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27 November 2006 @ 12:05 pm
not dead yet  
slept a little last night and woke up alive this morning, so that's a good thing. Right?

Have managed to get some writing done today as well, as well as bitching at Scottish Gas for threatening to disconnect me. Seriously, they owe me 100 quid on my electricity, I missed one payment on my gas and they were going to cut me off and charge me for the privilege? Yeah... so not happening. :)

How difficult is it to get a replacement cable for a PS2? BiL managed to get hold of a second hand one which they were planning to give nephew for his Christmas but the power cable's jiggered. I've just done some trawling of the usual sites and cannot for the life of me find one! Plenty for the US but none for the UK. *grrr*

ETA I'm at home, sitting at my computer which is next to one of the interior doors of the house. All the windows and exterior doors are shut (it's November, it's Scotland, I'm not insane) and yet the windchimes that are attached to the hall ceiling right outside this door are chiming gently. This is weird...
Current Mood: thirstythirsty
Current Music: Steve Carlson - Night Time
monkey_matt: Falcon - monkey_mattmonkey_matt on November 27th, 2006 01:07 pm (UTC)
Definitely the power cable that's gone? They're fairly standard two-pin things. The sort of thing a portable radio would use. Besides, if they've still got the old Playstation, the power cable from that should also fit the PS2...
the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: buffy behind you - mewhiskyinmind on November 27th, 2006 01:11 pm (UTC)
Apparently so. I haven't seen the thing but a girl at Sis's work has taken a look at it and says that's the problem. To me it sounds like a Scart lead issue - apparently the screen has a metallic green tint to it - but this girl is a confirmed gamer so...
velvetwhipvelvetwhip on November 27th, 2006 06:50 pm (UTC)
That is weird about those windchimes.