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December 10, 2003

Christmas Cheer

As you may know, my reserves of optimism are almost limitless. No matter how grim the position I'll find a way to see things through.

Even I run out sometimes.

Posting will resume when I'm less miserable and can be witty about crap things happening again.

(Losing myself in PHP and Debussy in the meantime)

Posted by Tom Dolan at December 10, 2003 04:37 PM

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*big ol' hug*

(though how one can lose oneself in that pile o' shite PHP is beyond me...)

-- Yoz, semi-sympathetic Perl fan

Posted by: Yoz at December 10, 2003 07:08 PM

Er, well, I can't vouch for the restorative powers of PHP (I thought it was a drug until somebody told me otherwise), but I do know a little about Debussy. It's a wise choice.

Hope things improve soon; thoughtful vibes and all that stuff that I'm crap at saying.

(and can't believe I said 'vibes' either)

Posted by: Vaughan at December 10, 2003 11:40 PM

Hang in there Tom - all this is just so as you feel even better when things improve - you can't have hills without valleys etc.

Posted by: Euan at December 11, 2003 10:35 AM

I've always been able to cheer myself up by shooting computer game nazis. I stormed the Reichstag last night with a bunch of Russains and felt like a hero. We put the red flag on the roof as the last few gerry-germans coughed up blood and then croaked. They had the 1812 Ovature as the soundtrack. It was glorious.

I bet this doesn't help. Sorry.

Posted by: Tim at December 12, 2003 05:55 PM

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