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The Soc for People of 'GRDCT2008' Mk VI watch

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    Oh dear :/

    You do not decide to stop taking epilepsy medication without consulting anyone :no:
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    It was an incredibly thick decision on his part.
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
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    :woo:


    why we celebrating? :ninja:
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    (Original post by natty_d)
    :woo:


    why we celebrating? :ninja:
    Two reasons. 1) The link embedded in that smiley is awesome. 2)
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    A random thought: I hope no-one with photosensitive epilepsy sees any of your posts. On the other hand, it could make an amusing court case. :awesome:
    :rolleyes:

    No doubt a thread in TSR on the day of the court case would be made. :holmes:
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    maybe you SHOULD change it.. just out of consideration.. :moon:


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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    :rolleyes:

    No doubt a thread in TSR on the day of the court case would be made. :holmes:
    Too true.

    MS: Disagreed - on the other hand, it means I can knick it (although, I'd feel bad, given the state of Natty's user title, and so it may push CS into insanity).
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    Yep, I'd be put in a home.
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    It's about time tbh.


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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Too true.

    MS: Disagreed - on the other hand, it means I can knick it (although, I'd feel bad, given the state of Natty's user title, and so it may push CS into insanity).
    :rofl:
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    Thanks MS.



    By the way guys, you have to do me proud in the WL.
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    (Original post by Melting Sugar.)
    It's about time tbh.


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    :rofl:

    CS: huh? Are you going somewhere?
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    Yep, am going to the Lake District tomorrow for a week.

    They're bound to wonder what happened to the crazy post-reporting idiot from there...:p:
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    Not that my personal statement is any good (it's actually pretty damn crap so far), but I just read one of the ones in TSR's library, and was both amused and puzzled as to why someone would start it by writing:

    'I enjoy Mathematics because it is ambiguous...'

    :indiff:
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    Yep, am going to the Lake District tomorrow for a week.

    They're bound to wonder what happened to the crazy post-reporting idiot from there...:p:
    Have fun! :smile:
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    Thank you.


    Ambiguous? :indiff:
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Not that my personal statement is any good (it's actually pretty damn crap so far), but I just read one of the ones in TSR's library, and was both amused and puzzled as to why someone would start it by writing:

    'I enjoy Mathematics because it is ambiguous...'

    :indiff:
    There are lots of answers to questions. Like quadratics :dontknow:



    im gonna shut up now :getmecoat: :ninja:
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    (Original post by natty_d)
    There are lots of answers to questions. Like quadratics :dontknow:
    That doesn't make them ambiguous. Saying that 'maths is ambiguous' is confusing and somewhat ironic; I mean, is the writer saying that it's ambiguous in a more aesthetic sense, i.e. ones feeling towards maths can be ambiguous [which I can agree with actually], or like, is the writer saying that mathematical questions and ideas are ambiguous (:wtf:), or something else? :confused:
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    That doesn't make them ambiguous. Saying that 'maths is ambiguous' is confusing and somewhat ironic; I mean, is the writer saying that it's ambiguous in a more aesthetic sense, i.e. ones feeling towards maths can be ambiguous [which I can agree with actually], or like, is the writer saying that mathematical questions and ideas are ambiguous (:wtf:), or something else? :confused:
    I was just trying to... Never mind. :p:


    Become a PS helper, next year? :awesome:
 
 
 
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