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Thursday, December 11th, 2003
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I worked all last night on my paper. I think that was the first time I've ever stayed up all night for the purpose of finishing a school project. Sad. I'm sure the paper came out horribly. Whatever. Thanks for answering my poll, though, for those of you who did.

In the last few hours before the paper was due, I started drinking my uber strong coffee, which I haven't really done much in a while. Afterwards, I came back here after turning it in, and kinda went in and out of sleep for a while. Accidentally missed my last 411 class. Fortunately, that is my last final, so I'll have lots of time to figure that out.

I can hardly hear out of my left ear. I knew there was something wrong with it yesterday, but now it's next to useless. Not being able to hear sucks. I <3 my other ear. I got some Debrox ear drops at the CVS, but they seem to do nothing. I guess if it doesn't fix itself soon, I should see some kind of professional ear fixing guy. Somewhat appropriately, only the right channel of my headphones works anyway :P

In conclusion, today was very surreal, and not especially great because although it kept me alert and focused, the caffeine makes me paranoid, and really freaking out about my ear. Sort of in tribute, I printed out an 11x8.5 picture of Fry drinking way too much coffee from that Futurama episode where he drinks 100 cups.

I'm finishing my 434 homework now. Turn that in tonight. All that leaves is the 434 project for this weekend, then finals that week.

I'm assuming that things can only get better from today.
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[User Picture]From: kartos
2003-12-11 05:15 pm (UTC)
Awww, your first all nighter? I'm so proud I could share that with you XD

Are you sure your headphone isnt just fubar casue of your ear? *rae*
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[User Picture]From: kvance
2003-12-11 08:00 pm (UTC)
Heh! As far as I know, it's just a slightly amusing coincidence. The headphone broke before the ear.
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