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Tuesday, January 13, 2004

listening to: jet, are you gonna be my girl?

*frowl* looking at booklists...
3 for spanish (but already have one from last semester! huzzah!): $31.50 (used)
5 for asian religions: $134 (used)
2 for stats: $12.75 (used) (plus however much "Discovery with Data & Minitab" costs; the bookstore doesn't list prices for "art supplies" which that apparently is.)
8 for humanities (but already have one from world lit): $55 (used)
which brings us to: 18 books (or rather 17 books and one mysterious art supply) and.. wow, only $233 (plus that art supply thingie.). i thought it would be more. yay! (assuming i can find them all used.)

which (sort of) brings me to a question.. how do they number classes? like.. this semester i took spanish 217. this is followed by.. spanish 285. wouldn't it make sense for them to be like... 217 and 218? or 284 and 285? i mean, it's not like there actually *are* 100 200-level spanish classes. they're not using all those numbers. is there some sort of system or is it just arbitrary? (this isn't me like.. ranting or trying to be all seinfeld "what's up with thaaaat?". this is me actually wondering. so please let me know if you know ^_^)

do any of you kids out there have:
a. an undying love for me
b. a bit of free time
c. access to a scanner and 1602 #5?

if yes to all of the above, could you please scan the first page of that (really all i want is comic-neil) and send it my way? i'll make it worth your while. *wiggles eyebrows* (i left all my 1602s at school. teh w0e.)

speaking of comics, i was downtown and browsing at acme today (<3 acme) and they got some new boxes, and i think they're my new favorites ^_^ (at acme, all their comic storage boxes have amusing comments written on the front on marker, ie "make these comics happy! take them home and paint their toenails!") anyway, these have a strongbad theme. my personal favorite? strong sad, saying, "i'm sad that these comics are so cheap!" aalso i went to the coffeehouse and got coffee and a scone. mmmmm, scone. *sigh* i'd been so long without one that i'd almost deluded myself into thinking that grinnell had good (or at least, okay) scones. but oh no, there is a much higher par for scones in the world.

(i really like the word scone. don't you?)

megan: sorry you can't get a copy of it ~_~ i just stole it from my mom.

mary: i think that's mostly just because you're a big snob ^_~

posted by ~renata~ at 7:25 PM
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