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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 23 July 2007 (Day View)
23.07.2007 – Monday 23 July – Milk Crate MKII
- • Working, seven to three, in the fishbowl—and quite busy I am.
- • I caught the bus home from work, helped Krish with some rental application things, drove to Maz’s, drove to Indooroopilly, and argued with the manager of JB Hi-Fi there. He said I couldn’t return my faulty MP3 player without a receipt, even though I had all the details from the receipt—which is currently in Sydney with Bronwen—and that they wouldn’t swap it, and would instead send it back for repair. After some heated disagreeing, he agreed that I could swap it within fourteen days, with a faxed copy of the receipt.
- • Maz and I dropped past Kieran’s, and then on to Rosalie for our regular curry, parking at Maz’s old place, just like old times. We then spent several hours making Maz’s Milk Crate MKII, which has so far turned out very nicely.
- • Staying up this late, when I have to get up in less than four hours, was not a good idea.