Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Time ran out a long time ago

Listening to: Hungry Heart - Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits

My formal/work watch Posted by Hello I find it a bit sad, just thinking about how a friend is about to end a relationship with her boyfriend because time has run out for him to make some sort of commitment that matters to her. She's thirty three and in the first coupla years of panic. He'll turn thirty four this year and has some grand delusion about his own life and how it will turn out. Well, if the break-up does go ahead, it will be a very sad life, whether or not he realises what he has lost. And I'm not saying this just 'cos she's a friend of mine. Stupid, stupid man.
Fullerton Hotel Posted by Hello If you haven't already noticed, I have a new digital camera. Brand spanking new Canon Ixus 500!
East Coast Food Village By The Sea Side Posted by Hello So, I've been carrying this new toy in my pocket. And after a particularly difficult day at work, I met up with the boys at the East Coast Food Village for beer and satay.
beer and satay at east coast Posted by Hello Life ain't that bad sometimes.


Blogger Little Miss Drinkalot said...

Cool! I didn't know you could take black and white photos with digital cameras! Or is it just my screen koyak?

6/08/2004 09:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

arrgghh... always wanted that camera and always wanted to put it in my pocket wherever i go! shucks, couldn't afford it... yet...

*got your site from rbj


6/08/2004 01:36:00 PM  
Blogger Mr Miyagi said...

Yes, you can take black and white pictures with a digital camera, just like a film camera, and you don't even have to buy black and white film.

FYI, DG, the IXUS500 is on offer at $699 at Harvey Norman's and I think maybe Best Denki's. You have HN and BD in your neck of the woods?

6/09/2004 03:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry man... lost u there... wat on earth's HN & BD and wat's the neck of my woods?!

6/09/2004 06:51:00 PM  
Blogger Mr Miyagi said...

Harvey Norman and Best Denki. And your neck of the woods is your area. The etymology of this Americanism can be found in Bill Bryson's 'Made in America', because I can't remember off hand how it came to mean 'your area'.

6/09/2004 08:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i've been enlightened :)


6/10/2004 10:14:00 PM  

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