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    Yeah!, Barlett MSc and PhD from the LSE, and our twelfth Nobel Prize winner.
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    (Original post by Researcher Lond)
    So you're on the World of Warcraft, eh? Are you that nerdy elf who's part of the Magical Machines Engineering Guild?
    I have no idea what you're talking about in terms of the "Magical Machines Engineering Guild" as I have only ever played the game once when my friend convinced me to try it (I was a Dead Person character or whatever they're called). Suffice to say it was rather tedious and I could feel my brain being turned to mush, so I won't be playing that game, or others anytime soon.

    Comp games are all very well for those who don't like to leave their house/room...ever...but for others of us who prefer human company as oppose to solely the company of a motherboard, well comp games just won't satisfy us for long.
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    Researcher Lond...just to say, I love ya! Just a random thought. :flutter: :wink:

    *Wonders why last post got deleted by Miles*
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    (Original post by Xanthe)
    Researcher Lond...just to say, I love ya! Just a random thought. :flutter: :wink:

    *Wonders why last post got deleted by Miles*
    I hope PD doesn't read that! He'll be heart-broken.
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    (Original post by social7bee)
    I'm pretty sure that LSE is affiliated in some way with the University of London, but can LSE students use the UoL gym for free? What about for a small price? Is the UoL gym close to LSE?
    perhaps the question you should be asking is: can lse students use other UoL libraries for free?
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    (Original post by Researcher Lond)
    I hope PD doesn't read that! He'll be heart-broken.
    I just love reading your posts. It's a breath of fresh air to not some of the bull**** people like af1 post. :cool:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    perhaps the question you should be asking is: can lse students use other UoL libraries for free?
    Depends on your department.

    In some subjects you have full UoL library rights.

    In others you dont (eg economics) and must seek formal permission (including, I think, a letter from a lecturer) to have borrowing rights at UoL library (and only if actually needed).

    EDIT - misread your post - thought you were referring to the main UoL Senate House library. With regards to the libraries at other UoL colleges officially you can but unofficially you cant and wont.
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    (Original post by Xanthe)
    I just love reading your posts. It's a breath of fresh air to not some of the bull**** people like af1 post. :cool:
    xanthe please post the volvo thing :adore:
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    (Original post by Xanthe)
    I just love reading your posts. It's a breath of fresh air to not some of the bull**** people like af1 post. :cool:
    Or from a bot, no doubt.
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    xanthe please post the volvo thing :adore:
    Are you testing my patience?
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    (Original post by Researcher Lond)
    Or from a bot, no doubt.
    :rofl: :rofl: :toofunny: :toofunny:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    perhaps the question you should be asking is: can lse students use other UoL libraries for free?
    Just got the underlying joke.

    God I'm slow past midnight.
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    (Original post by Xanthe)
    Are you testing my patience?
    please? think of all the history we have this is just a small request on my part, ok? :cool:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    please? think of all the history we have this is just a small request on my part, ok? :cool:
    No.

    Post your own answers. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Researcher Lond)
    Just got the underlying joke.

    God I'm slow past midnight.
    tut tut, we all slip up from time to time
 
 
 
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