January 07, 2006

Work avoidance…

…is going well today, though I have slipped a bit and done some research for my project.

Other things I've done:

  • Watched this: link
  • Researched for my IBM interview a week Monday
  • Written thank you letters

Time to start being productive…

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  1. The video's no mean feat, given how long it takes to download! :)

    Anyway, interesting to note that it was created by Seth Green ("Scott" in Austin Powers 2 and Austin Powers 3; "Chris" in Family Guy), and stars "Meg" from Family Guy

    07 Jan 2006, 13:36

  2. Lucy Griffiths

    Very funny video and I'm sure it was excellent work avoidence. I of course don't have the pleasure of work avoidence on a saturday because I've already worked my arse off the rest of the week so I can sleep all day. Ah the joys of being employed. Actually it's rubbish. I prefered the student thing.

    07 Jan 2006, 14:07

  3. That is truly mad. But I learnt one important lesson "Don't be a douchebag". Now I feel I must stop writing my essay for the rest of the day to reflect upon this. Hmmmm.

    07 Jan 2006, 14:16

  4. Mathew Mannion

    Robot Chicken series 1 is very good, pity they cancelled it :(

    07 Jan 2006, 15:29

  5. Oh Cr*p! If forgot to write thank you letters!! Damn!

    07 Jan 2006, 15:34

  6. I'm a bit ashamed when it come to thankyou letters; my christmas thankyou letters often get written six months after the actual event, incidentally usually just before my birthday…strange that.

    07 Jan 2006, 15:47

  7. Well, today has now been less productive than I'd hoped, but still reasonably so. I have found another fantastic video though: link

    08 Jan 2006, 00:13

  8. The Editor

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    Julia Picot is "Badgerwoman!"

    The Quintet Cycle continues!! Enquirer Group Publications can exclusively reveal that part 3 of Dr. Barnaby X. Slackenbacker's critically acclaimed literary masterpiece will be released this Thursday!! New subscribers email musiccentreenquirer@hotmail.com to reserve your copy!!

    Back issues of parts 1 and 2 also available.

    14 Jan 2006, 15:25

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