All entries for March 2006
March 27, 2006
Me and offiically the most awesomest friend in t'world, Ian, went to see Feeder. Yeah, it was absolutely amazing, and the weekend at uni was surprisingly fun (we both have 39 week lets) since the place, and my kitchen, was deserted. I'll not forget Buck Rogers (et al) in a hurry, I tells yer!
To top it off, I've just had someone from MySpace message me to say that they recognised me! Haha, how awesome is that? I don't remember her at all, but she says she definitely recognises my face. Iannn… She said:
"hmm im still not sure, i recognise your face though!
i was wearing jeans and a green vest top, and a piano belt, has like piano keys all the way round, thats probably what would distinguish me from all the hundreds of other girls there. i was with a blonde guy. "
Do you remember anyone like that, in between the random 10 year olds and middle-aged men?
Ohh, and if you sat the second Probability B test, I'll know yer score :-p. Nah, I only looked at a few to see the general scores, and didn't look at the names (much). People either got 10/10 or less than 5/10, very few in between.
March 22, 2006
One thing I can be proud of: 19 years, and not a filling. Why are people so afraid of the dentist? _. I must’ve been literally glowing when the dentist kept complimenting my brushing :-p.
I completed ICO the other day. I was ever-so-slightly underwhelmed, since no particular aspect of the game stood out bar the absolutely beautiful graphics (come on, it’s still an amazing game in its own right, but Prince of Persia: Sands of Time betters it in many ways). Still, it’s still one of the best PS2 games I’ve played to date. I bought Shadow of the Colossus which I haven’t started yet so I’ll get to it tomorrow methinks!
I can’t get Death Cab For Cutie – Crooked Teeth out of my head. It’s ridiculous, but great!
Anyways, that’s enough random babbling for one entry, I’ll leave you to it
March 14, 2006
I've been on holiday for three days now, yet I've read through most of my Relativity notes already? Wow what a far cry from Christmas when I didn't finish reading my Foundations/Analysis notes.
Go on, quiz me. I dares ya! I roolz da exam papers at the moment! They've given nine marks every single year for stating the Lorentz transformations and then using them to derive the formula or either length contraction or time dilation. I'm thinking I have NOTHING to worry about come April!
Sorry, I use this thing far too often for academic purposes. Uhh, something to say…
Victor was so pleased to see me – he's so cute. I got a wash of my face and everything (i.e. I let him lick my face, eww :p). I love our cats _.
March 09, 2006
That test was so easy, no? The first test was an ever-so-slight stinker in some respects, but this one was just easy!
Having said that, neither of the people either side of me got the answer I got for E[X(X-1)], and others I asked say they can't remember what they got or that my answer doesn't ring a bell or something. I got 2(p/q)2 if anyone's interested. That is, G''(1).
Aww I've grown quite fond of most of our lecturers this term. I was kinda sad to see them go today, in the sense that I was delighted :-p
March 04, 2006
Pardon my French, but oh my fucking word am I glad to have got maths by computer done.
How can there be so much difference between (S*X)/X and (S*X)./X!? (Yes, that question was rhetorical, oh eager one who's about to click on the reply button). Thanks to a measly full stop, I spent an extra couple of hours on the assignment.
I've also realised that some people are just destined to not be arty. I decided that, for the first time, I'd go and suss out the practice rooms in the Arts Centre. Wow the people there were pretty darn good. Consequently, I felt it would just be humiliating if I started to play some random crap, so buggered off to do said Maths by Computer. I also did other arty stuff which doesn't really justify a mention in such an awesome blog (read: Can't be arsed to type it up).
One week left. Huzzah.
March 03, 2006
…So I thought I'd try it for myself. After a tie-breaker (wooo…) I got what I wanted! I'd have thought English would've come higher, though, and what's with the theatre not being right at the bottom!?
One thing that strikes me though: Do they actually know anything about Pythagoras? I'm sure I read somewhere that he was paranoid that people would find out about the square root of two, and went to ridculous lengths to hide it. That's hardly rational behaviour to me!
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March 01, 2006
So what have I given up for lent? Well, I never really participate in anything like that, but I think I’m gonna make an effort to stop eating chocolate all together. I don’t even like it, really! So what does Nikki, t’grand lass who I sat next to in the set of lectures this morning, ask almost as soon as I sit down? “Do you want an eclair?” >_< Well it’s not quite shoving a Caramel (mmm, caramels) under my nose, but perhaps this’ll end up as a mere futile effort…