… for everyone else it was a normal Tuesday, unless it wasn’t normal, in which case it was a not-normal Tuesday. However, what may be a normal Tuesday for Phill may not be a normal Tuesday for other people. In fact, a not-normal Tuesday is probably a normal Tuesday for Phill, given that ‘not-normalness’ is a way of life. So those people who Phill came into contact with may or may not have experience sensations of not-normality in their normal Tuesdays, which becamse not normal because of the not normalness. Take Nic (apologies if I don’t spell it properly), Philippa’s friend, for example.
This morning me, Alex, Philippa and Nic went down to Mondo for a Mondo brunch. It was rather nice, I had a bacon bagel and a latte. By the end of the hour I think Nic was getting pretty scared by me and Alex’s antics. We were being fairly normal for us… ah well. C’est la vie.
After breakfast, I headed off to a computer lab to do some work for a bit… went to my lecture at 1:00 (fantastically exciting Computer Vision lecture), went to SX Express with Alex and Chris and had a hot chocolate and chatted for a bit, and then back to the computer lab to do some more work. Then I met up with Philippa for half an hour in Top Bar, then met with Alex and went to Top Bar for a bit then came to a computer lab to update my blog.
This evening is CU. Andy Saville is speaking, the assistant minister from Fordham. That should be ‘interesting’ given the amount of controversy Mike Neville has caused when he’s spoken at CU and the house party before. I don’t really know what all the fuss is about, but there you go.
I thought of an interesting slogan for my Computer Vision course. It could be: “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” (from the book of Proverbs in the Bible). That’d be cool 🙂
Right then. I think it’s about time to wrap this up and go to Sizzlers. I might give eating there a miss tonight, seeing as I’ve been eating way too much on campus the past few weeks… I’ll just have something to eat when I get back. I haven’t had anything since breakfast (which could be why I’m feeling a bit hungry right now) but I think I’ve been eating a bit much over the past few weeks so going without isn’t going to do me any harm for a little while.
Ok, I will finish now. No… now. No… now. No… now.
You hang up first!
No, you hang up first!
No, you hang up first…
Oh dear, the fun we have. Or don’t have, as is more likely the case. So it’s goodbye from me, and it’s goodbye from Luthor and Ferdinand, the two-inch-tall space aliens who live under my desk and give me all my ideas in exchange for my permission to eat the dust bunnies they find there.