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The days they seem to fly past and all of a sudden you're here now, wondering what happened to then.
Only after arriving at work did I notice that I didn't have my wallet with me. Must have left it at home in the rush to get ready in the morning. Before I knew it, it was five o'clock and the backup was still burning to disk, with ten minutes to go. For some reason I didn't feel like just going straight home after work and while waiting, I decided to give Jerry a call to see what he was up to.
Arrived at Jerry's soon after leaving work, we sat around for a bit and watched the first episode of Frontline from the series one DVD he got not long ago. First produced ten years ago on a shoestring budget, by some of the people who now appear on Wednesday night's The Panel, it wasn't too bad, pretty good actually, I thought. Jerry lent me the DVD so I could watch the rest of the episodes.
We called some more people to come around for some pizza, a game of handball downstairs and to play some cards. All in all, an enjoyable evening and thankfully an inexpensive one as well, seeing as without my wallet, cash was a little tight.
Frontline, Series One