Story bud? Or should that be buds? Who knows. Should one write to one person or to many? Sorta like the you or ye issue I suppose. I’ll solve it and say y’all. So, to recap these first few nonsensical lines, any news y’all?
I’ve been in really good form these past few days. Not that I have wild mood swings, or that I’ve been in a bad mood before that. I don’t really do ups and downs, to paraphrase Lisa Simpson, I know neither highs nor lows ;)
And if I’m honest I should be in a bad mood cause the saga of the laptop has gotten worse. Now Pavlov won’t even recognise audio cds, which was a frackin issue seeing as I’d just bought a new album and wanted to mp3 it all and listen on my way to work this morning. Instead, I had to bring it back into work and try three different computers here. One wouldn’t read the cd, one wouldn’t read the mp3 player and the third was just fine So I’ve just finished transferring songs over and will get to listen at lunch, or maybe on my way home this evening.
But the hassle. The hassle
Not enough to dent my good mood though. Even the sight of three billion coffee cups and numerous scattered newspapers all over the library this morning didn’t make me want to issue a red alert and crack down on eating and drinking in the library. Nope, I just laughed along with Gift Grub and binned it all.
Which reminds me, Gift Grub you were a lazy bastard today weren’t you? First of all to still be going on about the rugby match. Who on earth would still be smiling everytime they see the buses with the Munster lads on the side But then to use the internet as the source on your inspiration Tut tut tut. Cause first of all they told the nation about google’s bias, which I was first alerted to via In Fact, Ah, go to google and search for Leinster Supporters Club: Now read that first line. hee
And then there was the fact that Jay did the Choose Leinster thingy thats been doing the email rounds.
Ah well, it was still funny. Jay has to be one of their best characters, and him constantly telling yer man from The Thrills to Shuddup, jus’ shuddup was great.
Hmm, I’ve gone off-topic, not that I was ever really on a topic in the first place, but I wasn’t actually intended to bore you all with yet more rugby ;) there’ll be plenty of time for that come May 20th.
As well as the soundtrack to Merry Christmas I also got my first vol. of Bill Willingham Fables which quite a few people have been saying is really great. I didn’t get a chance to read much as I was error checking registrys and enabling and disabling, uninstalling and reinstalling drives and other such things in a futile attempt to get Pavlov back in working order. But what little I read seems really great. Course the second vol has been delayed in Amazon-land for some reason. So I won’t rush the first one.
And thank the gods for Firefox’s tab saver extension. Cause the pc just crashed, and I’d’ve had to come up with all this all over again if I’d been using IE.