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    (Original post by lavalse)
    i loved chemistry in 6th form!

    on another note im coming to Caius in a min, theres a thing about doing work experience and stuff abroad, im hoping to find something for next summer
    Oh gosh - did I see you there? Someone smiled at me and I gave them a confused look and walked away trying to work out where I knew them from :o: :o: :o:
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    (Original post by The West Wing)
    I've lost a library book
    Oh dear. The vampiress will swallow you whole.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Oh dear. The vampiress will swallow you whole.
    It's "Introduction to Karl Marx" by Elster, and what annoys me is that I didn't even use it :rolleyes:
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    I found it!! It was under my bed
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    :eek: how did I not know about that? When/where is it?
    They didn't provide anymore information than was here and I expect you can easily find them if you google AIESEC and Cambridge. Apparently they're at the careers service among other places.

    The meeting was next door to my Grandfather's office
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    (Original post by The West Wing)
    It's "Introduction to Karl Marx" by Elster, and what annoys me is that I didn't even use it :rolleyes:
    Oh well done. As far as I remember, Elster was about the most unhelpful person for me last year when I first came across Marx, but oh well. Maybe I'm remembering the other person. Aron? :hmmmm:
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    Alex come and introduce yourself to me. I have no idea who you are.
    Where and when will I be able to find you? I haven't seen you since the JPC welcome meeting.
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    Where and when will I be able to find you? I haven't seen you since the JPC welcome meeting.
    If I'm in college I'll be by the pool table.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    :five:
    They didn't provide anymore information than was here and I expect you can easily find them if you google AIESEC and Cambridge. Apparently they're at the careers service among other places.

    The meeting was next door to my Grandfather's office
    Oooh who is your granddaddy?

    Thanks for t'info
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    (Original post by squeezebox)

    Grrr, after attempting to read my lecture notes I have deduced that I need to write clearer.
    ah, I think I may discover that I need to do that when I actually get round to reading my notes .... the Christmas break is a perfectly good time to this, yes? :o:
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    (Original post by Llamaaa)
    Oooh who is your granddaddy?

    Thanks for t'info
    I told you at minimo's birthday and you didn't know who it was :p: He's only my step-grandfather though, so it doesn't count.

    And you're welcome.

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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    I told you at minimo's birthday and you didn't know who it was :p: He's only my step-grandfather though, so it doesn't count.

    And you're welcome.

    Ooh :o: I remember now I never know who anyone is

    It does count. You have clever folk in the family. Wooooooo! I have coal miners in mine :yep:
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    (Original post by Llamaaa)
    It does count. You have clever folk in the family. Wooooooo! I have coal miners in mine :yep:
    Lol, I'm sure I want it to count! I never really thought about what my parents and family did for a living until I moved to England and everyone seemed absolutely obsessed with it!

    I suppose in SA it was the same but with race :dontknow: I'm trying to see if I can get a development internship there over the summer and see my family simultaneously. That's why I went along tonight - unfortunately they don't seem to guarantee finding you a place where you want to go.


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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    People seem to be literally qeueing for neg today
    So many morons, so little time :p:

    Also, I have decided that there is something inherently pornographic about hand-drawn diagrams of plates being subducted.
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    :five:
    They didn't provide anymore information than was here and I expect you can easily find them if you google AIESEC and Cambridge. Apparently they're at the careers service among other places.

    The meeting was next door to my Grandfather's office
    Your Granpa's a Fellow :eek3: ?
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    woo! I'm going to fudge tasting at the union tomorrow
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Lol, I'm sure I want it to count! I never really thought about what my parents and family did for a living until I moved to England and everyone seemed absolutely obsessed with it!

    I suppose in SA it was the same but with race :dontknow: I'm trying to see if I can get a development internship there over the summer and see my family simultaneously. That's why I went along tonight - unfortunately they don't seem to guarantee finding you a place where you want to go.


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    Sorry to hear your day was rubbish :hugs:

    I had a very tiring day and came home unable to feel my toes. I am now off to the library again. After that, however, I'm hoping to be able to watch spooks and then proceed to bed
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Oh gosh - did I see you there? Someone smiled at me and I gave them a confused look and walked away trying to work out where I knew them from :o: :o: :o:
    omg that was me who smiled at you!! i thought i mistook you for someone else. oh well
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    I've had a truly horrible experience of TSR today. I came online in a bad mood, and have encountered more than the usual level of crap around, and have not responded very well.
    It's ridiculous here today, especially on that "girl who got interviewed and stropped about it" thread. Why do some people think that coming to Cambridge means they don't get a "real student experience" and that when we go out into the "real world" we won't be able to deal with the fact that some people aren't intelligent. I mean, WTF? Grrrrrr.
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    It's ridiculous here today, especially on that "girl who got interviewed and stropped about it" thread. Why do some people think that coming to Cambridge means they don't get a "real student experience" and that when we go out into the "real world" we won't be able to deal with the fact that some people aren't intelligent. I mean, WTF? Grrrrrr.
    I'm hardly clever but tbh I would be lying if I said that people who confused 'egg' with 'e.g.' didn't annoy me greatly :p:
    (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7705922.stm)
 
 
 
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