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Bob, you do realise you've just invented a new internet phenomenon - the hand-written weblog?ANABLOG???
Bob - bloody hell - are you telling me that the continental market wasn't so continental after all? I bought garlic, plums, cherries and cheese from there on Sunday in a fit of charmed delight. Quelle Horreur! Also - I've too got fed up with air-freighted plastic covered fruit and veg and apart from bananas/oranges/lemons/grapes (!) which I buy fairtrade - I get the rest delivered from an organic supplier that sources veg/fruit from UK. I'll send you the link if you are interested. It's quite nice as you get what's in season - although I have to say I roasted alot of celeriac over the winter months!Re: papercasting - packetrat been papercasting for a long time - see here:www.papercasting.netI used to visit his blog alot. You may like it. xx
Thanks Ro - yes, I had a look and he seems to have packed it in. Hopefully only temporarily. He's right about the way it makes you consider what you're going to write a bit more than when you know you can scrub it all out and start again. Also, as an Eno fan, I like the way you can incorporate the mistakes into the finished article, as it were...My motives were partly selfish - I couldn't be arsed to retype something I wrote on holiday and partly to see if it saved a bit of leccy. Not sure if it's more eco-friendly as my camera goes through the batteries at an alarming rate, but as a slow typist, it may save a few kilo watts over the next decade...Excellent Tim - I may have to go for a re-brand. Just wait till you see the clockwork turntable!!L.U.V. on y'all,Bob
Nice Bob. I've always enjoyed a good Gallic shrug myself.
I'm liking the new look by the way.
I went to Sainsbury's today and bought a cucumber."Agricultured in Essex" it said on the label.Make of that what you will.
Did I say Gallic, D? Sorry - I meant *garlic*, obviously...Ro - you are too kind. I may not be as original as Mr. Padcasting.net, but at least I have a nicer line in Moleskine notebook. Well, and lingerie - if truth be told.Ister. Only you could find a deeply disturbing homosexual innuendo on the shelves of the local super marche.,As Brian Cant once sang: "it;s simply supersonic perambulating round the Supermart..."Whatever happened to Play Away?Ker-ker-ker-ker-ker-ker-ker-ker-ker I-P-S-W-I-C-H!L.U.V. on y'all,Bobster
That was my favourite song when I was about seven."No need to pick up the flour - hur-hur - it's self-raising..."A one-trick pony like Rushdie gets a gong, and Brian Cant is left empty-handed. Again. The world's broken.