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Wednesday, August 18, 2004  
don't stop at the first hundred

no really, don't


8/18/2004 11:18:00 pm


Blogger Ian - 8:41 pm

First hundred of anything, or are you being specific?

Blogger Nick - 10:32 pm

First hundred of anything. I refer back to the post about cricket a week or so ago, and also to Embrace;s new album, and my friend's recent marriage and impending divore (not the guy in the picture, btw), and any other hurdle that one makes and makes well, any boundary one breaches, any achievement one makes, NEVER ASSUME THAT IT IS ENOUGH, that it is the last bridge, the finishing line, because it is not, in all probability. The hardest runs are those straight after the first century, i.e. if you achieve a victory, do not satisfy yourself with consolidating - advance, move onwards, seize on the momentum.

Anonymous Anonymous - 10:40 pm

Avanti! Mary xx

Anonymous Anonymous - 8:32 am

This does not include plastic surgery though.

Anonymous Anonymous - 8:32 am

This does not include plastic surgery though.

Blogger Nick - 8:51 am

Emma is that you?

Anonymous Anonymous - 1:54 pm



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