Posted by sean on October 1, 2004 at 8:05 pm in Leeds United, Man Flu, Mobile Phones, Movies with No Comments

I haven’t been too well these last 3 days and was off work Thursday and Today. I’m suffering from a cold/flu type virus, typical for this time of year. I was feeling so bad on Thursday that I was bed-ridden for most of the day.

Today, although still feeling bad, I was able to get up and wander around the house. I used the afternoon to watch one of my favourite films that I haven’t seen in years – There’s Something About Mary. Very, very funny film!

I also had a look into a new mobile phone. I’ve been on my current contract for 12 months now, so am entitled to a free upgrade! I’m very keen on the Nokia 6230. It looks great!

Leeds United are in action tomorrow against Cardiff. There is a lot of rivalry between the two teams, especially after the FA Cup incident in 2002. With Cardiff doing so badly at the moment, I’m going (and hoping) for a Leeds win!

My prediction: a 2-1 win to Leeds

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