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February 15, 2007

Computer Science and irony

Apparently, Computer Science lectures have the worst attendance rate out of all degrees at Warwick. This shouldn’t exactly shock anyone – computer scientists are about as lazy as you can get without actually becoming a humanities subject.

When I heard this, I smugly mentioned that I’ve actually managed to not miss any of my lectures so far this term. All the modules are interesting enough to wake up for.

That was on Tuesday evening. Wednesday morning comes, and of course I find that I’ve overslept and can’t be bothered to get in.

(In my defence, I was at someone else’s house which is much further away than my nice house in Canley, and their clock was wrong. Plus, it doesn’t count if I end up dropping that module.)

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