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11.11.2003Tuesday 11 November – Very Normal

Mr Martin
Insert “The Matrix” music here. In one life, I spent a quiet day at home, where I did some washing, fed the animals, cooked pasta and vegetables for dinner and watched “Ransom” before going to bed. In my other life, where I go by the alias “thei”, I spent some time developing an XSLT method of parsing my XML music list – with limited success after getting some help from a friendly woman on a mailing list, chatted a little with a few people on IRC, and experienced a power failure which took two reboots to recover from.
Comment by keight – Friday 14 November 2003, 1:10 PM
Comment by Ned – Friday 14 November 2003, 3:18 PM
  I had to go do some exam study with this funny guy… that took all day…
Comment by keight – Saturday 15 November 2003, 4:54 PM
  Yes, but that dosent take 4 days, does it
Comment by keight – Saturday 15 November 2003, 11:17 PM
  If I'd put $1 each way, on each of those horses, I would have been up $5.50.
  If I'd put $1 for a place, on each of those horses, I would have would have been up $14.50.

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