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Sunday, October 14, 2007

The lunatic is on the grass

The trimester ended sometime in the last few days, I think. Hard to say; I was too busy trying to stay awake to pay much attention. There was a lecture on Sturm-Liouville thingies, and Bex gave me a bottle of wine, which was a very nice surprise.

I had to hand in assignment 10 less than 50% done. No sooner was it in the box than Peter announced he didn't mind if we saved it till Monday. On reflection, this probably wouldn't have made any difference even if I hadn't already handed it in; there were much more important things to do this weekend.

The QUAN exam is in less than a week, so I won't do any more math until that's over.

8 comments:

gliderguider said...

I'm pretty sure something ended ... lorne gave me a webcam url showing people drinking, inducing brain damage, and generally looking festive in memphis.

And if the cloud bursts thunder in your ear
You shout and no one seems to hear
And if the band you`re in starts playing different tunes
I'll see you out the back of Espressoholic

Gael said...

Impressive, but I still demand that the song title be explicitly included...

Donald said...

Brain Damage.

(and everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the mooo ooo ooon)

gliderguider said...

Explicitly included, or explicitly highlighted with little blue lights? If the latter, this appears to be a new rule, or one more honoured in the breach than the observance.

Gael said...

But the words "Brain Damage" never appeared in your original comment, Bruce. "You don't know Jack, Mister" was a reasonable answer for "Mr. Jack", but in this case the actual title of the song is nowhere visible until Donald's comment.

I do, however, take this opportunity to apologise for getting the lyrics of my title slightly wrong.

gliderguider said...

Well, in point of fact: they do. Actually. ;-)

Gael said...

No. I'm drawing the line at that one. It's way too hard to find.

Gael said...

All right, Bruce can have a star this time. But in future can't you at least make it bold or something?

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