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    For God's sake internet, quit booping for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincunx View Post
    CurlyKitGirl has nearly disappeared under the demands of Oxford (yes, she's now fulfilling her destiny).

    I miss here too, but Curly has been doing some discovering.
    Eight week terms are really intense. Plus weekly essays.

    Curly's schedule from last Saturday 'til this Saturday:

    Sat morn and afternoon: Putting up posters and busking to raise publicity for The Mikado.
    Sun: Finish reading primary and secondary reading for essay.
    Mon: Two lectures, reading and more research. Eve: Choir rehearsal.
    Tue: Lecture, more reading. Evening: Rehearsal for The Mikado. FINISH ESSAY
    Wed: Tutorial, class, get next essay topic, do reading for it. Club debate in evening.
    Thurs: G&S elections and unofficial rehearsal. Also, sectional rehearsal for choir.
    Fri: Lecture, copy up notes, more reading; another club.
    Sat: Full runthrough of Mikado.
    And if you think that's crazy, next week's schedule is as follows (skipping out all mentioned above):
    Sun: FINISH ESSAY. CHoir rehearsal with soloists.
    Mon: Normal choir rehearsal, plus the usual.
    Tues: Hand in essay, enjoy one day of nothing; excepting what's listed above. Oh, except the Mikado dress rehearsal.
    Wed: First night of Mikado; plus everything lse listed for Wed above.
    Thur: Second Mikado, plus everything else.
    Fri: Third Mikado, plus everything else.
    Sat: Afternoon: complete runthrough of Petite Messe. Evening:Last Mikado, plus everything else.

    I still have an essay to do that week as well.
    So pretty intense, but I still manage to lurk here, if not post.

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    Back to the essay. Wee. But it should be easy to do. And has to be done by seven so I can go to rehearsal.

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    *A kitty lick and hug in return* :3

    Also, the opera The Mikado?
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    While I start idly wondering if I could get myself down to Oxford next saturday. Probably not.

    Man, your G&S society is one of these ones that's like vaguely professional and puts on more than one big show a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post

    I miss here too, but Curly has been doing some discovering.
    Eight week terms are really intense. Plus weekly essays.

    Curly's schedule from last Saturday 'til this Saturday:

    Sat morn and afternoon: Putting up posters and busking to raise publicity for The Mikado.
    Sun: Finish reading primary and secondary reading for essay.
    Mon: Two lectures, reading and more research. Eve: Choir rehearsal.
    Tue: Lecture, more reading. Evening: Rehearsal for The Mikado. FINISH ESSAY
    Wed: Tutorial, class, get next essay topic, do reading for it. Club debate in evening.
    Thurs: G&S elections and unofficial rehearsal. Also, sectional rehearsal for choir.
    Fri: Lecture, copy up notes, more reading; another club.
    Sat: Full runthrough of Mikado.
    And if you think that's crazy, next week's schedule is as follows (skipping out all mentioned above):
    Sun: FINISH ESSAY. CHoir rehearsal with soloists.
    Mon: Normal choir rehearsal, plus the usual.
    Tues: Hand in essay, enjoy one day of nothing; excepting what's listed above. Oh, except the Mikado dress rehearsal.
    Wed: First night of Mikado; plus everything lse listed for Wed above.
    Thur: Second Mikado, plus everything else.
    Fri: Third Mikado, plus everything else.
    Sat: Afternoon: complete runthrough of Petite Messe. Evening:Last Mikado, plus everything else.

    I still have an essay to do that week as well.
    So pretty intense, but I still manage to lurk here, if not post.
    Holy crap thats a crazy two weeks. I can't say I envy you.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetRein View Post
    *A kitty lick and hug in return* :3

    Also, the opera The Mikado?
    I envy.

    And yes, the opera The Mikado, I'm only in the seated chorus, but it's been great fun so far. Rumour is that if the Production Manager can get everyone memorising their blocking by Saturday she can get tapdancing gravediggers into the show.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thufir View Post
    While I start idly wondering if I could get myself down to Oxford next saturday. Probably not.

    Man, your G&S society is one of these ones that's like vaguely professional and puts on more than one big show a year.
    We do one a term. Last summer they even performed at the international G&S festival. It was Utopia Ltd., we got shown the DVD and it was really good. The play was a wee bit sucky, but they were good. Especially as they were the youngest amateur group there.
    It'd be nice if you could come along, you can order your tickets by email (PM if you want it?), but if you can't, there's always Ruddigore next term, or any term after that.

