Posted by sean on October 16, 2008 at 9:31 pm in Work Activities with 1 Comment


I have a very early start tomorrow morning… well, early for me anyway. I am being picked up from outside my flat at the ungodly hour of 7.20am and going to town to do something a little hypocritical – something that I hate people for… I am going to wander the streets of Bath, harassing passers-by for money.

No, the credit crunch hasn’t caused me to become a Big Issue seller – I am doing all this work in the name of charity. Instead of fixing peoples computer problems, tomorrow morning I have volunteered to raise money for the Royal United Hospital.

I may even be forced into dressing up. So far, we have found a blue wig and there is talk of face paint being involved. If any photos are taken, providing they are not humiliating on my part, they will be posted on here.

One Response to Early start

  1. TSP

    October 17, 2008 - 8:17 pm
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    Hey dude, cool blog. I dig the simplicity and ease of navigation.

    I had a quick idea for you that I think you'll like, so please shoot me an e-mail. My address is found in my blogger profile.

    Thanks!

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