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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/Columnists...687977,00.html an interesting article published which mentions some of the impacts of trees. I would really really like to know what would convince people on this board that climate change is happening and is caused (not completely obviously) by the human species
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    (Original post by visesh)
    *poke*

    I think i was escorted back to my room last night. I have a massive cut above my lip and on my chin. My head hurts. I can't find my alcohol. I can't find my laptop power cable. I need someone to tell me what the **** happenend.

    :s:
    You probably have fallen... in the Porterhouse Blues "fallen" sense i.e. "Mary, I have fallen".
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    Oh, and I think I failed my test yesterday too, hence the drinking.

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    Ah, apparently I fell off my chair, forwards. :s:
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    "I fell off my chair, to an extent"

    Sorry, random Black Books quote there...
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    (Original post by visesh)
    Oh, and I think I failed my test yesterday too, hence the drinking.

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    Ah, apparently I fell off my chair, forwards. :s:
    Ah. Pot. Calling. Kettle. Black...

    How the HELL did you manage to fall over?
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    (Original post by xx_ambellina_xx)
    Ah. Pot. Calling. Kettle. Black...

    How the HELL did you manage to fall over?
    He's been drinking. You fall over in the most unexpected ways when you are drunk.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    He's been drinking. You fall over in the most unexpected ways when you are drunk.
    Really?

    *shock*

    I wouldn't know.
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    I've just failed my test too!
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    Well...I had to walk to New Hall and back, then to Sidgewick and back, and then into town. My already fragile ankle hates me for this.
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    Me too. It's very strange, once I got back in my room I could factorize that damn determinant in a minute. ARGH
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    oh **** **** and bugger....

    test tomorrow, bring on the revision! Theory says it's impossible to cram a term's work into someone's head in one afternoon.
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    Can't be arsed to make my own thread: Is there a Laserquest or equivalent in Cambridge (or Oxford for that matter)?
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    oh, i apparently threw up too
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    (Original post by visesh)
    oh, i apparently threw up too
    We guessed that. If you can fall off your chair in a "forwardly manner" then, you must have also thrown up.
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    (Original post by Narcissus)
    Can't be arsed to make my own thread: Is there a Laserquest or equivalent in Cambridge (or Oxford for that matter)?
    Yes for Cambridge. Don't know about Oxford but I'd be surprised if there wasn't.
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    I have to go to the scary scary UL of DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM this afternoon :eek:
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    I have to go to the scary scary UL of DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM this afternoon :eek:
    The what?
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    (Original post by rich_)
    The what?
    University Library. The name change was completely unnecessary imo. UL of DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM just sounds a bit intimidating.
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    have the results for TSR awards been published yet?
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    (Original post by Camford)
    have the results for TSR awards been published yet?
    I think so. :confused:
 
 
 
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