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    Watched the beginning of Strictly and noticed all the audience that were allowed in had black masks. For some reason I found it very funny.

    Watched some interesting YouTube clips on how wonderful our government is versus a Prime Minister who won a majority today.

    Listening to drivel on the radio.

    Apparently HMS Prince of Wales, an aircraft carrier, has been flooded for the 2nd time in the last 5 months. Oddly HMS Queen Elizabeth, the sister ship, has had similar problems. Oh and we have no aircraft to put on them as they arrived late and over budget.
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Home sweet home.

    All unpacking done. Much laundry to get on with tomorrow.

    HWMBO ordered Korean for dinner.
    You're supposed to flee the Plague City, not return to it

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    Tonight's first movie premiere was, as predicted, 1917 (2019), which I thought was very good. I was particularly impressed by the various scenes in the trenches and in the craters in no man's land, which are the reason for the vast section of the credits given over to digital artists and software people. I don't mind the credits being ten minutes long when it's because people made stuff rather than just doing accountancy

    And then another movie premiere: The Infiltrator (2016), one of those Based on a True Story™ things about a US Customs undercover chap infiltrating Escobar's cartel, starring everybody's favourite Albuquerque meth cook. It's pretty good, I thought; nothing earth shattering, but an interesting story

    And finally S3E13, aka the season 3 finale, of The Sopranos, Army of One (TV Episode 2001). I like Dominic Chianese's little showcase in Nuevo Vesuvio (sp?) at the end of this one; he's an excellent singer

    Goodnight all

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    Morning all
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    Morning all if all there be

    Dry.

    Grey.

    Sunless.

    Colder at 15.8 deg in here.

    1023 mBar and 66% RH.

    Sunday.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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    Morning
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    Sunday
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    Inertia, however........................

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    Morning all.

    It's dry, a bit of cloud but otherwise sunny. Currently 10 degrees with a forecast high of 13. I haven't wandered down to the office to check the barometer. That service will resume tomorrow.

    Ocado are due to bring me comestibles between 12 and 1pm. My two week confinement shouldn't be too bad. I have crunchy nut cornflakes and milk

    HWMBO goes home later today.

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    Morning.

    You already know the weather thanks to Lady Muck

    Watched a certain Minister on Marr say something with absolute certainty. So the opposite to what he's says with certainty is now about to happen....
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Ocado delivered very early - at 11:20. The driver called to check it was ok first, which resulted in me getting dressed very quickly.

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    Sunday morning shop done, brought home, washed, put away.

    Lunch: roast chicken breast with added rasher of bacon in a vain attempt to give it some little flavour , stewed pears sans custard, 0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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