Trust the Japanese to come up with this…
I’m a day late, but I’m going to persevere and post anyway.
Every two weeks I get up very early and toddle off down to Moulton College to spend a day doing paperwork to support my Apprenticeship. Last Wednesday I would have been at College, but they are closed for the Easter Holidays. Instead I got to take a day off work and spend it sat in the Dining Room doing Evidence Sheets. I managed to do all of the Job Sheets that I had pending and even got some Photo Evidence Sheets sorted, so all in all it was a very productive day. My time here at the Farm ends when my course is completed. – so it’s in my interest to get this paperwork done and out of the way PDQ.
Of course the morning was filled the wonders of feeding the Sheep.
At 8.00pm I made my way down to the Merry Monk pub in Oakham where I run a Rock Night every second Wednesday. So far turn out has been pretty poor, but tonight was a real success!
I had sorted a great playlist beforehand and it paid dividends since there were people on the dance floor and people bought me drinks. I wrapped it up early at midnight since the booze had been flowing a little too freely and the punters were getting a little raucous.
We fed the beasties
We met up with James afterwards and headed down to Wardley to continue hedging.
A rather uneventful day had to be honest.
A very pretty moonscape to wrap up the evening with and then Joe made Spaghetti and Meatballs for dinner. Delicious.
When I was growing up I was greatly influenced by the Cartoons that were on television, much like most of the digital generation were/are.
However the television that I enjoyed was far superior in conten, subject and delivery than any of the c**p that is on television today.
The reason for this moan? I just remembered a particular favourite of mine – the Animaniacs.
I have struggled all week to find an image that says ‘curious’. I have looked high and low, under chairs and under tables, tried to find the key, to fifty million fables, they call me the Seeker (whoops, too much listening to The Who)
I have chosen this image because of the curiousness that the image invokes as to what the hell you are being taken to. It was taken by me in Dehra Dun, North India in early 2009.
I don’t know if you are the same, but when I come across a web comic whilst browsing the Internet – I feel compelled to go back to the very beginning and read them all. Now in the case of Louis vs. Rick (my last post) that isn’t too difficult since there’s only 13 comics made.
Last year I came across Calvin and Hobbes (I’d never heard of them before. Yeah, yeah – I know, how’d I miss that?!) and that was a very long weekend of reading. Oh, and don’t even get me started on Dilbert.
Whilst considering this neurosis of mine earlier today, I remembered a comic that I haven’t been following for quite a while now – so I went in to the Archives to find where I was last and I suddenly remembered a fantastic post from a few years ago.
Have a little read and I hope you’ll agree with me.
So far, so good – continue reading for some more questionable rhyming.
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