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01/09/2004: "Thursday is a good day"

music: OutKast - Hey Ya!, Three Doors Down - Kryptonite, Looser
mood: Bouncin'

Today was a good day, but I suppose I am being repetitive. I arrived late to my tennis class due to the parking issues at BCC. I will hav eto find some way to avoid these problems in the future. The instructor, it turns out, was (is?) a room service employee at the Bellevue Club - a fun coincidence. After the short intro to the tennis class, I read more of Michael Chighton's book Timeline - its a good read, even if I'm not convinced by the science. Next, I went to Math, sat next to Rich, had a good lecture and discussion, then returned home. I applied for work at the Bellevue Club again - it was a nice place to wrok, and as long as its not my attempted source of advancement, just something to do to make money, I'm sure I'll be alright with it. Otherwise, its back to Blockbuster and applying to Fry's Electronics. After I rested a little, I called up Maneesh, and we hung out and talked for hours, stopping by Chilli's for some grub. After I dropped him back home, I returned home and did some photography, some Counterstrike, and now here I am. Time does fly, but it was good.

Among other things, I read a Blog of a colleague that he started on Monday. It is nice to see how carefully it is written. Something like this one was when I started it, if I remember correctly (although I am too lazy to go back and check; someone please let me know if I was always this lax with my writing). Maybe his attention to detail is why he actually gets comments on his blog. Or maybe he just knows a lot of nerds.

I would wax reminiscent right now, except that I don't want to write all that much - once again, I'm too lazy. I'll try to get over it soon and share some deep thoughts. Oh, check out the new pictures to the left!


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