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This is what happens when I clean.

I started to clear my desk today. Good news: I now know that the surface of my desk is black. This is good to know.

Some surprising things I found in all the clutter (keep in mind I've had this desk for...four years, maybe):

* a never-before-bent dollar bill
* the floppy disk I saved my first three NaNo novels on (don't worry, I have backups)
* documents that belong in the Ex Files (yes, I really do have a folder)
* more twist ties than I know what to do with
* my ticket stub from seeing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
* a Barbie hairbrush (huh?)
* a burned One Piece DVD that sharnjilraedan sent me several years ago (remember that?)

There were the usual things too, like my ASC diploma and the book I'm reading now (Black Beauty--I never read that as a kid) and a shower cap and a can of Play-Doh, but I've gotten used to those.

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sharnjilraedan
May. 27th, 2009 11:50 am (UTC)
I do! I'm crazy. That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it.
sushimustwrite
May. 27th, 2009 06:14 pm (UTC)
Looks like I'm crazy too, then.
sharnjilraedan
May. 27th, 2009 08:13 pm (UTC)
And that's bad why? I disagree that it's bad. It's when you're like my coworker (see previous post), then it's bad.

As well, I didn't get to say this earlier, Grats on your graduation! Welcome to the wonderful world of Mathematicians. You are now one of just over 100,000 around the world. We're such an awesome style of person.

And I miss chatting with you :P
sushimustwrite
May. 27th, 2009 09:18 pm (UTC)
Whoever said crazy was bad? I embrace it as often as possible.

Thank you! The world of mathematicians is a great one, but I'll be stepping into that pool slowly. Real life (you know, that non-academic one) needs to happen first. School and I have a history.

And I miss chatting with you too. :P (The away message is a placeholder, really. I'm usually Schrodinger-around unless I'm not idle or something.)
sharnjilraedan
May. 28th, 2009 12:44 am (UTC)
Haha. As well, if you /have/ been following my tragedy of Grad School Applications, then I should at least introduce you to the most likely supervisor. It's scary, because he's my age.
Dr. Gabor Lukacs. This man has taken a liking to me, as we spent about 4 hours discussing his presentation on topological spaces, and topological groups. Was a really awesome conference, to say the least.
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