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'Duty-free hooch,' said Morris Zapp, taking a half-bottle of scotch from his .. pocket. - A Most Illuminating Tale
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 4.16 pm, Wednesday 1st April, 2009
Subject: 'Duty-free hooch,' said Morris Zapp, taking a half-bottle of scotch from his .. pocket.
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Yesterday at work was mostly spent ripping the recording of Curisosity Cabaret. I really don't sound good, but there's some good stuff on there. Slept through lunch in the staff room. Things are quite quiet here at the moment. In the evening to the Prince Charles to see a scratchy print of Labyrinth. Cheered and danced in my seat.

Album of the day was Ruarri Joseph - Tales of Grime and Grit. It's obviously not a good time for me to listen to lyric based rock/pop/folk. Mostly this slid off me. When I caught it, it was engaging and touching, but mostly I missed it.

Ruarri Joseph - Tales of Grime and Grit

Play of the day was Woody Allen - Death. A surrealist, absurdist nightmare about a man called from his bed to join a mysterious group of vigilantes in hunting a homicidal maniac. Dark and interesting and a little scary, but I'm not sure about good.
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Isabelle
User: diamond_geyser
Date: 12.05 pm, Thursday 2nd April, 2009 (UTC)
Subject: Can one huff without moors to head to?
THERE WAS LABYRINTH AND YOU SAID NOTHING?
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