Hello again iiwiiers
The space shuttle spent the day chilling out today, it's going to dock with the ISS at 1725 tomorrow. It's the commander Peggy Whitson's birthday tomorrow, and she said that her present is a new module they're going to install, she's really looking forward to it. I don't think they should let these party animals up there, she'll probably binge and install another one or something. What age is he, you're wondering, being into space? Don't judge me by what I choose to entertain you with, dear reader, I have lots of interests that are not represented here. For instance, I'm interested in clutter as well as space, more so if anything.
I read that the Archbishop of Canterbury has wandered into a minefield! It didn't explain why he's done that, pretty wild, eh? That's made me interested in Jesus now, I might become a Christian. No... wait... it's a trick, isn't it? A publicity stunt! He's doing it to try and get me to think 'hey, wow, so the Church of England is pretty cool, I want a piece of that' - well I'm too smart for that, nice try. And taxpayers' money will have to be used to rescue him, I hope they recoup it and teach him that you can't exploit the emergency services for marketing purposes and get away with it.
Wally Punter was in my Polonium-210 restaurant for the first time in ages yesterday, pulling more of his hormonal crap, I'm amazed at how no matter how bad it gets it always gets worse. Recently I've had some security guys in the restaurant because we'd been having a bit of trouble with drunks, and Wally doesn't seem to like this, he came in with a squad of militia and said he had no choice, it was my fault, I started it by getting the security guys. I've just about had enough, I'm thinking of selling up.
Man, I love coffee. I'm drinking some just now, it's great. I think if I had to choose only to have one type of bean for the rest of my life it would be the coffee bean, although not if I was choosing only one for the planet, I'm not selfish, I would make that terrible sacrifice. If I am to believe what I am told however I'm unlikely to be placed in that position. Here's hoping.
See you around
Pop Song Of The Day: I Ran (A Flock Of Seagulls)
George W. Bush just emailed me to protest about this song and its nuclear programme - I think he's a bit confused.