My last few days have been pretty samey; I've been dividing my time between looking for work and doing everything in my power to avoid looking for work. I'm a procrastinator at heart.
So here's some random photos and words...
Ah, Mr Krona. Not doing so well, are you? I'd like to learn more about how economics works. It's such a weird idea, that money can be worth more or less depending on how many people have it... Come to think of it, it's weird that money is worth anything at all!
Also strange is that this is a one krona coin that was loose in my bag, which got stuck to the magnet on my camera case. I thought money wasn't made of metal that sticks to magnets - none of the other coins I've tried were, anyway.
This is the backstage room at the Louisiana in Bristol. I liked it. Ross said that he had been thinking about taking the exact same photo, but didn't. Who's laughing now?
Probably no one.
Anyway, we've gotten the wireless internet working in our house. It was very high tech, Ross copied the password off the modem and then typed it in. He's quite the IT guy.
Ooh, speaking of which, we saw Richard Ayoade from The IT Crowd and Garth Marenghi's Darkplace. He was at our show in London, but I'm not sure if he saw us play or not.
I don't think anything needs to be said.
I got a letter from Bridget and one from Jade, too! If you think this post is disjointed and weird, you should see the letter I tried to write back to Jade - there's no editing and rewriting in letters, so it's a rambly confusing mess. I hope she likes it.
This next picture is for Bridget, it reminds me of a Redfern party where she made everyone choose which they liked better, prawns or cheese. I was on the side of cheese, as was Bridget (from memory), but Karen chose prawns. Now there can finally be an end to the fighting - together at last, in a tube.
And then after I took this photo, I realised you can buy rækjuostur in the Icelandic bakery. There's probably a long history of prawns and cheese together, that I hadn't even been aware of until now. I'm glad the veil has been lifted.