Late for work again, but this time because a bloke came round to give the heating and cooker their yearly going-over. No problems, again, and he also told me what the output of the fire in the livingroom is (6.9kw) so I can compare it with whatever the threshold is for needing extra ventilation in that room. Not that I ever use it, of course.

Tomorrow, of course, is :-

punk - industrial - alternative - goth
sat 4th december : 9pm - 3am : £2 entry
non students welcome - bring ID

more info at...

So I expect you all to either be in the Park Room, or have a good excuse (nails to paint, planks to watch warp, that sort of thing) instead. If you have any requests, feel free to submit them here and I'll laughlisten attentively.
Do you do notable toast? I'll have you know that the toast up here is highly regarded, so if you want to impress you'd better hope that your is up to snuff. I have a wonderful recipe for Irish Toast somewhere . . .
My toast is not notable, but I'd like an excuse to use the mini blow-torch/soldering iron, which was given to me for the specific purpoes of cooking steak and addressing toast; I have cooked steak with it, but never got round to addressing any toast.

What is Irish toast?
Re: I'm sure I'm going to regret this, but...
OK. I'll post the recipe for Irish Toast over the weekend. It's from Eat, Drink and be Kinky, a collection of recipes collected by Mike McGovern for devotees of the work of Mr "Kinky" Friedman, a country musician, detective and novelist.