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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 17 April 2008 (Day View)
17.04.2008 – Thursday 17 April – Rebellious Rollerblades
- • Woken by someone from Telstra in Perth phoning—“your number is not with Telstra, but is obviously working so I guess it’s an Optus number?” Responding that it was an IP-based phone had him hang up almost immediately. I then went to Umart’s service centre with Maz, to drop off his presumed-faulty motherboard.
- • Maz and I messed around building up a computer, and generally lazing about. I dropped Stella, Emma and Sam at Indooroopilly and picked them up again a couple of hours later. I dropped past Hungry Jack’s for lunch.
- • Grace, Maz and I went to Rebel Sport, where I bought Grace some rollerblades as a late birthday present, and picked up Maz’s warranty returned blades.
- • Maz and I watched some Stargate at his place, and finished building up a computer.