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Only for Professional Procrastinators
(This does not imply that geeks cannot be professional procrastinators.)
Exciting and world-shaking discoveriesThe cleaning lady in Ryerson Hall has never failed to arrive in the building at 5am for 19 days of the last 90 except when she once arrived at 4.55. (Update: she's now moved to Arizona. We look forward to seeing all the dust sept out from that in that state.)
When statements like "temp.insert(make_pair(it->second->count,it->first));" and "oldword->goesto.insert(make_pair(newtoken,oldweight));" and "for (int i=0; i!=n; i++) toreturn+=(tmp[i]=data[rand()%data.size()]);" start becoming commonplace in one's C++ code, is that a good sign or bad?
After being woken up from REM sleep by a mouse crawling in the dustbin, it is not possible to concentrate on reading C while walking around in circles.
Six shots of espresso with two almond shots costs $4.25. This is unfair -- where's the discount for buying in bulk?
it is possible to recover from a viewing of the Exorcist with a doppio and packaged food.
The mouse in our office still lives! (UPDATE: I threw it out.)
Before sleeping, it is highly recommended that you remove any packets of chocolate that happen to remain in your pockets. (I have since got a new pair of jeans.)
Under sufficient time pressure, grading becomes a random process.
We may complain about living in hell, but it sure beats the boredom of heaven.
What did you bring that book I didn't want to be read to out of about Down Under up for? --- anon, possibly an anon kid, probably an anon wordsmith