little-b (buzzylittleb) wrote,
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Today's excitement - if you can call it that - was bbd dubbing some home-movies off vhs. Home movies in which we are never at home, because we had grandma's camcorder on holiday with us. So, hello twelve-year-old me. Also, hello the_dosk, when he still wore colours and had this piping little voice asking for somebody to rescue his scuba diving mickey mouse.

Today's anticlimax - if you can call it that - the shedload of Angel videos from TA, which EQ lugged through central London. I said she should have just given up and dumped them at the nearest charity shop. Maybe harder said than done, because Dover is 60% charity shops and 20% empty rotting shops. (Local press: Dover will not be hit by the recession as we have bugger all already - somebody needs to post that news to Working Lunch, just saying) Hooked up the video to the hdd video and found copy protection. So not made of win.

Talked to EQ and Joe yesterday, which was nifty.

That mermaid cross-stitch kit I was so beaten up about? Bbd ordered it via ebay - another example of his awesome powers of win. Probably shouldn't have mentioned at work as boss gave me a glare that - in retrospect, I'm not good at figuring these things out in real time - it does not consist of necessary spending and I should be saving all the expenses. Bbd phoned me up there and asked if I still wanted it...

Will mention it was from my birthday money and that I was told to spend it on something happy-making.

I normally steer clear of ebay for many and sundry reasons, which can be seen in my comic collection and my action-figure collection. Bbd loves buying strange things on ebay - I-plates, voltage testers, 16 oem antivirus disks - so things didn't quite work out that way and there is a lot of stitching in my near future.

On the brane front, I have been rated as "not so vague" since I cut my tablets
Tags: bbd, cross stitch
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