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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    :eek3:


    :whip:

    :hmmm:
    I never got round to it :p: I visited most of the other town centre ones.

    I think I'm going to go to bed soon Not being placed for anything in the TSR awards, whilst expected and right (in that I didn't deserve to be nominated) is still annoying :p:
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    I'm pretty sure I voted for you in some stuff :confused:

    I'll go offline in ten minutes and return to my awesome book :teeth:

    ukebert: which Discworld character would you be?
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    (Original post by Zhen Lin)
    The diffusion equation question is Q13. I don't think we're meant to solve it from scratch - applying the lecturer's method didn't lead anywhere - just substitute the given solution into the PDE and solve the resulting ODE for f(t).
    Oh. Ok. I can do -that- I just don't think of doing stuff like that anymore because it is technically cheating Ah well. Much easier now.
    Ah, but nonetheless you're here now. At Queens', if I recall correctly. One of my seniors from school is doing Mathematics IB now - I wonder if perchance you've met him?
    I've met a few of them. Stu, Joe, Henry...? There are others but I won't remember their names off the top of my head so you'll have to supply the name :P

    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    If/as you've not been to the Maypole you definitely have to come along - its many people's favourite pub in Cambridge
    Ah, good. I've only been to three And one of those is literally a 20 second stroll from the plodge so it doesn't count :P

    (Original post by Scipio90)
    The humorous potential of that is undermined by the fact that it makes sense
    I know It's sad that all these potentially humorous sayings are becoming coherant.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)

    ukebert: which Discworld character would you be?

    DISCWORLD?! Woah woah woah, count me in.

    Ridcully is fairly awesome in a completely under-stated way:yep:
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    I'm pretty sure I voted for you in some stuff :confused:

    I'll go offline in ten minutes and return to my awesome book :teeth:

    ukebert: which Discworld character would you be?
    I got votes, just didn't come above 5th (I think) :p:

    And I need to start a new Aubrey-Maturin book

    Hmm, Ponder or Vimes probably, assuming that it's not possible to be Death and Time (Lobsang Ludd). I'll have a think about it.
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    (Original post by Gesar)
    Ah, good. I've only been to three And one of those is literally a 20 second stroll from the plodge so it doesn't count :P
    The Anchor is crap, and I'm not wild about the Granta :dry: The Mill is cool :yep:
    The Eagle has to be visited, but sadly its barely ever quiet enough to bother with.

    The Castle (on Castle Hill not Regent street) is another really good one.
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    (Original post by ukebert)
    I got votes, just didn't come above 5th (I think) :p:
    The results are out? :eek: LINK!!!!
    (Original post by ukebert)
    Hmm, Ponder or Vimes probably, assuming that it's not possible to be Death and Time (Lobsang Ludd). I'll have a think about it.
    You can't be Time, because I'm Susan, and that would be incestuous :puke:
    I'm glad you said Ponder, because I told someone else you were him :flute:
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    The results are out? :eek: LINK!!!!

    You can't be Time, because I'm Susan, and that would be incestuous :puke:
    I'm glad you said Ponder, because I told someone else you were him :flute:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=351

    The polls show the results My best result was joint third in the HoC ones and 5th for one of the real ones.

    Ewww Then again, you are most definately Susan :yes:

    And yeah, I am Ponder, although I want to be Vimes :o:
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Yeh, but I'd pick Queens over Emma any day :p:

    :vroam:
    :eek3: :mad:

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    (Original post by ukebert)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=351

    The polls show the results My best result was joint third in the HoC ones and 5th for one of the real ones.

    Ewww Then again, you are most definately Susan :yes:

    And yeah, I am Ponder, although I want to be Vimes :o:
    Thanks :cool:

    And oh good - I'm glad I'm not imagining it Everyone seems to love Vimes; he's awesome :^^:
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    (Original post by Zoedotdot)
    :eek3: :mad:

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    Well in fairness,
    Looks = Queens
    People = Emmanuel

    btw do you know Kitty Walsh?
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    Terry Pratchett has got a knighthood, according to the news.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Thanks :cool:

    And oh good - I'm glad I'm not imagining it Everyone seems to love Vimes; he's awesome :^^:
    Night Watch is the best Vimes book and one of the best in the canon :yes:
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    I love Night Watch :five: Thief of Time is also excellent Do you have it, btw? :o: Would be nice to read it again...
    (Original post by Thicky)
    Terry Pratchett has got a knighthood, according to the news.
    :eek: *runs to look*
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    (Original post by Thicky)
    Terry Pratchett has got a knighthood, according to the news.
    And well deserved too

    I am still disgruntled that males have to put up with plain Knight Bachelor when females would get Dame of the British Empire. S'not fair :sad:
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    I love Night Watch :five: Thief of Time is also excellent Do you have it, btw? :o: Would be nice to read it again...

    :eek: *runs to look*
    I have both of them Which one were you referring to?
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    David Cannadine got a knighthood as well. 'Tis not every day that they honour a Clare historian!

    Funnily enough the history essay question that I completed the other day was based on an idea proposed by him... *sounds "historian geek" alarm bell*
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    (Original post by ukebert)
    I have both of them Which one were you referring to?
    Er.. both would be good :p:
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Er.. both would be good :p:
    I'll see whether I have room in my suitcase for pratchett. I have lots (£60 :eek:) of book tokens, that I'm saving for Heffers :love:

    And I'm going to buy a Charango with my winnings from the pub quiz Might have already mentioned that :o:
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    A cha-whassat? :eyeball: Book tokens sound awesome

    Speaking of books...

    :goodnight:
 
 
 
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