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Old 03-29-2008, 11:09 PM   #766
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where the hell is everyone? i know Cin is at work , but where's ali and ian ? not having a real life ??



brb i have to put clothes on and hang washing outside. i dont think the neighbors want to see my in my pj's at 2 in the afternoon.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:10 PM   #767
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its near st kilda somewhere, i cant remember how to get there but the museum its self , well you will never ever forget what you see.
Yeah, given the huge Jewish population around that part of the city, I'm not surprised it'd be there. Honestly, I'm surprised I haven't been already.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:15 PM   #768
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holocaust/genocide is facinating but terrifying that its allowed to happen , and continues to happen even at this point in time, how one idea can beocme a tolerated regime...
Yeah, the first half of the course is on the Holocaust and the second half moves onto the more recent stuff - including Darfur, which tremendously disturbs me considering that back in 2004, I had already got involved in the awareness campaign about that, and now in 2008 the situation is still there.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:16 PM   #769
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where the hell is everyone? i know Cin is at work , but where's ali and ian ? not having a real life ??



brb i have to put clothes on and hang washing outside. i dont think the neighbors want to see my in my pj's at 2 in the afternoon.
I know Bonnie's sister is visiting her from England. The others, however, have no excuse.

Blah, I don't feel like going out to the library today but I have to.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:19 PM   #770
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Hello thread


Took my laptop and camera to the airport so that i could work on my arghsignment with no internet distractions.


Get ready for photos, when i get around to re-installing my pirated version of paint shop pro.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:21 PM   #772
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Took my laptop and camera to the airport so that i could work on my arghsignment with no internet distractions.


Get ready for photos, when i get around to re-installing my pirated version of paint shop pro.
I would have thought being at the airport would have been more of a distraction than being online! I mean, I once tried to ride the train and do uni readings. Let's just say no uni readings happened.
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Here's a question - is this thread worse than Tea?
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G'day, Urine Appreciator.
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Here's a question - is this thread worse than Tea?
Absolutely.
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Here's a question - is this thread worse than Tea?
I think that whereas Tea dragged continuously, this has had short bursts and dragged even worse than Tea in between.

You and I can picspam later and push this thing to a new thread before the day's out.
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I would have thought being at the airport would have been more of a distraction than being online! I mean, I once tried to ride the train and do uni readings. Let's just say no uni readings happened.
Fortunately there was plenty of time in between flights that i wanted to photograph - i was especially helped because they were landing from the wrong end.

Still got a lot of cool photos, although the weather didn't help so i didn't really get favourable light conditions.
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I'm looking for my copy of PSP because we need to kill this thing off
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Dear University of Melbourne,

Is it really necessary to have twelve libraries on the Parkville campus? Sure, I appreciate that some are necessary, and that the Economics library is essentially part of the Baillieu library. But some, such as the Architecture library, are so pointlessly small that I don't see why they aren't merged into the Baillieu or ERC, or at least centralised into a third big library. Bloody hell, I hate having to find these new libraries just for one book.

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the only way i can do anything with no internet distraction is not to turn on my computer, and keep telling myself - no blue crack till this is done!


it doesnt work.

this thread is a bit longwinded isnt it , i guess you are all on fire or you arent.
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