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07.08.2005Sunday 7 August – Sunday Live

I slept in. This was enjoyable. I eventually caught a train into the city, and a City Cat from South Bank. The amount of people who get on at South Bank, just to get off a minute later at North Quay is ridiculous. I finally arrived at West End, from where I quickly walked to the ABC Centre for a Classic FM Concert and met Raymond. Bronwen managed to turn up, after saying she wouldn’t be able to make it.
Bronwen and I caught the City Cat from West End into the city, then the bus back to her place, where I spent the night trying to figure out what Descartes’ Meditations are without actually reading them, and answering questions such as “Do we know if we are dreaming?”
I spent the night at Bronwen’s.
Comment by io – Thursday 11 August 2005, 8:41 PM
  Lucid dreaming is fun.
Comment by Ned – Friday 12 August 2005, 4:43 PM
  Do I exist?
Comment by Mum – Saturday 13 August 2005, 7:41 PM
   was there a time
   when you were not"
   ...............Bhagavad Gita (1st chapter)

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