    Quote Originally Posted by RPGsr4me View Post
    Holy crap thats a crazy two weeks. I can't say I envy you.
    You should. It seems like a lot, and it is, but we (at least, most Arts students (I pity the Mathematicians and Scientists with their crazy schedule of multiple lectures a day, labs and stupidly large amounts of problem sheets)) still have enough time for fun and parties and clubs and stuff.

    EDIT:
    And while this is going to be a crazy two weeks, it's only because both my shows (choir and G&S) are coming close to doing their productions, some weeks are downright lazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    You should. It seems like a lot, and it is, but we (at least, most Arts students (I pity the Mathematicians and Scientists with their crazy schedule of multiple lectures a day, labs and stupidly large amounts of problem sheets)) still have enough time for fun and parties and clubs and stuff.
    I withdraw my previous statement then.



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    I withdraw my previous statement then.
    I was actually coaxed out to a club last week. My first time at a club, I was quite excited as I was with friends and it was a cheap entry night.
    When we got there it would have taken three-quarters of an hour to get to the front of the queue. And it was raining on and off rather heavily.

    I went home. As did most of my friends actually, but they had a major panic when they realised I wasn't with them (I'd stayed back to talk to a friend willing to wait) even though I'd told Waiting Friend what I was doing and asked her to tell the others what I was doing.
    Waiting Friend got in a lot of trouble for making them worry.

    So ends my abortive Attempt At Being An 'Ordinary University Student'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    We do one a term. Last summer they even performed at the international G&S festival. It was Utopia Ltd., we got shown the DVD and it was really good. The play was a wee bit sucky, but they were good. Especially as they were the youngest amateur group there.
    It'd be nice if you could come along, you can order your tickets by email (PM if you want it?), but if you can't, there's always Ruddigore next term, or any term after that.
    We only do one actual G&S show a year, in late february, and then something smaller for a summer show (Last few years they've been things our director wrote, using songs from G&S and similar shows, but changing the words).
    It would be nice, but I remembered what I'm doing that night - going to see the Gosforth G&S society here. I could go a different night, but
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    Rumour is that if the Production Manager can get everyone memorising their blocking by Saturday she can get tapdancing gravediggers into the show.
    also train tickets to Oxford look kinda expensive
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    she can get tapdancing gravediggers into the show.
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    I'll have to think about it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thufir View Post
    We only do one actual G&S show a year, in late february, and then something smaller for a summer show (Last few years they've been things our director wrote, using songs from G&S and similar shows, but changing the words).
    It would be nice, but I remembered what I'm doing that night - going to see the Gosforth G&S society here. I could go a different night, but

    also train tickets to Oxford look kinda expensive

    so I...

    ...
    I'll have to think about it...
    Yeah, her reasoning behind wanting them (besides being pretty awesome) is that there was a production (or film?) in c. 1992 that had them and she loved it.
    I don't know for certain if they'll have them just yet, but we should find out on Saturday.
    Hope you do come, but like I said, there's always another production next term.

    I might come up and see your Pinafore then, late February should be easy to manage, middle of term, just a day or so. I'll definitely think about it.

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    Yay! My oral presentation went great.
    For those interested, it was a presentation of observations at the Pierre Auger Observatory: Explaining an extra drop in the flux for high energy cosmic rays and the anisotropy in the origin of high energy cosmic rays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    Yeah, her reasoning behind wanting them (besides being pretty awesome) is that there was a production (or film?) in c. 1992 that had them and she loved it.
    I don't know for certain if they'll have them just yet, but we should find out on Saturday.
    Hope you do come, but like I said, there's always another production next term.

    I might come up and see your Pinafore then, late February should be easy to manage, middle of term, just a day or so. I'll definitely think about it.
    Big issue is how much I'm willing to pay to get there. Suddenly I see why learning to drive might have been useful...
    And yay! As I'm playing Ralph I think everyone should come see my fabulous performance. And as I'm the society treasurer I think everyone should come give us their money.

    @^: I don't know exactly what that means but it sounds awesome.

    ION: Next wednesday I'm singing in this. Just got the email with the music. Not much for the choir to do, but should be fun, and since before I got asked to be in it I was planning to go see it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirroelivan View Post
    Yay! My oral presentation went great.
    For those interested, it was a presentation of observations at the Pierre Auger Observatory: Explaining an extra drop in the flux for high energy cosmic rays and the anisotropy in the origin of high energy cosmic rays.
    Excellent! I don't know if your got your mark back yet, but I hope it's a very high one.

    EDIT:
    @^: Okay, you officially rock my socks off. That's amazing!
    That's why I definitely entertaining thoughts about coming up to Newcastle; plus train fare'll be cheaper as I'm closer to it than I would be at home.

