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by Gareth (25 September 2004)

As seven dwarves once said (or seven dwarfs if you're American). Well, not so much work, more study. And not so much of that either. Yes, I'm off to university and I'm just finishing my packing after I've written this little logg.


"Here I am, this is me. There’s nowhere else on Earth I’d rather be." No, that’s a lie
Next time you see me, I shall be logging my new existence as a "stoodunt", a tag I have been placing on many internet sites for at least a year now because misspelling things is kool. I have my books for my history course and I'm sorting out what other literature of both electronic and paper varieties. So far I have the draft European Constitution plus a cool bookmark with the words “Ma molten, seepärast valin” written in a number of different languages. I knew Gaz and Baggers Do Strasbourg would turn out to be a boon for stoodunty type stuff. I think I might take some French films too. Yeah, that’d be kool.

I don’t quite know what to expect, so I’m taking precautions. A big jar of coffee, breakfast bars, a portable DVD player and yoghurt. I’ve also got spoons, pans and pens. It’s all here baby. I should probably take some clothes too. I spoke briefly to some South African guy about logging all of this, but it soon became apparent that I didn’t have that much to say that wasn’t either boring or terribly clichéd. I did write something here but I thought another logg of some description would be preferable, and, of course, GGC is the perfect platform for it. So, before I go, I’d just like to point out that The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy which was aired on Tuesday on BBC Radio 4 is now available on the internet for all to enjoy. While you’re there, you might like to listen to Just A Minute which is HILARIOUS. And BBC Radio 2 has a great show called Parson’s and Naylor’s Pull Out Section (it’s on the right hand side bar as we speak (2:11pm GMT, Saturday 25th September)). All good stuff. As I have no TV License, I shall be using the BBC’s radio and internet stations quite a lot. Perhaps you should too. Toodles.