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Can you say “panic attack”?

October 9th, 2003 by MrLuxuryFashionGuru

So now I have my keyboard back 🙂  Yay Fujitsu!

I have my first midterm (chemistry) in about 25 hours, a math 21a problem set due at noon tomorrow, an expository writing paper due 7am on Saturday and a paper documenting human rights abuses due next Tuesday.  I have not started work on any of these assignments.  So what am I doing now?  Blogging.  Of course.

In the time since I last posted anything, I’ve viewed “Centre Stage”, “New Woman”, “Crows and Sparrows”, and Tsai Ming Liang’s “What time is it there?” for film class, I’ve heard Giscard D’Estaing, President of France (1974-1981) and Chairman, Convention on the Future of Europe, speak at the Kennedy School about his work (drafting the new Constitution of the EU in preparation for the enlargement from 15 to 25 member states), erged well over 20,000m, and had the incriminating party pictures I took last weekend printed in FM.

I’m happy.  The weather is pretty random (it was frigid yesterday, but warm and humid last night then really chilly this afternoon), but nice.  I need to go do some math or study chemistry.

PS: I appear to have gained 4 pounds in the last two days, which puts my weight at about 120lbs presently.  No more late night snacking and dining hall gorging!

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16 Responses to “Can you say “panic attack”?”

  1. Rob Says:

    That late night snacking will do it everytime.

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