Monthly Archives: November 2006

‘Tis the season for me to hibernate

If you have been wondering where I have disappeared to or you have felt neglected, let me tell you that the end is in sight! I have only 3 more weeks of school and then some school obligations that will … Continue reading

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YouTube …

… hates me. Whenever I try to watch videos, it loads about 3 seconds, then pauses for 5 – 10 seconds to load some more. I can’t ever watch streaming videos. Does anyone know why this would be or how … Continue reading

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Where are the goals?

It is really hard to take when we dominate for the majority of the game and just can’t put the puck in the net. Really, really frustrating.

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HMCS Edmonton

I got to tour this ship, the HMSC Edmonton, today. My cousin, who I hadn’t seen since I was about 7 years old, joined the Navy Reserves and her boat was in Vancouver today – actually docked right at the … Continue reading

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omgomgomg!

I did it. I bought a La-Z-Boy. This is what it looks like. That is very close to the colour it will be, although mine is a lighter shade of brown. I tried to link the colour but it kept … Continue reading

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Overheard on the bus yesterday

Little boy: I want eating. Father: You want to eat? Do you remember that I said I had something extra super special for you to eat? Do you want to guess what it is? Me, thinking to myself: Please don’t … Continue reading

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The balancing act

This is what has irritated me today, and it’s just past noon: People who amble in packs down the hallway, blocking everyone else from getting by. People who equate being a theist with being a humanist, having morals, or placing … Continue reading

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I know that I’ve said this before, but seriously. Scrubs is a hilarious show. I never laugh out loud and yet with Scrubs I am chuckling, giggling, and chortling. Yay for funny tv.

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Books make me happy

I ended up telling my Sensei’s wife about what happened on Saturday and she has told Sensei. There wasn’t any chance for him to talk to me directly today so I am leaving it up to his discretion; if he … Continue reading

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