You Are 30% Normal
You sure do march to your own beat…
But you're so weird, people wonder if it's a beat at all
You think on a totally different wavelength
And it's often a chore to get people to understand you
May 20, 2005
Who should I vote for? v2
Your expected outcome:Liberal Democrat
Your actual outcome:
|Liberal Democrat 37|
|UK Independence Party -26|
You should vote: Liberal DemocratThe LibDems take a strong stand against tax cuts and a strong one in favour of public services: they would make long-term residential care for the elderly free across the UK, and scrap university tuition fees. They are in favour of a ban on smoking in public places, but would relax laws on cannabis. They propose to change vehicle taxation to be based on usage rather than ownership.
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May 15, 2005
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You Will Die at Age 73
And how you'll die as well.
Yesterday I sneaked into Statistics common room…It is usually closed at night but when I went to the toilet I saw the door was open and kitchen's light was on so I just sneaked in…
There was nothing on the kitchen counter except a box of biscuits …the water fountain was out of water so I had to get it from the tap. While looking around the tiny kitchen, I found some post-it, some pictures and a notice:
The post-it read something like:
Where is the washing-up fairy? The washing-up fairy is gone! …(can't remember the rest)
I've always been there! (ditto)
The notice read:
To whom it may concern. There has been questions about my existence…...I've always been there…...Cartesian approach, I wash therefore I am!......(mathematician's name)...Do the washing!......(philosopher's name)...How could you know whether the washing-up fairy is doing her job while no one is watching?......(didn't read the rest)
The pictures are two images of the washing-up fairy by our lecturers maybe…
I know this entry can be very boring but I can't recite things in English. But that notice was really funny! If you are dying from exams, just come out of the class room and sneak into Stats common room kitchen to have a look!
I feel like being cheated by MORSE…
Just found recently that if you really wanna become an actuary, you've got to spend FOUR YEARS in Warwick, and that gives you the chance to obtain at most 7 excemptions from exams of Faculty/Institute of Actuary. If you want to graduate as a BSc or go to other universities to continue your study, the maximum number of excemptions you can get is 3. But I thought it was 5… Either that the course regulation has changed from this year or I was blind.
Seems I am gonna be stuck in Coventry for the next two years. Really need to talk to some professionals. (My tutor? hope he can remember who I am… :p)
Running out of time…
Ok…there are some subjects that I have to learn from scratch e.g.
- ST213 Maths of Random Events (it's just soooo random)
- IB207 MPII (Its prerequisit MPI killed me last year. Got an 80% on coursework but 38% on the exam paper! ridiculous…)
- PX144 Introduction to Astronomy (Honestly I still love it)
I just checked the past papers for ST213. Last year's seemed easy but those before that (2001–2003) seemed to me my current level of revision on this subject was useless. I had to compare the handwriting of answers attached at the end of the paper to see if the lecturer (my tutor) has just been appointed for this course from this year(if so, this year's might be the same difficulty as last year's). And they look alike… what am I gonna do… Obviously I can't pop in my tutor's office just to ask what the exam paper looks like!
April 10, 2005
Thanks for your waiting~. I've been busy this term and there was something happend that silenced me. I'll write some during the holidays such as my shopping experience :D…
I finally understand why there were people against that motion. First, I appologize for calling people 'unreal'. Realistication does not mean believing in something that most people do. This is not democratic.
Democracy is all about everyone's equal rights. It was me who possessed a rather vague idea about it: believe in what most people say. (I would reject myself at the time of the discussion though.) It was the 'Ganesh China issue' that awoke me. The Chinese student representive body had acted too much against his speech which had an 'adverse and reverse' effect that:
- We seem to be overreacted to critism (the email threatening)
- It may convince people that those people who defeat for any critism outrageously in their nature of things is a result of living under an undemocratic country
- Not sure if you have seen the opinion on the Boar
By the way, I was critisized so called "women's opinion" on the bbs of Warwick Chinese community.
Fortunately no one's talking about this issue any more. After all "we don't want war, we want peas".
Written on 1st March, submitted 10th April
November 03, 2004
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