Monthly Archives: February 2007

I’ve been up for an hour, done the dishes, had two cups of coffee, read my friends page and my other blogs, and now I am ready to write the rest of my essay. I’m only 10 minutes behind schedule. … Continue reading

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idle musings

It was raining in Burnaby, Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, and Chiliwack yesterday. I know because I drove through all of them. On a related topic, I bought jerky. It’s as yummy as I remember from last summer. I have an essay … Continue reading

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And then like this isn’t just the icing on the cake. It’s been a bad week.

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I had a meeting with my prof about my philosophy paper this morning and I feel much less dumb. It’s a relief. I didn’t like feeling like a dummy.

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My fine is $515

Read the list, and if you’ve done it, you owe that fine. Keep going until you’ve read each offense and added up your total fine. Title your post “My fine is $…..” You don’t have to confess your answers, just … Continue reading

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Scintillating conversation

I’m bored. I was writing an entry and I realized that it was just as boring. I have nothing of interest to say. Meh. I wish there was a hockey game tonight.

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Moral condundrum

Apparently (I say because I haven’t read the information myself) in England a man filled out an organ donor card but wrote on the back that he wished his organs to only be used for white men. Do you think … Continue reading

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The plague has passed

I just spent an enjoyable two hours chatting with other philosophy undergrads and grads in the common room, discussing all kinds of trivial and interesting things. And now I have just given my presentation in my moral philosophy class and … Continue reading

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