    And yes, learning to drive may be useful.
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    *Picks up Cobra in my mouth and flies off*

    YOU NEVER CATCH US!

    *Accidentally drops Cobra on the ground right in front of Introbulus*

    Oh SHI- *Flies into a mountainside*


    owww...
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    Actually it fell down shortly after posting that.
    But it seems to be back now. And after I went out and bought myself Lego to cheer me up.
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    *Picks up Cobra in my mouth and flies off*

    YOU NEVER CATCH US!

    *Accidentally drops Cobra on the ground right in front of Introbulus*

    Oh SHI- *Flies into a mountainside*


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    Actually it fell down shortly after posting that.
    But it seems to be back now. And after I went out and bought myself Lego to cheer me up.
    Now I have Lego and an internets though so all is well.
    Lego = <3. *snuggles*

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    And yes, learning to drive may be useful.
    Amazingly so. I think I would be dead if I didn't know how.

    Or maybe not, but at the very least my back would be sprained and I'd be on a train from now until the end of forever. Cars are much more adaptable to disaster.

    Also, *waves*
    Flowers blanket all the countryside like freshly fallen snow
    I know the answer's waiting somewhere, as it was once long ago
    Do you wait to cross the river from the shores of shallow tide?
    And what will happen to your phantom if you reach the other side?
    ...Hear me crying...

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    Lego is always good. We only have giant Jenga blocks (as in one foot long, four inches wide, and an inch or two thick). Makes for a great noise after the inevitable collapse though.

    ION:
    I ran out of bread today. And biscuits. Yet I have sandwich meat, butter and jam. This upsets me as it means do sweet course.
    So for dinner I made do with one of those packets of instant noodles, you know the kind where just put them in a saucepan and heat up the water 'til done, but in my room.
    Armed with a kettle, a bowl and a fork. It works really well, sure the noodle don't take on as much flavour, but there's still the water and treating it as soup made for an excellent dinner.

    IOON: (IN Other Other News)
    JSTOR is acting all screwy on me and is taking ages to load the next page of the article. Oddly, even though it's for an essay on transience and immortality in Tennyson's The Princess I'm using an essay on The Princess and the influence of mid-Victorian achitecture. It's a really good essay too.

    EDIT:
    PHOE! *glomp hugs* I've missed you! How've you been? Today is a good day for the Curly one.
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    Lego = <3. *snuggles*

    You can never have too much Lego.
    I love lego. I need more though, but its quite expensive.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra_Ikari View Post
    Lego = <3. *snuggles*

    You can never have too much Lego.
    I disagree. Duplex, as well as many of the new one massive piece, sets are the bane of the LEGO brand existence.

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    Amazingly so. I think I would be dead if I didn't know how.

    Or maybe not, but at the very least my back would be sprained and I'd be on a train from now until the end of forever. Cars are much more adaptable to disaster.

    Also, *waves*
    Shoo. Back in your hole and get to working on my yellow text!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    Lego is always good. We only have giant Jenga blocks (as in one foot long, four inches wide, and an inch or two thick). Makes for a great noise after the inevitable collapse though.

    ION:
    I ran out of bread today. And biscuits. Yet I have sandwich meat, butter and jam. This upsets me as it means do sweet course.
    So for dinner I made do with one of those packets of instant noodles, you know the kind where just put them in a saucepan and heat up the water 'til done, but in my room.
    Armed with a kettle, a bowl and a fork. It works really well, sure the noodle don't take on as much flavour, but there's still the water and treating it as soup made for an excellent dinner.

    IOON: (IN Other Other News)
    JSTOR is acting all screwy on me and is taking ages to load the next page of the article. Oddly, even though it's for an essay on transience and immortality in Tennyson's The Princess I'm using an essay on The Princess and the influence of mid-Victorian achitecture. It's a really good essay too.

    EDIT:
    PHOE! *glomp hugs* I've missed you! How've you been? Today is a good day for the Curly one.
    Oh, JSTOR. That thing never worked the way it was supposed to for me. It just kept dying instead of loading anything. *fond memories of academic life*

    *hugs for Curly* Myself? I'm doing decently well. I've mostly been drifting across the country looking for a place to live. Not by choice; this is where the whole "cars saved my life" thing came into play. But I'm somewhere, I'm settled, and I'm doing technical writing, so I can't complain.

    ...Ok, so I can. I need to start doing more creative writing again. I haven't in so long, I think my writing muscles have atrophied.

    edit: Oh, feh. Slave-driving catgirls...
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    I know the answer's waiting somewhere, as it was once long ago
    Do you wait to cross the river from the shores of shallow tide?
    And what will happen to your phantom if you reach the other side?
    ...Hear me crying...

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