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Old 03-21-2008, 05:27 AM   #451
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Not with a title like "Bono Dreams"
Actually, I can see that in FYM. Some n00b high on Bono speeches strolls in and makes a thread about "OMG guys lets realiz Banos dream to rid africka of povirty bush sux lol".
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i like the chicken!
Ta ...

That took me forever
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Those are all actually real cool, Ali! The chicken and phoenix both have really nice use of colour, I gotta say.
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Hmm, forgot an option before:

Play Tekken 3 on playstation and get pwned by my younger brother.
(although I was pwning him earlier)

Toodles!
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You and Jen can have a private bar in your corner of the stage. I'll come over every once in a while and pester you for wine. Then try to figure out how the fuck to play guitar while holding a glass of wine.
You have to do an RTE interview with us first.
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Those are all actually real cool, Ali! The chicken and phoenix both have really nice use of colour, I gotta say.
Thanks


I might get the old pencils out later on and see what happens.
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Hmm, forgot an option before:

Play Tekken 3 on playstation and get pwned by my younger brother.
(although I was pwning him earlier)

Toodles!
Have a good one!

And you better cane him! I suck at fighting games except for Soul Calibur.
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Old 03-21-2008, 05:32 AM   #458
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*finally finds stuff* This is all from years and years ago...

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q...0etc/quark.jpg
(I think that's the best sketch I've ever done)

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q.../phoenixjt.jpg
(seems appropriate)

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q...gs/chicken.jpg
(did that in an art class)

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q..._moonlight.jpg
(random abstract stuff)

Ooh, those are good. Though have you posted the first one before? I feel like I've seen it.

I always wanted to draw. My early school reports remark that I have artistic talent. Then ... well, we were never taught anything, so my drawing ability never got beyond anything 2D and I now have no artistic skill at all. I'd belong in the National Gallery Of Phailure or something. Guess I'll be doing Phail's artwork!

But I love drawing maps and plans. I consider this one to be my best ever: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ilwayplan1.jpg

Yes, it's a model railway plan.
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You have to do an RTE interview with us first.
I have a bad feeling about how that would go ...
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Ooh, those are good. Though have you posted the first one before? I feel like I've seen it.

I always wanted to draw. My early school reports remark that I have artistic talent. Then ... well, we were never taught anything, so my drawing ability never got beyond anything 2D and I now have no artistic skill at all. I'd belong in the National Gallery Of Phailure or something. Guess I'll be doing Phail's artwork!

But I love drawing maps and plans. I consider this one to be my best ever: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ilwayplan1.jpg

Yes, it's a model railway plan.
See, I absolutely suck hard at maps and lines. I noticed this in the last drawing lesson in which we had to draw using heaps of lines and layers for a 3d effect, and I was way too sketchy with things... and all we had to draw was one of our shoes.
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hey axver




Oh, someone got owned.
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against better judgement i posted to ioc, who truly is oc.

and this superthread is superslow. i should go study.

here are the essay questions:

1. Early in the post-independence period, African heads of state agreed (in the Organization of African Unity) to treat existing borders as inviolable. What is the significance of this for subsequent economic policy, according to Herbst?
(haven't read it yet, but probably, interupted migrating societies, though that was done by colonial borders so maybe not...hmmm. should be easy to find with an index search for the OAU)

2. "divergence" is one of the five stylized facts about african economic growth emphasized by Ndulu and O'C. Why have growth economists considered this outcome a puzzle? Did it persist over the whole period?
(i should know this from prior courses hmm. it's a puzzle because different countries with similar resource endowments have had drastically different growth, and because leaders consistently made economic decisions that killed their economies, and scholars puzzle over their reasons for this - which tend to be explained as political, patronage, and psychology of african leaders)

3-5 to come. postwhorage and studying at the same time, yes!

(actually, this is my bullshit version. have yet to look up the answers in the reading)
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against better judgement i posted to ioc, who truly is oc.

and this superthread is superslow. i should go study.

here are the essay questions:

1. Early in the post-independence period, African heads of state agreed (in the Organization of African Unity) to treat existing borders as inviolable. What is the significance of this for subsequent economic policy, according to Herbst?
(haven't read it yet, but probably, interupted migrating societies, though that was done by colonial borders so maybe not...hmmm. should be easy to find with an index search for the OAU)

2. "divergence" is one of the five stylized facts about african economic growth emphasized by Ndulu and O'C. Why have growth economists considered this outcome a puzzle? Did it persist over the whole period?
(i should know this from prior courses hmm. it's a puzzle because different countries with similar resource endowments have had drastically different growth, and because leaders consistently made economic decisions that killed their economies, and scholars puzzle over their reasons for this - which tend to be explained as political, patronage, and psychology of african leaders)

3-5 to come. postwhorage and studying at the same time, yes!

(actually, this is my bullshit version. have yet to look up the answers in the reading)




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that is the best one i've seen yet, though someone needs to photoshop it and fix the spelling of phail.
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