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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 24 July 2006 (Day View)
24.07.2006 – Monday 24 July – Early City Cats, Milk & 16 Blocks
- • I missed the train, but fortunately not the City Cat. It’s rather cold early in the morning on a City Cat.
- • I was WUGMon at the east Brisbane data centre, with Trevor.
- • I wasn’t sure if I should go see a movie, so I phoned Clint to see if he was interested, and lay down to think about it. Jalyn was playing strange opera. I had semi-asleep nightmares that unpleasant women were singing to me, and then someone knocked on the door. It was Jalyn’s boyfriend, but I thought it might be Clint, which woke me up with just enough time to ride to Clint’s. We drove to Indooroopilly, and saw “16 Blocks”, which wasn’t too bad.
- • Bronwen and I walked to the supermarket to buy milk, ordinary family milk.