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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 1 December 2005 (Day View)
01.12.2005 – Thursday 1 December – The Brother’s Grimm
- • I didn’t get up until late, relaxing and lazing about—in short, doing nothing.
- • I trained into the city, had a quick lunch at Govinda’s, and met Clint. We walked, talked, whinged, and looked, eventually ending up at South Bank to see “The Brother’s Grimm” in the late movie session, catching the last trains to our respective homes after. The movie was a rather peculiar and confusing mix of fairy tales, ending up slightly incoherent, but still enjoyable. Back at Joe’s, it appears that a large rain came down from the skies while I was not present, as some of downstairs is flooded.