Tomorrow, I get the hell out of work and Cape Town, and go and spend two days in Hermanus, by myself, doing a whole bunch of nothing.
Must make some Road Tunes for my trip tomorrow. All I have in the car is a scratched Infected Mushroom CD (it skips, but you don't notice).
Protesting the Secrecy Bill at the houses of parliament... http://t.co/mhzPEV5W
The peregrine falcon's name and the word "pilgrim" are both derived from per+ager: "beyond the land" ('ager' is also found in "agriculture")
Amazing how, in this modern age, with so many varied ways to communicate, some obstinate old diehards are still only available via Twitter.
@m_lungu Finding it difficult to visualize "fist-thrusting, crotch-grabbing, middle-finger-extending "USA!"-chanting" with only two arms.
By the way, remember how you felt when you listened to The Wall ten years ago? Turns out, it still works.
@QuizNiteCT The Beach
Surreal: overhearing the owner of this restaurant and his friend at the next table compare the income and waste expenses of their places.
rayleee Do Americans realise that tomorrow is 11/11/11 and not 11/11/11?
Achievement unlocked: opened a bottle of wine with a shoe.
(looks way better, though.) http://t.co/l93SmW1a
It's easier to order it in a restaurant, but by golly nowhere near as satisfying. http://t.co/sAuIQaj0
If you have to put a sign up telling people not to take books from the book donation cart, you may have already lost this particular battle.
More like Iron and WHINE, am I right?
Just got a phone reminder from three-weeks-ago-me. Confused present-day-me really wishes three-weeks-ago-me was better at communication.
@Bardellis coming for dinner tonight - get your gnocchi on!
@YourPresident Eek what?
@adrianmoisey that looks about the same amount of fun.
@QuizNiteCT SI System
*Really* struggling with the extra 's' on this restaurant sign right now. Get it together, Jonathan! They might have meant it to be plural!
@yodelmachine I always thought it was a nod to Herbert Hoover (a la Civilization's "Your leadership inspired them to name a slug after you")
In the USA, they're called "hoovers" after a pioneer in household appliances. Here, they're "vacuums" after the way they DESTROY YOUR EARS.
@rebka_h if my pithy wit is not enough to keep you enthralled, why not try following some others?