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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 29 September 2003 (Day View)
29.09.2003 – Monday 29 September
- • I had a quiet morning sleeping in bed, followed by a quiet later morning online chatting to friends.
- • I entrained for Uni, where I took some pictures of the great court to make into a panorama later. I then had a pizza from the “Schonell Pizza Caffé”, which was quite a good pizza – although I’m a heathen who doesn’t particularly like mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini or artichoke; somewhat dampening my appreciation for what was definitely a fine pizza.
- • After my pizza, I watched Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot” at the Schonell “Cement Box” Theatre. I quite enjoyed it – making this one of the best old movies I’ve seen I think. I generally find them terribly aged and quaint, but this I quite enjoyed, and it’s quite humorous too. It must have been good for it’s time, or perhaps the few movies from that era that I’ve seen have been bad examples.
- • It was surprisingly late when the movie finished, much later than I’d expected, so I hurried to the CityCat terminal and caught a CityCat to Southbank, where I was blessed to find Cold Rock had been kept open late by customers – and I was able to get a caramel supershake before they closed. This gave me enough energy to get to the train station and on home without sleeping through my station.