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    (Original post by skipp)
    don't cry vin you've managed to trick me into staying a few minutes at least :hugs:
    there was no trickery involved :bawling:
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    (Original post by vin)
    there was no trickery involved :bawling:
    vin-kin :moo: <--- look it's a cow...it's pretty fascinating...
    edit: now I'm really off, talk tomorrow vin :wavey:
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    I can't believe it. A book that I could have sworn that wasn't present in the library before is now there. :woo: Shame I have a limit of 5 books, however.
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    I can't believe it. A book that I could have sworn that wasn't present in the library before is now there. :woo: Shame I have a limit of 5 books, however.
    Morning AMF. :smile: - I'm assuming you're referring to your university library? Generally, when I couldn't find a book I wanted, there was usually the option to request it. When I was an undergraduate, five was my limit too, although that increased to twelve when I was undergoing my postgraduate.
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    vin-kin says good morning:fuhrer:

    Im excited for some reason
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Morning AMF. :smile: - I'm assuming you're referring to your university library? Generally, when I couldn't find a book I wanted, there was usually the option to request it. When I was an undergraduate, five was my limit too, although that increased to twelve when I was undergoing my postgraduate.
    Morning. It is a university library but I'm not an undergraduate at university, I bought public membership which is £88 a year. Probably the best money I've ever spent given how much the textbooks I've taken out costs. (I'd easily estimate £200.) If I were an undergraduate, I'd be able to take out 20 books. :coma: 50 if I were staff!

    I do plan on buying quite a bit of these books one day, though, they are references for life. :p:
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    (Original post by vin)
    vin-kin says good morning:fuhrer:

    Im excited for some reason
    :poke:

    Good morning.
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    :yawn: must be time for a beer
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    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    :poke:

    Good morning.
    :hmpf:it took 7 minutes to get a reply
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    (Original post by vin)
    vin-kin says good morning:fuhrer:

    Im excited for some reason
    Morning Vin-kin. :hugs:

    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    Morning. It is a university library but I'm not an undergraduate at university, I bought public membership which is £88 a year. Probably the best money I've ever spent given how much the textbooks I've taken out costs. (I'd easily estimate £200.) If I were an undergraduate, I'd be able to take out 20 books. :coma: 50 if I were staff!

    I do plan on buying quite a bit of these books one day, though, they are references for life. :p:
    I went to Central Saint Martins and later the Royal College of Art, both of which are specialist and probably have a much smaller library than the one you go to (Manchester, I'm guessing?). It was annoying that I wasn't allowed to take more than five out, which meant that I had to photocopy a lot, which costed money. :sad: - If I could take 20 out at a time, that would have saved a lot of hassle.

    So, you're not currently a student. I assumed you were, likely studying Maths at that. :tongue:
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    :yawn: must be time for a beer
    Too early, Jeh-tan. :sadnod:

    Muse tonight!
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Morning Vin-kin. :hugs:



    I went to Central Saint Martins and later the Royal College of Art, both of which are specialist and probably have a much smaller library than the one you go to (Manchester, I'm guessing?). It was annoying that I wasn't allowed to take more than five out, which meant that I had to photocopy a lot, which costed money. :sad: - If I could take 20 out at a time, that would have saved a lot of hassle.

    So, you're not currently a student. I assumed you were, likely studying Maths at that. :tongue:
    Yep. I'd be in there almost all of the time if the journey wasn't a pain in the arse. I don't know how to use the photocopier there and I'm too proud to ask a librarian. :o: I'd normally have a fiddle with it to figure it out, but I don't want to break anything.

    Well, yes, the 'NEET' in my profile is the give away. :p: I left high school at 15, so my education is very disrupted--any maths I do is entirely self-taught and my own interest. I'll be a student of maths eventually and this comic I live by:





    Currently waiting for my mother to get back so I can go and get the book, I'm not sure she has a key to let herself in.
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    (Original post by vin)
    :hmpf:it took 7 minutes to get a reply
    Stop whining. :p:
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    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    Stop whining. :p:
    **** you:mad:

    (Original post by Matisse)
    Morning Vin-kin. :hugs:
    morning Onee-sama:hugs:
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    **** you:mad:
    There there. :emog:
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    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    There there. :emog:
    :proud:
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    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    Yep. I'd be in there almost all of the time if the journey wasn't a pain in the arse. I don't know how to use the photocopier there and I'm too proud to ask a librarian. :o: I'd normally have a fiddle with it to figure it out, but I don't want to break anything.

    Well, yes, the 'NEET' in my profile is the give away. :p: I left high school at 15, so my education is very disrupted--any maths I do is entirely self-taught and my own interest. I'll be a student of maths eventually and this comic I live by:



    Currently waiting for my mother to get back so I can go and get the book, I'm not sure she has a key to let herself in.
    I hadn't looked at your profile (I tend to forget that they exist). It's great that you haven't allowed your time away from formal education to hinder your own learning.

    As for the comic, for a second, I was reading it the wrong way. :o: :p:
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    As for the comic, for a second, I was reading it the wrong way. :o: :p:
    :facepalm: For ultimate confusion, I will be sure to sometimes flip Western comics I link to you in the future. :p:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Too early, Jeh-tan. :sadnod:

    Muse tonight!
    I'll have one for you :cheers:
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    (Original post by AsakuraMinamiFan)
    :facepalm: For ultimate confusion, I will be sure to sometimes flip Western comics I link to you in the future. :p:
    I'll look forward to it. :tongue:

    (Original post by Jehuty^)
    I'll have one for you :cheers:
    All of these teasers you've been showing me on MSN have made me anxious. I can't wait for tonight. :woo:
 
 
 
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