Hello again iiwiiers
Hey, I forgot to tell you... how could I forget to tell you? Anyway, I just did... I forgot to tell you that the internal speaker on my PDA mysteriously started working again, as mysteriously as it stopped! Good job too, as it's louder than the shitty speaker. I'm busy again tomorrow night and don't know what you'll get. That's not very exciting, is it? Not what you want to hear! What more about the PDA and the shitty speaker? Well, it's not really shitty. Certainly not for a quid. But anyway it's better now the internal one is working again. I've listened to today's new Collings and Herrin podcast already. But not on the speaker, on the headphones. There's no pleasing some people, is there? But I learned a lot about Shepton Mallet. Well, a bit.
I just went out to the shop, despite fears that it would interrupt the natural flow of the mystical trance-like state that is iiwiiing, and to an extent I was justified in those fears, although 'fears' is too strong a word to use, as would be 'concerns' - a feeling? Too wooly. Suspicion? That will have to do for now, although it's still probably too strong. If I get too hung up on strength then I have to go for 'inkling', which wouldn't do at all. Or hunch, which is just as bad but sneakier. Sure, it doesn't sound as stupid. But let's face it. It is.
Anyway, the light was lovely out there, nothing spectacular but I felt glad to be alive to be seeing it. I'm semi-easily pleased with light. I don't need fancy pants lauded light. But I'm jaded enough that standard daylight doesn't always do it for me. I saw a van, a green van, a dark green van that bore the faint trace of letters now removed, letters that read, in everyday san serif capitals, 'specialists in stainless steel'. What grief must have been perpetrated on the person of the driver, before he got around to removing them to put an and to the whole business. Kids flagging him down, hey mister, can I have some stainless steel please, and a panda cola, cops flagging him down in a different way, the kids weren't driving cars, can you follow us please, we have a tricky case that requires stainless steel expertise, and probably a third thing, as these things tend to come in threes. Then as I approached the door of the flats lights flickered to life in the hall, as if they knew I was coming, as if the flats themselves are in a state of hibernation when I'm not here. I don't really think that, that solipsistic thing, I don't believe the world revolves around me, although obviously it should.
All that and no news! Ah well, more likely that you'll get something tomorrow that way, perhaps, perhaps not. I've only just started looking at the news, I'd like this to be a bit longer, but I think it would be odd to just stick a news in at the end, it would be better to carry on with the non-news to the end, but I won't be entirely happy with just waffling this out until I find the quantity acceptable. But I'm happy enough with what there was earlier, and it's not like there's never anything disappointing in this. Sometimes the news stuff is a load of crap too. Heck, this will do, I've done a lot worse.
Oh, I forgot something! I got too many cheap cakey things earlier. 2x6 crispies cakes things, 10p each and 2x2 mallows, 10p each. I could have got more for the same price, but I didn't.
that's all from me for now
see you tomorrow
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