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Old 09-16-2006, 03:44 AM   #1
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*sings* "and they're always glad you came.."
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Hey!! How are you?

I am carrying out the boring task of sorting all my uni files on my computer - what a nerd I am!

What you up to?
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I am carrying out the boring task of sorting all my uni files on my computer - what a nerd I am!
I've still got my GCSE coursework on here from 4 years ago. Even when I transferred all the files off the old PC onto this one I still didn't delete them...
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I understand this - it is like you don't want to get rid of them 'just in case'.
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Just came in from the woods.. I'm procrastinating now about mowing the lawn lol
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Ha! The computer is amazing for that!

Do you live out in the countryside Raven? I get the impression from the photos you've posted that you are out in the wilds!
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I understand this - it is like you don't want to get rid of them 'just in case'.
Yes, one never knows when one may need to know the answer to:

Trace the changes in the audience’s perceptions of Juliet’s relationship with her parents throughout the play. How would you, as the director, demonstrate these changes on stage?
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^Indeed, always good if you're short of topic of conversations down the pub.

How would one overcome the staging difficulties in a production of Ibsen's Peer Gynt?

Answer: Put it on the radio! (Extremely random film quote from one of my fave films - Educating Rita - before you think I have become all cultured or something).

What crap you learn at school really!
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Yep, I'm out in the sticks.
Just last evening there were three moose that decided to go for a stroll down the road.
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Wow - the most we get is a few foxes or squirrels! Unless you count some of the rough people coming back from the pub as mooses - but they're a different kind!

How far from the city are you then?
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