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June 27th, 2004

(no subject) @ 12:43 pm

Odd yet predictable, this script tells you who based on interest, is your best friend. Kind of interesting.

 
My
Best Friend
is piratefanatic
Our 20 common interests are: australia, bagles,
books, celtic, celtic culture, celtic music, chocolate, coffee, computers, creativity, insightfulness, intelligence, public radio, quotes, reading, science,
science fiction, tea, travelling, writing
Who is your best friend?
Username:
Created by macoto

piratefanatic is cool.
and awallensIs cool for showing via her journal this script.

Today's another cool day with a 50% chance of rain. Its a good day for me to sit outside and read. Perhaps I'll find my notetaker, put Bill Clinton's My Life or some other sintillating piece of writing such as chapter 7 in my statics textbook on there and read away from family and in the silence of nature.
 
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From:piratefanatic
Date:June 27th, 2004 05:58 pm (UTC)
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Oh, I feel loved! I must go find out who my best friend is. Ah, the computer age we live in. We rely on bits of code to tell us who our best friends are. Just wait-- sooner or later, we are going ot start doing everything by computer. Buying groceries, communicating with family. Oh, wait. We do.

And methinks you should deffinatly reach chapter 7 of that stat. book. It sounds positivly riviting. Or maybe chapter 11. Though chapter 3 did have that great section to graph variations....
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From:djner
Date:June 27th, 2004 06:07 pm (UTC)
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Chapter three was enthralling. If only the book had 11 chapters. Its really sad when the professor whose been teaching this statics class wrote the book and has been teaching forthirty years.
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From:piratefanatic
Date:June 27th, 2004 07:14 pm (UTC)
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Oh dear. It seems that math teacher have a tendancy to teach for... well... forever. My math teacher of 2 years ago (from two years ago? whatever is the correct grammar for that sentence?) just retired after teaching highschool math for 39 years. Poor man. Don't see how he is still sane.

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