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10.11.2006Friday 10 November – Good Food & Wine

Bronwen and I went to the “Good Food and Wine Show” at the Exhibition Centre, where I ate hundreds of dollars worth of chocolate, along with some rare and complex dips and other complex dainties. Not too bad for a free ticket Bronwen got by looking forlorn and wet when we got stuck in the rain.
I had lunch at Govinda’s, and then caught a City Cat to work, where I’m hoping I’ll be able to stay awake.
I booked the flights for Mum’s trip down over Christmas.
Comment by Adela – Tuesday 14 November 2006, 5:59 AM
  So what ever happened to your interest in Neurocam? Only lasted for a day or two in 2004?
Comment by Ned – Tuesday 14 November 2006, 8:35 AM
  It seemed like a strange and weird idea, which interested me, but after some research it began to sound like a pointless Melbourne art experiment, so I lost interest.
Comment by Maz – Monday 20 November 2006, 5:24 PM
  Memo to Ned: It's not the 10th anymore.
Comment by Ned – Monday 20 November 2006, 8:06 PM
  By the powers–you’re right! I shall update this.

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