Gufodotto would like you to read these:

Friday, July 28, 2006

splash!!!

half an hour ago I managed to get back home - just. it started to rain. heavily. I mean it. like tropical storm, albeit I've nevcer been to the tropics. anyway, here's the result. I'm stuck home, since one exit of the road is flooded.

(I know, it's sideway, I couldn't be arsed to flip it.)

and the other end is gridlocked by a trafic jam... damn... it's my girlfriend's birthday
today, I did what I could to free up myself, but to no avail. there must be some kind of curse upon me...

5 comments:

PAC said...

That makes me remember a day of September, 4 years ago in Pisa, when i woke up just to find flooded the ground floor of the building and no elctricity too, obviously. A day spent putting the bags filled with sand in front of the door and dragging out the water...

juan said...

As is five long years in Uk hadn't prepared you to days of rain.

Cheers

Gufo said...

they did prepare me, for sure. anyway England sucks, my friend. how's it hanging up there, dude?

juan said...

As you said England sucks
it's actually going ok in terms of weather and temperature (even though it's kind of chill by night).

Molecular modelling really upsets me sometimes (well the f*****CRA anyway).

jon might be dead because we have no news of him as he's on holidays but then who cares...

A BTW now that my housemate (not mario but beppe) made me try pecorino, you'll gonna have to send us plenty mate :-p

Hope you get proper driving skills ;-)

See You

Gufo said...

I'm getting proper driving skills man, ater driving in brussels with all those french-speaking :x people you can bet on that. very sorry for the pecorino affair, I promise I'll send you some from sardinia next time I'm there. but you've got to wait until the end of september...

it's chilly in here too at night. but who cares? jon is enjoying his life somewhere in the US I'm told. who knows, may be he'll get hold up there under terrorism charges if you put up on the group's web page some arab poems... now that would be a funny practical joke!!!