Made an everlasting impression on YoungScruff.
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    ^^^ Not forgetting "Fighter" and "Goodbye Mickey Mouse".

    Morning all

    Grey.

    Dark.

    Dank.

    Dreary.

    Sunless.

    Dry.

    Thursday, judging by the racket at 06:25.
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    Morning all

    Tired today

    Down to a postively chilly 13 degrees and a forecast high of 17. Cloudy (confirmed by a look out the window) but no precipitation expected.

    Two coffees imbibed so far. About to put a pain au raisin in the oven for breakfast.

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    Morning denizens

    Grey day, dry, 11°C

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    Morning all

    Breakfast - usual

    Lunch - Chicken Curry, Rice, Naan

    Weather - bit grey, moderate breeze
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    Exercise bicycling done

    No personal bests today as my right knee seemed a little discontented so I took it fairly easy. And then the instep of my left foot developed cramp towards the end, so I didn't close the exercise ring either. But there's only a couple of minutes to go, which will come about naturally from things like going out the back to lock the gate, and messing about in the kitchen

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    Morning all

    Slightly overcast out, but a pleasant walk with The Dog (tw)

    Bread had risen well over night. I put it in the oven when I got in from the walk, then forgot about it until I got a meeting reminder. It was in for about 50 mins, but looks (and sounds) OK.
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    Freecell score: 92%, running average 83%.

    Lunch: lentil <not very pfffft> soup (Heinz), Morrisons multiseed bread, bramble jelly sandwich on Morrisons sunflower & pumpkin seed, Tesco spam & mustard (Irish, strong) on same, 0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea.
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