For some strange reason, Epiphany thought my printer was filled with A4 paper. I'm not even sure where I would [find] A4 paper around here.
Ha! Now you know what it's like to live in Europe, where computers and printers continually revert back to Letter paper, and the sight of PC LOAD LETTER is enough to bring someone's blood to the boil. Continually seeing Unites States at the top of a list and having to scroll to the bottom to find United Kingdom. Pressing United Kingdom in an install routine (*cough* Red Hat *cough*) and then wondering why British is not the default keyboard layout. Argh!
I'm sorry, Rosanna appears to have hit a nerve...
The last few days have been quite fun. On Thursday I worked from home as we had to go to the Registar Office and plan the wedding ceremony, deciding what we are going to say, picking music and so on.
Saturday Vicky was away having a hair consultation so I went down to London to pick up my suit, freshly fitted (I wish my school trousers were as comfortable as these ones are!) and met Caroline for lunch. Had a good afternoon with her, walking around London and stuffing ourselves with toasted ciabattas. On the way back home I started to watch Bubba Ho-Tep, which is hilarious. That night with a Chinese we watched Identity which was good, better than I expected. Shame we had to take it back really, I'd like to watch it again.
On Sunday our new TV finally turned up -- which is very cool. I won't bore everyone with pictures of it, it's a Sony widescreen and looks exactly the same as all other Sony widescreens. After a minor panic -- our old stand is a great size and holds the VCR, DVD, CD and amplifier but the new one is "trendy" so only old two items so argh where to put everything -- we're getting there. Amusingly the box it came in has cartoons showing how to hold it (it's not light and very front-heavy), but the staples had left marks which look just like perspiration, accurately portraying us trying to get the damn thing on the stand... We "tested" it by watching High Fidelity, which is still a great film. Possibly one of my Top 5 All Time Music Related Films...
NP: Lamb, by Lamb. Still need better headphones with more bass.