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Old 06-04-2008, 02:52 AM   #571
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So, I have a new favourite train. Victoria's VLocity diesel multiple units currently are two carriages, but a number of them are having a third carriage added to the middle. One VLocity getting a middle carriage is VL37. Its current carriages are numbered 1137 and 1237. The middle carriage will be, yep, 1337.

It's already been nicknamed the Nerdlander over on Railpage, after the no-longer-operational Gippslander and Vinelander passenger services.
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Ah yeah, same with me. I'm bad with writing down notes, but fortunately it's not the most essential thing to do in an Art History class (where you're not expected to know how to write). Good to hear the rest of the day went well for you, and hope the shots turned out well.

My day was pretty good. I slept in, because I was up last night writing my Goya speech which I was meant to do this morning, but in the end there was no time for it anyway! I was half put out about that, since I was psyched into doing it. Oh well.
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Ah yeah, same with me. I'm bad with writing down notes, but fortunately it's not the most essential thing to do in an Art History class (where you're not expected to know how to write). Good to hear the rest of the day went well for you, and hope the shots turned out well.

My day was pretty good. I slept in, because I was up last night writing my Goya speech which I was meant to do this morning, but in the end there was no time for it anyway! I was half put out about that, since I was psyched into doing it. Oh well.
I normally don't need to worry as I can bring all the books I need home, and I use online journals a shitload. But most RHSV stuff I can't take home or find at the uni library, which leaves me in a position where I either photocopy or take notes. Ah well, at least it uses up the hours I'm required to put in.

Bah, I hate it when that happens. Though when you think what you've got is a load of shit, it can be a godsend.

And my photos have just copied to the computer, so here comes the moment of truth ...
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So, I have a new favourite train. Victoria's VLocity diesel multiple units currently are two carriages, but a number of them are having a third carriage added to the middle. One VLocity getting a middle carriage is VL37. Its current carriages are numbered 1137 and 1237. The middle carriage will be, yep, 1337.

It's already been nicknamed the Nerdlander over on Railpage, after the no-longer-operational Gippslander and Vinelander passenger services.
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Pretty good, thanks! Yourself?
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And my photos have just copied to the computer, so here comes the moment of truth ...
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Pretty good, thanks! Yourself?
Eventful. But I won't bore you with the details.....
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Heh, it's cool. He was the most famous of the Neoclassical artists in France. He was a good friend of Napoleon's, painted that very famous one of him riding his horse across the Alps. And he did the Death of Marat, which is one of the best paintings ever. One of my favourite artists, if not my very favourite.
Oooh, I recognise those. My knowledge of artists sucks.
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Eventful. But I won't bore you with the details.....
Oh, I see. Feel free to rant if you think it'll make you feel better.
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Ah, don't worry - you wouldn't believe how little knowledge a lot of art students I go to Tafe with have of artists.
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Oh, I see. Feel free to rant if you think it'll make you feel better.

Nah, I'm just having more heart problems. Had a really bad day with it today and am back on my meds.
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Well, looks like a series of about forty went to complete shit. I was going along fine, then suddenly everything goes blurry. I can't figure out why. What a pain. I then crossed to the other side of the bridge, and suddenly, crisp and clear again! Glad I decided to cross the bridge, as visibility was better looking south than north.
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