All entries for November 2005
November 26, 2005
Well I have finally assigned a title to my essay which, (I think), captures the essence of the two descriptive paragraphs we were given to decipher an essay question from… the only problem is I have been researching too much in the wrong area… so back to the archives of Science and Nature to get some not so interesting papers about rice.
November 22, 2005
Essays suck monkey turds.
November 21, 2005
I had a good night out, but had the hangover from hell yesterday, it completely wiped me out, I lay in bed for pretty much most of the day feeling sorry for myself apart from when I had to move to be sick… which was waaaaaaayyyyyy too often for my liking.
I got up properly about 9pm and for all of yesterday I ate 3 apricots, an apple, a piece of bread and two pieces of chocolate…
Today I feel much better… though have to do some hard-core essay work. Booo!
November 20, 2005
Its the first time I have been out to the union this term and I had quite a good time. I was quite drunk, and was dissapointed that The Graduate was closed, as this meant I could get no Old Rosie andhad to drink strongbow, whichfrankly, is disgusting.
I managaed to catch the bus home " run! the bus is for leam!". Now I am knackered… and drunk Gonna sleep.
Essay tomorrow. nIGHT.
November 19, 2005
Imagine if Cadbury Creme Eggs were really this big… How would you eat yours?
Run and Jump at it with a Giant spoon?
Or my own favourite, wait for it to crash land and then devour it?
Ofcourse if they were this big, we'd all be violently sick from eating them…
It was an egg with a german flag and is the second hotair balloon to crashland in Crewe that I can remember! Yay Crewe!
November 18, 2005
November 17, 2005
November 16, 2005
Writing about web page http://breakingnews.iol.ie/entertainment/story.asp?j=133702180&p=y337xz76x
Ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! A bit cruel… but ha ha ha haaaaaaaa…
Actually… it's really mean! Though 5 grand a day will probably help them get over it!
November 15, 2005
I really, really want to wave at other people on buses, especially when I'm on the top-deck and so are they.
I remember in primary school, on trips, we'd all wave at lorry drivers as they passed us in the coach, then when they'd wave back the whole bus would cheer, even better was when they honked the horn and the bus would errupt.
If I wave and get a wave back, inside I will be cheering!
November 14, 2005
Writing about web page http://www.grandcentralrail.co.uk/
Today I travelled from Crewe to Leamington and managed to get a seat for all parts of my journey, in comparison to Friday's journey when I sat on the floor of the vestibule with several other commuters. This happens because I didn’t book my ticket in advance, but one shouldn’t have to on public transport, in my opinion. Imagine if you had to book a ticket for the bus!
Grand Central Railway, a company hoping to run trains along certain routes, is proposing that if you buy a ticket, but don’t get a seat, you should get half your money back. Ian Yeowart, managing director of Grand Central said “We don’t believe it’s right to pay the full fare if you have to stand for any part of the journey. In every other industry people expect to get what they pay for. Railways should be no different.” It makes sense to me, though I am just a lowly passenger. GNER who currently run “services” along these specific routes already, are trying to delay GCRs access to the route… I wonder why…
Sadly for me, I will not benefit from GCRs proposals. At the start of my journey I was given a questionnaire from the transport department concerning hours of travel and how often I made the journey. I bothered to fill it in the hope that this information might somehow be conveyed to the train companies, so that extra carriages can be stuck on at times at peak travel, giving everyone a seat. It wouldn't be difficult, it wouldn't cost a significant amount more and passengers would be much happier… Hey! A person can dream can’t they?