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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 22 May 2006 (Day View)
22.05.2006 – Monday 22 May – Cold, Uni, Indooroopilly, Clint & Cakes
- • It has been getting increasingly cold, something to do with the earth’s disregard for symmetry, so I’m told.
- • Clint and I drove to uni, and then Indooroopilly, where I payed off a Centrelink debt and cashed my Engin cash-back offer cheque.
- • I applied for an “Information Technology Support Officer” position with the education department at UQ.
- • Two blokes were supposed to come and look at Jalyn’s room, but only one turned up—Locky, a second year law student at QUT who reminded me a lot of Kipps, and came along with his girlfriend who reminded me of the love-interest out of Spiderman. He was quite forward, too much so for my liking. He seemed likeable enough, but I don’t think he’d really fit in.
- • Clint blew up his mind, and came around for some mind-refreshing brain washing and a general break. He and I went shopping at Woolworths with Bronwen, where we managed to buy four cakes between us, and a focaccia, all drastically reduced. We then sat around talking until the wee hours of the morning.