February 12th, 2002

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20 hrs in the life of me

well, today has been the longest day ever. For some reason (iced tea before bed?) I woke up at 5 AM with no real prospects of getting back to sleep. I tried for a while, but eventually gave up and just got ready for class.

Our class was scheduled group work, but it turned into midterm review. So that was okay, but not productive.

Went to the office and did some actual stuff. Good times. Made a trip to El Ray for a burrito. Worked some more. Then back home.

Running for a little bit. The Strokes are surprisingly good for jogging music. Then off to STF marathon meeting 7:30-11. Gorkem took the survivors for drinks at the College Inn. I have an unhealthy love for student government drama, of which Ayako and Gorkem are experts.

Now I'm home and meeting my daily journal requirement. Rock on. Running and journaling. (even though it's technically Monday). If I stayed awake for a few more hours, this would be a 24 hour day...

At least I can sleep in. No class until 11:30 tomorrow. I should get up a little before class to read the article for journal club.
  • Current Music
    The Strokes - New York City Cops
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My nose is cold.

Rachel said that this is a sign of good health in dogs. I wonder if this rule applies to humans?
  • Current Music
    The Notwist - Solitaire
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(no subject)

Tonight on Q13 news:

Apparently Salt Lake City is shipping its homeless people to Seattle to clean-up for the Olympic games. Go to jail or take a bus ticket out of town, tough choice!

This reminds me that the Olympics are on. Of course it's figure skating. This guy is from Michigan, and he just fell after doing an exciting jump. Another crushed dream -- maybe this is why people watch.

Aren't there any other sports in the games? Where is the curling?
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What a weird night of TV:

This is what happens when we take a week off from Trivia Tuesdays: I see ridiculous things while channel surfing.

Lindsay from The Real World: Seattle and U of M alumna is now a reporter on CNN headline news. She was reporting on the Oscar nominations.

When did that happen? Aren't there other less-scary people to put on network TV?