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... so nasty that I only ate half of it, and I've felt gross ever since. Note to self: No more Pembroke BBQs.
Natalie and Pete stopped by the office to work for a bit, so we got to chat and have fun. Every night this week Emma has been asking the students random survey questions and posting their responses on the OxTrad blog, so Pete helped us think of random questions for tonight. I also shared what I've finished so far of the a ...
... Lauren, Kate, Emma, Tom, and Joe the new PA. We watched the match for a bit and I finally got a chance to check my email while Larry tried to read it over my shoulder and pinch Natalie with the claw toy. But inevitably the conversations all turned to work, even with the game on. Apparently there were some questions at dinner as to whether or not our current office and staff lounge should remain our office and staff lounge or if they would ...
... social organisations. The mix is sliced by geography (who is working in the same region?) and by sector (can all the health-related groups combine to help each other?).
Interestingly, there seems to be lots of cooperation among funders, too. Everyone seems much less concerned with the structure (non-profit, for-profit, hybrid, etc) than they are with the social outcomes. Foundations and philanthropists, investors and lenders mix and match, working past ...
... reason I was at this work shop namely my career choice. The Plant and Monitor are completely happy with being a Philosopher of Physics, a free thinker within academia. But the Shaper wants to achieve some action some concrete goal, in my case good for humanity. The Shaper in me has trouble staying in Academia. I was amazed that the workshop leader guessed the essence of my current struggles so easily.
... barring entry to Benares restaurant. The hired hoodlums replaced by petite yet vertiginously heeled young lovelies to escort us to our table. Atul Kocher - Benares, my new favourite Indian restaurant. Amazing attention to detail and subtle flavourings. And the best pudding I have had for some time. Recommendation to go just for the dessert. We left early doors for T5 and i ...
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Had wonderful showers! Supplied soap, shampoo and towels. The beds were comfortable, but not made for 4 people. Everything was very clean.
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