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Year: 2008

Photograph of a Swiss Navy Knife

Swiss Navy Knife – Yesterday I was unable to enter a building because I was carrying this knife.

The last lap (part two) – Ginger, Katie and Lanie were at the airport to meet me when I arrived at Springfield. One-minute read

The last lap (Part One) – It is nine fifty-five pm in the UK and three fifty-five pm in Dallas. I got up at four am this morning to travel to Heathrow with Ian and Robert. Two-minute read, 2 pictures

Still lots to do and a couple I’ll pass on, thank you… This is one of those lists of things you should do / have done. One-minute read

Today was my last day at work. This is what I said to my friends and colleagues.

Missouri Angel – Oh how I chuckled when I found this place, it’s opposite the office block where I worked in 2000, in America Square. The fact that I discovered this bar on the day my American K1 Visa interview was held and approved at the American Embassy is quite auspicious.

Pictures of the Allman Family playing on a games console

Robert’s new flat – After a week’s delay, Friday night saw Robert borrowing my car to finally move out of the family home and into his own flat. one-minute read, 9 pictures

Gary By Nathan – Back in August I was asked if I would mind if one of my nudes was used for a drawing. Two-minute read

US Visa Application Forms (K1) – Today I completed all my visa application forms, made loads of copies, and posted it all off. Now all I’m waiting for is the date for my US Embassy interview. One-minute read

Identity Crisis – My mother’s Christian name is a little different, being a combination of two fairly common names into something a little more unusual. When Ginger was staying I told her the story of my mother’s name, producing my birth certificate with a flourish as proof I had to eat my words when I saw her name wasn’t spelled the way I thought it should be. I had to make an excuse about the story behind her name obviously being a family myth… Two-minute read

A typical example…
…of why everything takes so damned long.

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