Mea Culpa

‘Mea culpa’ is a Latin word which means: an acknowledgment of one’s fault or error.

I am referring to my attempt to catch “Attack The Block” yesterday; the operative word being “attempt.”

As you can see from the screening pass, the showing was at 1930; I assumed that arriving a half-hour earlier would be enough.

I wasn’t.  I had no idea 200 seats could fill quite so quickly.

By the way, don’t forget that it’s Towel Day.  Do your part and carry a towel with you wherever you go (I have been doing so at work, and people are oddly nonchalant about about.).

Spookily nonchalant, in fact.


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