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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Weird weekends and wobbly weather (and probably other things beginning with W)

The Weird Weekend is nearly upon us. Not only is it my ninth, but it is Corinna's fourth, and she is able now not only only to give a daily amusing overview of all the crap that happens each day, but, because she has that wonderful feminine ability to see the wood for the trees (or whatever the expression is), she is giving a much more enlightening overview than I possibly can.

So I refer you all to Corinna's latest blog posting

4 comments:

Nick Redfern said...

mongoose

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hope the WW went well, guys. I've seen some of the photoes! Sorry I wasn't there.

What's all this about these two blokes in Georgia (in the USA not the place with the war going on) who claim to have found Bigfoot? They've got photoes and a body etc. Is it for real this time?

fleury said...

The WW was ace and it was lovely to meet you (and everyone else) hopefully I shall see you soon.
Fleur

Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Glad you all had a good time. Sounds like fun.

(As for the Georgia Bigfoot story, it turns out they were bloody time-wasters!)