Hello again iiwiiers
I've got three convenientest places I can go for a coffee and wireless to read the news for you now. But they all have their pros and cons. Often involving a slightly dodgy connection, or slightly dodgy coffee, or slightly dodgy hairstyles. The latter I am quite happy tolerate, as not everyone is as stylish as me and some of them don't mind which is fine, it's not important to be stylish, something most so-called stylish people won't admit, if they ever know it. I had a problem with my connection today but my coffee was nearly done so I just finished up before I would have. But I had already read quite a bit. There were two main items that caught my attention today, ladies and gentlemen. Firstly I was pleasantly astonished to read that Sarko is going to get rid of some of his nukes, so maybe he's not a total prick after all. I was suprised on seeing a picture of him because for some reason whenever I think of him I always picture Silvio Berlusconi. The other great story was that David Cameron went through red lights and down a one-way street the wrong way, captured on video by a journalist. He's very sorry, apparently. So that's alright then. "I know it is important to obey traffic laws – but I have obviously made mistakes on this occasion and I am sorry." Obviously. It's snowing, and it looks like it's sticking, on the cars anyway, not really sticking on most of the ground. I'm happy with it not sticking. I like the way it looks when it's falling, that's all. That's enough from me just now, you should get something better tomorrow, perhaps an adventure of some kinds, perhaps not, who knows? Stay tuned to find out. That's a pretty good piece of general advice too.
See you around
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