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    Watching Autumn watch.

    They are talking about bloody foxes.
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Ribs and chips for tea

    The bedroom is almost sorted out, for certain values of "sorted out"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    The Two Escobars was actually very interesting and not as depressing as I thought it was going to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    The Two Escobars was actually very interesting and not as depressing as I thought it was going to be.
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    Nearly wrote Zen Churchy there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
    Entertainment: well it won't be "The Settlement" since that turns out to be a dup of something I watched in 2018, apparently.

    Therefore: TBD.
    "The Martian (2015)" with that Matt Damon chap stuck on Mars.

    Now: The Bad Skin Clinic: a poor lady with very bad psoriasis all over her body and arthritis, plus swollen feet.

    3 weeks on methotrexate & she's improving.

    After 6 months she's looking very good indeed.

    A gentleman with a bump on the back of his head.

    He's a drag queen.

    It's acne keloidalis nuchae

    Steroid injections monthly and some creme or other and don't shave it so close.

    It's reduced a lot & he's happy with the result.

    Now a woman with lumps on her head.

    Pilar cysts.

    This woman enjoys her job a lot.

    You just can't beat a proper good pilar cyst.

    And she had 4 of them. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop.

    Chap with a ?lipoma? on his back.

    It's the "bunch of grapes" version, a bit more tricky.
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    I like The Martian, as may be evident from the fact I've watched it three or four times

    In fact, it seems I last watched it in January, which was the Before Times, so ages ago. Might watch it again soon

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    Just watched The Crash Detectives - Series 2: Episode 2, following the Collison Investigation Unit of Gwent Police, on iPlayer… and it turned out to be about someone I knew

    He was killed last year when his car left the M4, which they concluded happened because he fell asleep at the wheel. He was one of my brother's oldest friends; they met at Oxford. He was a great bloke, a real character

    It's a bit unsettling when you watch one of these things and realise you knew the person who died

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    And before that I watched the third episode of the Surgeons thing, about a double lung transplant and some dicey neurosurgery, both of which achieved happier endings.

    Early rising tomorrow for the electrician


    Goodnight all

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