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put on bread
sort out pills
sort out bag
plan for GP down to 2 bad days' codeine, 4 diazepam; need top-ups of citalopram, amitriptyline, mef; buscopan + paracetamol fine
e-mail counsellor
deal with spr0t req
brush hair

travel insurance rendered irrelevant
airmiles - progress -- have established I need to phone AirCanada... 1st July: moved to latest todo/tada
track down some US adapters
post package #1
top up and post package #2

VP list
hassle npower
work out how to listen to R4
- ask people for recs for R4 programmes least likely to make me want to throw things at walls because politics (... I'm going to end up using the fuckin' shipping forecast as desensitisation therapy aren't I)
apparently, thank you all ;) xx
install Skype on desktop box
get That Thing usefully into places where it can music the music
fill prescriptions dropped scrips off, need to collect tomorrow
donate to the gofundme
put the ebooks on the ereader
set up scanning
set up manual double-sided printing -- 1st July: moved both to latest todo/tada

sign up to TPS
talk to mummy

set up DVD-playing

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Date: 2014-06-09 01:01 am (UTC)
quirkytizzy: (Default)
From: [personal profile] quirkytizzy
Holy shit, that reminds me I'll have to stock up before my vacation later this month, too. Thank you for writing this or else I don't think it would have occurred to me!

Also you've had a super productive day so far!

You have such long and gorgeous hair - is it hard to brush though because it's so long?

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Date: 2014-06-09 01:12 am (UTC)
quirkytizzy: (Default)
From: [personal profile] quirkytizzy

If you don't mind it, I'm going to have to steal that line "proper mad." I like that. It explains the most florid of my manias perfectly. And I can see where things that were once habits fall away and it can take a long time for it to get back to normal. There are some days where I have to consciously think about things like brushing my teeth or washing my face or else I'll sincerely just forget to do them. Brains are stupid sometimes.

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Date: 2014-06-09 03:58 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] hollymath
I first got hooked on In Our Time by listening to it to feed my R4 addiction on a plane to America; I can recommend that for not inducing rage, because it's usually about something specific that's not going on right now.

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Date: 2014-06-09 09:01 am (UTC)
rmc28: Rachel smiling against background of trees, with newly-cut short hair (Default)
From: [personal profile] rmc28
I second this recommendation. Other factors I like about In Our Time are:
* Melvyn Bragg is quite good at giving each of his three academics a turn to speak, and keeping the discussion on a track that means all the things he wanted to cover get covered
* there's very little shouting-over-each-other
* (at least since I started counting) there's always at least one female academic, sometimes two, and on one rare occasion there were three, I think it was about folk tales
* the topics are usually things about which I know very little, but addressed accessibly enough that I feel I've learned something each time

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Date: 2014-06-09 05:47 pm (UTC)
hollymath: (Default)
From: [personal profile] hollymath
Yes! All of this.

Except I've gone through a fair chunk of the back catalogue and have found a few episodes where all three are women (and not just for "fluffy" "humanities" subjects either, I definitely remember at least one sciencey one because sadly it was notably exciting to hear women talking about science without a big deal being made of them being women). I have also occasionally heard three men, too, but rarely enough that again it's stuck out as noticeably unusual to me.

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Date: 2014-06-09 09:40 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] semanticsgirl
A History Of The World In A Hundred Objects is also reasonably safe.

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Date: 2014-06-09 10:01 am (UTC)
sebastienne: A lego version of the Indelicates' American Demo album cover (lego indelicates)
From: [personal profile] sebastienne
Yeah, probably you're going to want to avoid R4 comedy to begin with.. even with the News Quiz (presented by a queer immigrant woman, often has several other women as guests), generally right-on and the only R4 comedy I listen to these days, I can still sometimes wince a bit at some of the jokes. (And don't confuse that with the Now Show, which is just awful and should be avoided at all costs.)


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