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10.11.2003Monday 10 November – Undead

Being awoke when, yet morning was over – the coco pops having resurrected in vain.
To dispel the study, which was not, it was to uni. Time ran away, with a shower needed to get the train. This was hard, but in time despite much small change, being glad it fit – worry is not worth the tickets. Clint wore his wrist away, although early out. We ate Subway sandwiches – the pizza was too late from exams and would have overflowed “Undead”, which the Schonell had, and was amusing. Horror, but the suspense was not there so ha-ha. Nevertheless, the spinal cord did walk.
The bus and I met within time, and went to North Quay onto Roma Street Station with the train and home where the animals had food – but no puppy rolls. It took such a long time for the girl to find her ticket that the driver said not to bother.
This is the problem – having awake in the wrong way, it is non-standard yet feels natural.
Comment by bob – Tuesday 11 November 2003, 7:47 AM
  0wned again, neddy!

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