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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 28 October 2004 (Day View) – Doctor’s Appointment
28.10.2004 – Thursday 28 October – Doctor’s Appointment
- • Mum reckons I don’t get enough sleep, but I don’t know why she says this.
- • I had to be at Prince Charles Hospital by 9:40, which meant a train and bus ride. I only slept for around two hours last night, so didn’t feel hugely alert and joyful, however nothing at all happened – I had the de facto respiratory tests and saw a doctor, who made an appointment for later, and then I headed into uni.
- • I wrote a Junit test for my Colour class, which is nearly more complex than the class itself, walked down the Ville and bought a kebab, gave Igor my new hard drive, and very little else.
- • I had better go to bed, partly because I need to get up at eight o’clock tomorrow, but mainly so I am not banned from the university newsgroup. In a (successful) attempt to prove to Clint that I’m a far superior troll, and because I’m intolerant and sick of inanity, I posted a flurry of blatantly provocative posts, which drew the expected response from the usual suspects. However, I don’t want to press the point too far, so I shall stop now.
It’s sad – there are so many interesting topics in the IT field, but the most that the average geek student seems to be able to handle is arguing why their favourite operating system or browser is better than life itself. Do computer-related degrees attract the intellectually inept, or is this the state of humanity in general?
- Comment by Mum – Wednesday 3 November 2004, 7:16 PM
- You dont get enough sleep
- Comment by Mum – Wednesday 3 November 2004, 7:18 PM
- "I only slept for around two hours last night...." You dont get enough sleep.