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CaseytheMuppet

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What made you think excessively today? For me, I watched Soylent Green, and boy, is that a creepy movie. If you haven't seen it, I won't spoil it, but the whole concept is freaky. It got me to thinking if our world would turn out like that. :dreamy:
 

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I've been filking two Gilbert & Sullivan songs. They're breaking my brain!
 

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Chemistry...instead of making chemicals go boom, it makes my brain go boom :frown:

Besides, its all math anyway...
 

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That's why I hated chemistry in high school: for a science subject, it was VERY mathematically oriented, which made it not fun.
 

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The sad thing is that the class where they actually do start working with chemicals is the class I don't have to take. not that I would really want to anyway
 

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Midterm studying for my English class is making my head ache today, BUT this isn't a difficult course so I can live with that. :smile:
 
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