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Author: Subject: The Procrastination thread
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posted on 24-3-2004 at 10:01 Reply With Quote
The Procrastination thread

*I'm thinking about the future more and more and I really have to get it sorted out asap......
*I don't think my future is in Cowplain....
*this my last day at home for a while....not sure what to do really, may get the boys over for a beer tonight and watch the football
*I seem to be confused and not sure what to do with myself more and more these days - not a good thing
*yah the strokes are on TV! I love the fact that when you hear music sometimes it reminds you of people and places and perks you up!


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posted on 24-3-2004 at 10:03 Reply With Quote
*i've just found out the draw for the pool championships, i'm straight through to the last 16 in the women's individual tournie *bonus*
*yet again i am in the library *sigh*





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- I've spent far too long playing the damn penguin game... I really should be in the library right now. Joelle, you put me to shame!!

- Posting on this here thread doesn't exactly help matters. Ah well.

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- Yes I am. Just don't do it Mojo






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posted on 24-3-2004 at 10:07 Reply With Quote
*do what-beat you at memeber of the day i want another round of applause
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This slacker postgrad is ahead of schedule thanking you muchly, despite having done next to nothing for the last three weeks or so. I'm just gifted

Discussing what a phoneme was in the bar last night amused me greatly. Sad, me? Surely not.

Sam deserves the applause for correctly guessing Owen's accent. Well done that man






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posted on 24-3-2004 at 10:13 Reply With Quote
*i never did get the whole phen....thing but then i was sitting next to mr dean and nr sam *confuzled*

*no emails from my tutors today, so no help there! pants

*however, i have a book to read, i should go do that, instead of slacking on here! damn you indie soc people!





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No-one gets it, thus the reason most people describe it as 'a sound'. As you might have guessed from my reaction, a phoneme is not a sound. It has no reality beyond the psychological (and perhaps neurological, but we don't know that much yet). I would provide you with a better definition, but I'll spare you the immense boredom






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well, next time i see you, you can try though forgive me if i yawn! i don't actually know much about linguistics and all that, apart from greg telling me off lotsly and calling me a language snob

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The irony of it is that most linguists are language snobs themselves... they just tell the rest of us not to be. They might just be a little detached from reality too






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posted on 24-3-2004 at 10:22 Reply With Quote
yeah i've noticed that

anyhoo..........i'm going! honest! there are some books somewhere for me to read, and a california form to fill in!

*i'm muchly excited about the pool! i aCtually have a chance! woo!





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posted on 24-3-2004 at 11:39 Reply With Quote
this thread seems strangely familiar.

i'm rota'd on for 3 1/2 hours of renewals today. or as i like to call it: 'indiesoc forum time'

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Colin was clearly traumatised by the disappearance of t'other one. He came up with a far better name tho


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Colin was clearly traumatised by the disappearance of t'other one. He came up with a far better name tho


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*i am waiting to go to a school to talk to kids! scary stuff...what if they laugh at me?!
*i don't think i get free school lunch though, ah well....
*i wrote 700 words this am in the library, that's not too bad!
*i shall return at 3 ish to continue!





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*i am waiting to go to a school to talk to kids! scary stuff...what if they laugh at me?!


I'm always quite pleased when all they do is laugh at me.

I've been very good and stayed away all morning and actually done some work in my non-contact time.

I've also got a year 7 class doing work on Shakespeare's As You Like It to write about The Redskins' "The Power Is Yours"

'Someone once wrote 'All the world's a stage,
It looks very different on my page
I know the script's fixed from the start
'Cause ordinary men and women only get supporting parts'.

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I feel that life is divided into the horrible and the miserable. That's the two categories. The horrible are like, I don't know, terminal cases, you know, and blind people, crippled. I don't know how they get through life. It's amazing to me. And the miserable is everyone else. So you should be thankful that you're miserable, because that's very lucky, to be miserable.

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Top tip - give them all a piece of A4 paper, get them to fold it in half twice, write their name on it and stand it up in front of them. They you can pretend you know them all already instead of having to say things like 'Oi Ginger' or 'You there, with the leg.'





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posted on 24-3-2004 at 13:19 Reply With Quote
i used to hAte it when teachers made us do that! it shuld be okies, i'm not on my own, and i'm talking about radio, something i love





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''My lord, Rosencrantz and Guildernstein Are Dead''

what did you have to talk to them about jojo?

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*I'm glad there's a procrastination thread again. Where did the other attempt go?
*Senses Fail are great.
*Essays are poo.
*Gavin is turning into Tatham, I swear. And has been telling him where I live! How worrying ;P.
*I really should do some work. The sun is lovely and bright outside though, makes me want to go do outsidey things like, er, I dunno, chop a tree down or something.

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*Gavin is turning into Tatham, I swear. And has been telling him where I live! How worrying


I didn't tell him where you live?! But if you want to baclmail him I know where he he lives






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