2008 Jan 27 | HS Stereotypes potluck, Roxy
We had a potluck at Stephanie's where we all dressed up as high school stereotypes. I went as a goth because I had everything I needed left over from Halloween.
Heidi brought her Wii. It's much more effective to make small, non-realistic movements, but it's not nearly as fun.
I printed out a bunch of notes at the school library and the printer put creases all over them.
They were still fairly readable, but the really annoying thing was that it made them really thick. Considering how many notes we have for school, thinness is really important. I told one of the people at the desk about it, and he said, "So what do you want me to do?" I'm not sure if he intended it, but he really came off as callous. I said, "Fix the printer."
The clock in the student lounge has been stuck at 4 o'clock forever. It really can't be that hard to fix, can it?
Dr. Bergmanson was discussing dry eyes and he performed a mini-experiment with 3 men and 3 women by measuring their tear production. It really makes the class more interesting to do things like this every once in a while rather than just have straight lectures all the time.
I dropped my detergent, which I didn't think would be that big of a deal (it's plastic, after all), but it somehow broke the cap base and the inner spout the entire way around. Of the thousands of ways it could fall, it went the one way that would make it completely unusable, unless I want to spill detergent everywhere.
Saturday night some of us went to Roxy. They had really cheap drinks ($2.50) and the layout was really neat, with fish tanks and various raised platforms, but they played mostly hip-hop, whereas I prefer techno.