>... so this is what happens when I have to walk past a computer
>to get to the bathroom. luckily, this morning's final lecture in
>Russian History covers a time I watched happen on TV, unlike most of
>my classmates. :)
I gotta ask; fall of the Berlin Wall, or Yeltsin on the tank? I figure it has to be one of the two.
... man, you are probably in class with a number of fellow undergrads who literally did not exist when either of those two things happened. That must be so weird.
>>I would very much like to know the story behind that marriage.
>So would a great many of the late General Izuno's friends, including
I love it when you tease me, Hutchins. :)
>Laura Kinney and the Maiden in the Ice, A Fire
>to be Lighted, and A Bride Too Far, for instance, all
>happened during long stints at my campus job, where I can't get much
>done on regular coursework for various logistical reasons.
I find this supremely ironic because the unspoken reason for much on-campus student employment, back in the day, was to kick back a few shekels into student pockets while providing them with a "job" that essentially consisted of them spending two hours doing actual work and then six hours studying at their desk during any given eight-hour shift.
Of course, back in those days our public university system wasn't a complete shambles. But now I've gone off on a tangent. I blame the cold.