Monthly Archives: February 2004

Starting with a sound track.

My friend Adam, a DJ from back in the day, sent me a mixed CD a month ago. I have finally figured out that I do indeed have sound on my computer and have started listening to music in my … Continue reading

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Colorado Governor Names Attorney General as Special Prosecutor in Football Sex Case

Colorado’s governor has appointed the state’s attorney general as a special prosecutor to investigate allegations of sexual assault and recruiting violations that are swirling around the University of Colorado’s football program. Gov. Bill Owens also announced that he would appoint … Continue reading

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Two weeks left in this apartment, three in London.

People keep saying, but what are you going to miss in London? What can’t you get at home that you can get here? I can’t believe you are actually going this time, are you looking forward to going home? Other … Continue reading

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Brighton Beach Memoirs.

Today I went to Brighton and have added the English Channel to my all time bodies of water list. I didn’t really have one, but do now. Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Irish Sea, English Channel and the … Continue reading

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The Pillowman

First of all, before you leave the house look at the ticket. What time does the show start? 2:30 or 3:00 and get there on time. Do not look at the ticket for the first time at 2:29 while you … Continue reading

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Royal Festival Hall

On Saturday afternoon, before attending my third and final play for the weekend, Helena and I went to the Royal Festival Hall. A friend of hers was performing with his Ceilidhs band called License to Ceilidh (pronounced Kaylee.) The Royal … Continue reading

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Play Number Two. Democracy.

I suppose if I knew anything about the play going into the National Theatre it would have helped. And having arrived, if maybe I’d read the synopsis. Failing that, if I’d taken a modern European History course and known anything … Continue reading

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