I also went climbing again on Tuesday, which went ok. I was a bit tired after the run, so I didn't try out any new routes, but it was useful to stay in practice on the familiar routes. Then on to juggling club in the evening. I didn't actually do any juggling there, although I've been practicing at home, and I can now more-or-less do two balls. I played a few games of pool there, which was fun - I haven't played since I went to Egypt (3 years ago), so it was good to do it again. I also played some more table football - I think the next step there is to try handling all four poles on my own (rather than playing in a team).
Randomly, I got stopped by the police on my way home today for being effeminate... At West Kensington tube, I was just approaching the barriers when I saw a policeman with a dog. I'm still not entirely comfortable around dogs, and this one had a yellow harness, so I thought "guide dog = do not distract". I figured I'd take a wide berth around them, but they kept turning towards me, so I wound up edging along the wall. The policeman then told me to stop, so I did. The dog was near my bag, so I wasn't sure if I'd be asked to open it for inspection - there's nothing dodgy in there, but it probably smells of cat (along with most of the other stuff in my room!). The policeman then said "Don't do that - you look effeminate when you skirt along like that". I said ok, and explained that I thought he was blind. Another policeman then said "No, we're all chaps here". Random... However, while this was slightly off-putting, I'll take it as a constructive criticism - I'm not about to start sueing the police for emotional distress or anything like that. Unlike this guy.
Now I just need to focus on my project - I am getting a bit worried about how fast time is slipping by, without me really achieving anything. Although not tonight, because I'm off to Namco. Hmm.