Well Don’t Do That Then

After much prodding, LiveJournal has finally introduced tags, a way of categorising entries and of retrieving entries which have a particular tag. I’ve spent an entertaining hour going back through my old entries and tagging them. So, for example, you can see all my posts on religion or all the posts where I mention what I’ve been up to lately (I’ve nicked livredor‘s “quotidian” tag to describe my daily life). Hopefully they’ll do something similar to Flickr and allow you to search other people’s journals for particular tags, or get a feed which displays all posts with a particular tag.

Speaking of what I’ve been up to lately, I had an excellent time at S’s Graduation Dinner the other night (although the name is a misnomer as they’ve not graduated yet). It was at St John’s, who produced some of the best food I’ve had at a Cambridge college. My favourite photo is this one, as the Three Musketeers seem to be enjoying themselves.

Adam Kay and Suman Biswas, medics themselves, have joined to form Amateur Transplants, a beat combo. They are reminiscent of Flanders and Swann or Tom Lehrer, but with gratuitous use of the word “fuck”. You might have heard their seminal London Underground a while back, but it turns out there’s a whole album, entitled Fitness to Practice. Our favourites are Paracetamoxyfrusebendroneomycin and Snippets, for the excellent parodies of Coldplay’s Yellow and Phil Collins’s Against All Odds. Some MP3s are here, but sadly, physical copies of the entire album seem to have sold out. They should charge to download the remaining MP3s or something: it’s for charidee.

S and I want to go on holiday somewhere scenic, not too hot during the summer (anything over the high 20s in Celsius is too hot, in my book), and not monumentally expensive. Any suggestions?

6 Comments on "Well Don’t Do That Then"

  1. Ah, I call quotidian entries “day”.

    At Sidney they call the graduation dinner a B.A. dinner, even though they let postgrads eat too.


    1. Subject: Re: Sumana asks
      Hello Sumana. Not been there. California seems associated with lots of heat in my mind. Is it colder up North?


      1. Subject: Re: Sumana asks
        Indeed it is cooler up north! Check out sfgate.com/weather for a hint. Today was foggy and drizzly and jacketworthy in SF.


  2. Subject: Dr Scribble
    To celebrate my recent becoming-a-doctor I now have a livejournal, mainly so I don’t have to sign myself pw201’s S any more. I have fwended you; will you be my fwend?



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