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November 15, 2004

Vinyl and vanquish

Not entirely sure if vanquish is the word I want to be using there, but I do like a bit of alliteration in the morning.

So I am up (or rather got up) far too early this morning. I don't actually start on campus til 11, which even taking into account the lack of car (I can't think of a single term where my car hasn't had to pop off to the garage for a week or two) means I could leave at 10 or so. But noooooooo. Stupid me somehow STILL didn't manage to finish French homework on time, so I am finishing it now…no really, I am. With a capotee in my chilly fingers. Also had some porridge for breakfast, best breakfast meal ever (on many an occasion).

Did have a momentary panic as my watch has leapt to being 5 mins fast instead of 2 minutes, as it was previously, so I have 5 minutes more than I thought I had, so it seemed an appropriate time to blog…that sentence is far too long, but too sleepy to ponder how to rearrange it.

Me, Dan and Tom were sorting Vinyl in the station yesterday. There's so SO much! We found some real classics though and played a random selection of said classics and it was so much fun. Only downside was that due to the stupidly early flight from Cork City, I was already really sleepy before getting no sleep last night. Was trying to be good as well! No sleep equals a very ill Shall, again, which just isn't funny.

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