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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Regardless of the time of day my flight lands, as soon as I get home I will go to bed (having set the alarm to get up the following morning). I don't even bother to unpack - that can wait until the next day.
    Sounds feasible Barry but having arrived home at 7am I doubt very much if I'd have slept for 24 hours!

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    Perhaps not insomnia as such, but another early morning wakeup - 6 am. I'll play around here for a while, then go back for a snooze.
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    Another day - just going back to bed now after a couple of hours up as couldn't get back to sleep.
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    woke up 0630 busting for a slash. No point going back to bed. I've had 7 hours that'll do. Might get some things done before it gets stupid hot. Then again I might not.
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    Not so hot here - really boring and will probably get muggy and rain. Didn't feel the need to stay up in the middle of the night this morning. Not sure why I felt that way the last couple of nights - perhaps it was the curries we had for dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave2010 View Post
    Not so hot here - really boring and will probably get muggy and rain. Didn't feel the need to stay up in the middle of the night this morning. Not sure why I felt that way the last couple of nights - perhaps it was the curries we had for dinner.


    Perhaps a little part of you was excited about having the leftovers for breakfast Mind works in mysterious ways
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave2010 View Post
    Not so hot here - really boring and will probably get muggy and rain. Didn't feel the need to stay up in the middle of the night this morning. Not sure why I felt that way the last couple of nights - perhaps it was the curries we had for dinner.
    I've noticed that sometimes I don't sleep so well if I've had a curry. Not always the case though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
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    Perhaps a little part of you was excited about having the leftovers for breakfast Mind works in mysterious ways
    i had leftover kebab for breakfast shame of it...i feel better now
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    In recent months I've taken to having a couple of paracetamols at bedtime to help with my aching bones. I start off with a comfortable sleep, but then the buggers wear off and I do a lot of waking up from about 4am.

    Got up at 6 this morning so decided to do an early visit to the local car boot. Got 4 CDs for 3 quid so not all bad.
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    Speakers: Zu Omen Def. Cables: Atlas Equator interconnects, Atlas Hyper 3.0 speaker cables

    T'other system:
    Echo Dot, Amptastic Mini One,Celestion 5's, BK XLS-200 DF

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  10. #2530
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    In recent months I've taken to having a couple of paracetamols at bedtime to help with my aching bones. I start off with a comfortable sleep, but then the buggers wear off and I do a lot of waking up from about 4am.

    Got up at 6 this morning so decided to do an early visit to the local car boot. Got 4 CDs for 3 quid so not all bad.
    What did you get?

    My bladder wakes me up after about six hours. Can usually go back to sleep though, whether I actually get up and go for a slash or not. Opted not to get up for it his morning. When I did get up it was like that 'evacuation' scene from 'Austin Powers', I must have been pissing for two minutes straight.

    Was up at 0700 this morning although alarm is not set at weekends, that's what time it is set to go off in the week. My brain is trained I suppose.

    Seemed to all change once I got into my forties. Before that, waking up at midday on a weekend was not unusual and it was never earlier than 0930. I can't remember how long it has been since I woke up that late now.
    Current Lash Up:

    *Audiolab 6000CDT* Soncoz SGD-1 * Nelson Pass DCB1 * Krell KSA50s * JM Lab Electra 926 *

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