Well, I finally finished it!
I started it before school began, but couldn't find my last "b" word to compete it. (You didn't think I would do it, did you Banshee? What's next, maybe a scenario?)
Off to finish my steel design homework!
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Well, I almost chose right. I guess I can be satisfied with being only 94% compitent/good at engineering. That's reassuring right? Only 6% of my structures will fall down, watch out!
Yesterday was my 21st birthday! My roommates and I went to see Annapolis. The plot was a little lacking, but watching James Frano made up for it. Then we went to Top Foods and got some strawberries, Champaign (my favorite type of alcoholic beverage), beer, and Smirnoff. Even thought it was my birthday, I wasn't the one who consumed the most alcohol. My roommates went kinda crazy. . . Oh and thanks for the Birthday Wishes Bebe!
Yet again I’m wasting my time on the internet. This time I spent way too much time playing with thisfalling girl
game. It's morbidly funny to pull her through the smallest space possible.
Off to homework land. I gotta get it done so I can go skiing this weekend! I'M EXCITED!
LYON, France - Doctors in France said they had performed the world’s first partial face transplant, forging the way into a risky medical frontier by operating on a woman disfigured by a dog bite.
The 38-year-old woman, who wants to remain anonymous, had a nose, lips and chin grafted onto her face from a brain-dead donor whose family gave consent. The operation, performed Sunday, was led by a surgeon already famous for a transplant breakthrough, Dr. Jean-Michel Dubernard.
I think this is the next step Michael Jackson will take.
I haven’t slept much this week . . . not because I have too much to do, just because I’m not tired. I think I’ve gotten about 5 hours a day, but I still have soo much energy. It’ll probably catch up to me next week.
I think that Facebook is messed up. Yesterday I realized that I had two accounts. I transferred my account when I transferred to SMC (now SMU), but they didn’t remove my account for WSU. For awhile they had me living in WSU but going to SMU. Then the confusion increased. People were adding me as a friend for one account and I’d accept, and they wouldn’t show up on the other account. I ended up deleting my old account. Hopefully it doesn’t delete my new account also!
- Mood:boing boing boing!
Warning: Harmful or fatal if ignored: A strategy of data driven social marketing, private/public partnerships and community planning designed to bring harm reduction efforts to the Pullman area.
Elel Elf DrPH, president of the Harm Reproduction Study Group.
Under the theme, "Warning: Harmful of Fatal if Ignored," the Harm Reproduction Foundation funded a public information and education campaign on the spread of the infectious Morlas in the greater Pullman area, especially repeat Morla users. With approximately one far reaching Morla user (FRMU) in the Summer Hill apartment area, the need for comprehensive harm reduction programs is vital. Using a social marketing approach, scientific data was used to develop campaign messages, which were disseminated via billboards, radio spots, print media, and through individual briefings of elected officials, community leaders and organizations.
The message in brief read as follows:
WARNING, MORLAS ARE HARMFUL TO YOUR HEALTH. IF YOU COME IN CONTACT WITH THE FRMU, STAY CALM AND IMMEDIATELY GO TO THE NEAREST HARM REPRODUCTION HEALTH CLINICS.
As a result of the marketing campaign, all but the FRMU and one individual that was “used” by the FRMU were captured. We would like 100% containment, thus if you know the whereabouts of the FRMU and victim, please call 1-800-HELPFRMU. This is of utmost importance since we believe that the victim of the FRMU was impregnated with a Morla Pod. If this pod is not removed before it ruptures, millions of highly infectious Morlas will be released.
Again, please call 1-800-HELPFRMU if you come in contact with the FRMU or victim.
Yippee! (That's for you Marian Potter)
Today is finally Friday and I'm going to visit my brother at the UW. On another not so happy note, I'm getting a flu shot. I don't mind getting a shot, but who really enjoys them?
My midterm grades came out. . . Yeah for me, I’m passing all 9 of my classes with A’s and B’s!
This week at a glance:
Monday--Soaked with water when a hose connection came loose in fluids lab.
Tuesday--Splashed with mud during a soil compaction test.
Wednesday--Stood out on the corner counting cars . . . in the rain.
I don’t like to be pessimistic, but with the way things are going I’m a little worried for tomorrow’s lab. We’re doing a concrete cylinder compaction test. Thankfully this is the last semester that I ever have to take labs.
By the time most people get to college they have figured out the basics of life. . . most things aren't what they seem, life's not fair, Morla's are dangerous. . . and alcohols are highly flammable. No Duh you say, alcohol actually burns? You'd think this would be a common sense thing, but apparently it's not. Someone left a huge beaker of ethanol next to a bunsen burner, causing it to explode. Shards of glass flew everywhere. Not only were quite a few people injured, but they had to cancel the rest of classes for today because of the fumes.
- Mood:What to do with my free time?
Apparently, it's really cool to have an older sister who makes up characters with her friends in her spare time. In fact, it’s soo cool that my sister used one of my friends characters for her Greek mythology project in her English class. Combusta, I'm proud to say that you've been promoted from super hero and member of team ecchi to the Greek goddess of forest fires and arch enemy of Smokey the Bear. You even get to keep your flaming blue spandex and get a bonus of a ruby necklace and wings. Combusta’s has moved on and left full frontal, c-thru, and "wild thing" in the dust. (I’ll post the greek myth for you later Marian.)
- Mood:I'ts Monday