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my dentist is a fan of science!

My lovely dentist has banished all the lifestyle mags and replaced them with his favourite issues of New Scientist! We had a short discussion about weird planets before he inspected my teeth and gave me some advice about reducing jawstrain. My bite was where it belonged, so all is good. He recommends rest, warmth, gentle exercise and ibuprofen. I can live with that.

Looks like the more tender of the greenhouse plants may not be as lucky, though. It's definitely comparatively sheltered in there, but still bastard cold. I'm wondering how best to approach sorting out the it's-still-below-freezing issue, but may have to settle for the classic "not having any time to do anything about it" solution.

I'm also in a bit of a quandary about new year's. The last couple I've spent at the Zodiac's NYE party, but I'm not sure how keen I am on that now since the Carling refit of Doom.

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concourse
14th Dec, 2007 08:34 (UTC)
NYE
Bear in mind we're planning to be really really good.. well, there are a lot of us in the band for the night (10+, should be), and I'm sure we'll all be quite good individually, so I'm going on averages.
cleanskies
14th Dec, 2007 10:36 (UTC)
granted but --
It's not a problem for the people playing, but those of us in the audience have to drink literally nothing that we want to, at £3.50 a bottle. Did I mention that their gin and tonic tastes like floorwater? It does.
concourse
14th Dec, 2007 10:58 (UTC)
Ah - you have got me there. :(
a_llusive
14th Dec, 2007 16:21 (UTC)
Ooh - which dentist?
I'd like to change and have someone trustworthy for any private stuff.
cleanskies
15th Dec, 2007 00:14 (UTC)
Re: Ooh - which dentist?
The Dental Clinic, which is upstairs in Optical Express (I think?) on Queen Street. They have a few people on the books but everyone I've had there -- even the incredibly strict Dental Surgeon -- has been excellent.
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