Yesterday I had an eggsam for my OU course. I must say that I felt scrambled by the time it was over. I was even tempted to poach some answers from the guy in front. I worked eggtra hard to get my answers down in the three hours and I even took regular breaks to ensure that I didn’t crack. I was eggstatic when the invigilator said we should put down out pens. My poor finger had a blister from all my writing. It was eggstruciating.
No, seriously I had the exam for my MT262: Putting computer systems to work course yesterday. It went reasonably well I think. I’m sure that I’ve got enough to pass but I ran out of time so I didn’t do my usual self check to estimate my score.
After the exam I wandered round Pompey for a few hours waiting for The Hildy to finish work and meet me for a very late lunch. Sadly I gave up and purchased some food from Spud Lady in Commercial Road. This was a good plan except that it made me sleepy and I then had to look at DVDs to keep myself awake. Hence the six new DVDs that I brought home.
Speaking of which, don’t bother watching Ghost Rider. Nicolas Cage used up all his acting skill in Leaving Los Vegas but persists on working. The story is full of holes, the comic book nature of which is taken just that step too far to be entertaining. Sadly the special effects don’t make up for a bad film. It should either have been darker and had a decent moral message to it to it or lighter and played for laughs. Of course the former would require an actor with talent and that man isn’t Nicolas Cage.
I also picked up a copy of Hairspray, not the new version but the 1988 version with Ricki Lake in the lead role. As with most things that John Waters writes this film is a bit off the wall but there is a deeper message behind all the silliness.
Anyway, it’s half term next week and I’m on holiday. Have fun and try not to miss me too much.