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May 6th, 2005


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09:52 pm - My Psych Lecturer is a Sith!
Good Gods, Troy - Dr. Visser - is cool. I mean, gratuitious sci-fi references while discussing Psychophysics = Teh cool. As well as a never ending supply of other humour. I dunno how much I will learn from him, but I'll sure find it entertaining...

And as an explanation for my intriguing subject heading, I bring you quotes:
While trying to explane difference thresholds
"Do you understand?"
(Generic sounds of disagreement from audience)
(looks down) "I have failed you, Obi-Wan. I'm just going to go join the Sith and go home."
...
Later on in lecture
(Does Vader breathing) "I don't want to become a Dark Jedi!"

This just killed me.I even went up and spoke to him after the lecture about, for which I am sure he is questioning my sanity.

And some more quotes:

Psych lecture
"I don't go out much. I have a baby - that's my excuse. It's not that I'm not cool!"

"As I somehow ended up saying this morning, the slopeyness of the slope..."

(About Delta I in an equation)
"For those of us who are not Greek, it is triangle I."

Programming Lecture
Guy sitting behind me: "What happened to my Prog text book...someone's eaten it!"

Lecturer: "I was getting excited reading an electronics book..."
So very, very, wrong...

Second Floor
becker_: "I call dibs on his left testicle!"

And for things other than quotes:

The Cafe Preview went quite well - lots of fun, and an almost infinite number of raffle prizes were drawn, even if half were only like laundry detergent or a bag of lollies. Cell Block Tango went of fairly well, however I managed to screw up my hip a bit when doing the splits, so there is slight ow-ness going on right now. The other acts, from what I saw were pretty good, though the sound people seemed to be having problems with the microphones.

Oh, and my Programming projects is done. I didn't do any of the extension questions, and the stuff I did hand in doesn't work entirely well, but it is in. And it doesn't count to our final mark, so what the hell. Now, I am left with that Maths assignment over the weekend. Fun...

At FAS or CHAS or whatever it was today, I got to try out Star Munchkin (like regular Munchkin, but in space). Far too funny for it's own good - I like in more the original, what with all the highly amusing references.
Best Card in the Deck = The "I am your Father" card. *dies*

Sleep...must find sleep...

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From:aeque
Date:May 6th, 2005 05:44 am (UTC)
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You can do the splits? Impressive.

The only thing I can do is a cop-out hand stand that's far easier than it looks.
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From:drakyndra
Date:May 6th, 2005 06:23 am (UTC)
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I did ballet for 11 years. I had to learn something from that time.
From:aeque
Date:May 7th, 2005 04:48 am (UTC)
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Did you also learn how bad the concerts/recitals can be?

My sister's ballet concerts are incredibly drawn out - every year you endure the "story" half (which she hates too), and then the other half of random acts, only to be prevented from leaving by the never-ending messages of thanks and personal presentations.
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From:drakyndra
Date:May 7th, 2005 08:09 pm (UTC)
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The varied from year to year. Some of them were actually lots of fun, whilst others were a bit blah.

Though we never had the whole thanks/presentation at the end - we just the bows and that was it.
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From:drakyndra
Date:May 8th, 2005 04:49 am (UTC)
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Now I'll have to try and connect the LJ to the actual person...

And yay, my hat has gained a reputation! I feel flattered. I even introduced my mother to the hat today...
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From:drakyndra
Date:May 8th, 2005 05:02 am (UTC)
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You like being a mystery, I guess...


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