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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 23 October 2006 (Day View)
23.10.2006 – Monday 23 October – The Light Bulb
- • Our particularly bright, and rather expensive, light bulb ceased to light. This caused great consternation, so—risking life and limb—I managed to climb onto a milk crate, wedged on top of two chairs, and remove the light bulb. As it is a rather expensive light bulb, I tried it in a lamp stand, and found that it worked. Being worth more than my life and limbs, I again risked them, to put the light bulb back, now working. So now we know how many of me it takes to change a light bulb.
- • Went to town, looked at cameras. Then went to work.