Thunderbirds Are Go!

Okay slight exaggeration but if ‘they’ could make up their confounded minds on the name of my car I wouldn’t be in this predicament. It’s the “Yellow Brick” when I’m with Neil, the “Flying Banana” with the Parents, on Episode III night it was the “Millennium Canary” so Tomorrow Matthew its going to be a Thunderbird, most likely Thunderbird 4 since its yellow with large red lights on the back that look similar to 4’s the thrusters, however mine doesn’t have the ability to go underwater…yet…

Go! Go where? Well I’ll be making my way to Brum land (Birmingham) in about 10 hours firstly to pop into their Student Union and have a chat with their Newspaper Editor, which believe they call it the Red Brick and its an award winning read so I hope to learn a little something.

Then I’m visiting my old pal Div at his University Digs, should be good he’s famous for his flamboyant antics although having read his blog last night it seems things have quietened down so hopefully I won’t be disappointed.

And as a round-up to the weekend there is The Chocolate SSAGO Rally. I will be arriving at a reasonable hour this time, not stupid 3am like the last one. I’m fully looking forward to going since I’m running for Publicity Officer and the vote this Sunday will determine if I get the orifice.

So toodles for now and I’ll write when I get back.

Long Night

So Saturday had to be one of the most productive days I’ve had for quite some time, so much so that 8 hours passed between meals, as positive reinforcement to this good work I decided to pop down Tescos to pick up some treats. So I thought lets see if anyone else is awake and ask the housemates if they want anything.

So Katie appears to be ill huh? To the hospital you say? To the Millenium Canary! So after a rather impressively short wait of 15 minutes for an examination it turns disastrous with a culmination of 4 hours for treatment.

Whilst it might seem like a long-time it’s not that bad in the grand scheme of things, sure the NHS has its problems but it served it purpose tonight. As the computer with a IQ of 6000 on-board the small rouge one says Appreciate what you’ve got, because basically, I’m fantastic.