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Old 07-14-2008, 09:57 AM   #31
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How'd your morning go? You didn't get a hangover, did you?
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Right, well I think it'd be pretty cool to visit even as a natural hill, but yeah I wouldn't be in any rush, especially if you've got other things planned.
and as an interesting local tourist location, as lots of people are still excited about it.

oh my god maybe the library isn't closing, the kiddies just showed up who were learning badly pronounced english this morning. but i don't know, maybe it is, ok it is. i will catch you all some time, somewhere, certainly i'll make an effort to get on from bar montenegro where i should be next weekend or so.
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Quiet evenings can be good.
Especially for reading and nerding out.
Hell yes.

I need to return to the books that I was reading during the university semester but then put aside when work got on top of me ...
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Let's talk her into it. Hell, I'll be drunkposting at some point too. There's rugby on free-to-air TV on Saturday night. :fuckyeah:
Saturday might be the day I do my celebrating since my birthday is on a Sunday and well, Sundays...fail for drinking.
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My father's computer blew up this morning, while I was still asleep. All of our iTunes music, school assignments from this year, and our family's digital photographs are all lost.
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oh my god maybe the library isn't closing, the kiddies just showed up who were learning badly pronounced english this morning. but i don't know, maybe it is, ok it is. i will catch you all some time, somewhere, certainly i'll make an effort to get on from bar montenegro where i should be next weekend or so.
Have good and safe travels, Vazza! Looking forward to seeing you again soon!
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How'd your morning go? You didn't get a hangover, did you?
Not too much of a hangover, but a pretty blistering headache that's only disappeared tonight. I wanted to get rid of that vodka, though... it had been in my room for too long! But since the actual results weren't too pleasant, I probably won't bother with it again for a while.
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i mean, fewer people have cars. the fact that there even are schedules is more certainty than in africa, where there were just vans with routes and no published anything anywhere and you just had to askt he driver where it was going. for major cities and international destinations they did have real buses with schedules, i took one from accra to kumasi and back.

ok maybe it isn't closing. i'm so confused. i do have to go relatively soon as i told my host mom i'd be home for lunch around 4:30. the meal schedules are pretty weird.
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Hell yes.

I need to return to the books that I was reading during the university semester but then put aside when work got on top of me ...
Procrastination for the win!
When I was still in school, I had a habit of returning my books at the last possible date or they wound up being overdue more often than not. Whoops. It's not my fault that when I read something, I can't put it down!
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My father's computer blew up this morning, while I was still asleep. All of our iTunes music, school assignments from this year, and our family's digital photographs are all lost.
Fuck! It ... blew up?! Like ... in such a way that data recovery is completely out of question? Because that'd be terrible if you just completely lost all that stuff. I make a point of storing all my photographs in two places, and shall soon make that three.
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Not too much of a hangover, but a pretty blistering headache that's only disappeared tonight. I wanted to get rid of that vodka, though... it had been in my room for too long! But since the actual results weren't too pleasant, I probably won't bother with it again for a while.
That sounds familiar...
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I'd say 75% of my music isn't on hard copies. I've legitimately lost hundreds of dollars of music, plus everything I ever downloaded.
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Not too much of a hangover, but a pretty blistering headache that's only disappeared tonight. I wanted to get rid of that vodka, though... it had been in my room for too long! But since the actual results weren't too pleasant, I probably won't bother with it again for a while.
Ew. blistering headaches for the fail. Often times when I don't get a bad hangover, it's usually bad headaches. I am often times the same way. If I have a less than pleasant experience with alcohol and I still have some of it the next day, it's not getting touched for a while, if I don't just give it to someone else who will drink it, as I've been known to do.
Last time I got a hangover and I still had a bottle of mint schnapps, so I gave it to my brother in exchange for him to get me a bottle of V8.
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Fuck! It ... blew up?! Like ... in such a way that data recovery is completely out of question? Because that'd be terrible if you just completely lost all that stuff. I make a point of storing all my photographs in two places, and shall soon make that three.
I wasn't awake, but there was "black smoke" and the house surely smells of it.

My father's taking the hard drive to tech people at his business to see if there's any chance of getting data off it.
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Hell yes.

I need to return to the books that I was reading during the university semester but then put aside when work got on top of me ...
i wish i could have done this, i couldn't take any with me to europe though. i did enjoyably read in the last 4 weeks:

4-5 issues of the economist
collapse by jared diamond
travnik chronicles (bosnia chronicles) by ivo andric, bosnian nobel winner
100 years of solitude
eats, shoots and leaves.

for my travels i have "disposable" books aka books i don't mind throwing out for weight reasons, or leaving at a hostel or trading or whatever:
2 grisham books, dumb but fun
some random book i got from parents' friends' bookswap that looks mediocre but entertaining
beirut to jerusalem by whatshisname ofthe lexus and the olive tree/new york times
a ton of ny times science sections that i saved last semester when i didn't have time to read them, also conveniently disposable


ok there is definitely another english class going on here, so it isn't closing.
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