Tweets on 2008-11-20

  • @thoroughlygood Read the post. Not entirely sure it was what I was expecting 🙂 #
  • @jonxyz Make fondue! #
  • @jonxyz 1 saucepan, 1 hob, 1 glass white wine, cheese, knife? (and blimey, it’s even more stupid o’clcok over there than here! #
  • hmmmm… red wine? beer? little dippy things? #
  • Eek, they’ve redesigned Gmail! And I don’t like it! #
  • @jonxyz it’s got horrid blue boxes all around everything. Ah – *now* there’s a thingy saying I can haz Themes. #
  • Oooh, I can also haz Beach, Pebbles, Tree or Mountains. And some of them are different at different times of day. #
  • @markpack looks like the bandits have been hijacked en route #
  • @willhowells I think that would be too depressing. “Coming up today: more leaflets. Deliverers out. You’ll spend fruitless hours on inte … #
  • @willhowells sounds like the germ of an idea for a lucrative coaching technique 🙂 #
  • UTI kitty’s second vet trip this week. Boisterous enough to scratch me to pieces on way into carrier on 4th attempt. #
  • Subdued kitty hissed and scratched the vet before gratefully returning to his box. #
  • Half expecting to find UTI Kitty come home one evening with Hells Angel earring and “Death to Vets” tattoo. #
  • Inspiring rhetoric in members newsletter marred a little by typos. Between us we can froge a new Liberal Britain. #
  • Word of the day: anticrepuscular. #
  • Wondering how long it will be before @helenduffett says “anticrepuscular” on Radio 5. Or @markpack crowbars it into a blogpost. #
  • So Gmailers… my “beach” theme changes with sun and sundown – which themes change according to weather? #
  • Writing complicated instructions for cat feeder and hoping she can distinguish between UTI Kitty and CHF Kitty. #
  • @markpack I’m afraid I only got the influential and award winning Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences #
  • Exploring alumnus library privileges in a desperate attempt to get at p. 1593 of Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences #
  • Heading off to the Print Cave before I get bogged down in overly detailed articles about noctilucence. #

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