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Updated: 01/23/06

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by Neal Stephenson



Monday, 23 January, 2006


I received a lovely present in the mail today - a cork from Chip! Well, at least that was the idea, but it appears that the postal service had other ideas. The envelope arrived with one end ripped open. The letter was still there, so thank you anyway and good luck with that case of Sancerre!

[Only 8,386 more needed for our wine cellar wall.]

Work, work, work. Pack, pack, pack. I leave for Bermuda tomorrow for three days - back on Thursday evening. I predict unpacking, laundry and repacking since I head to London on Saturday.

As it turned out, Gary was not on call tonight, which was good, so we stopped at the dive shop to get some gear serviced and went to Imperial Inn for Chinese food, then had a quiet evening at home. Actually, it consisted of all three of us conking out on the couch at about 9:00.

[Not quite the jet-setter lifestyle.]

Quote du jour:

"I feel about airplanes the way I feel about diets. It seems to me that they are wonderful things for other people to go on."

Jean Kerr (1923 - ____) US humorist, author, playwright

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