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JM^3
30-11-2005, 09:55:15
I need to do so many things.

1. Find a new place to live.
2. Put my current place to live on the board (So someone will take over the rent).
3. Do (most of) my final project for Research Electronics (needs done in 1 week).
4. Complete my calibration program (Research), have it ready to be used.
5. Do 2 Homeworks for Research Electronics.
6. Do 1 quiz for Research Electronics.
7. Do the Research Electronics Final.
8. Write up my final project for Research Electronics.
9. Write up a review of what I have done this semester for research.
10. Do safety training (Radiation and Oxygen Defiency).

Arrggghhhh.

Jon Miller

mr.G
30-11-2005, 10:01:01
11. drink a lot of whiskey on wednesday and saturday.
12. post sometimes on that nice forum called CG.

The Norks
30-11-2005, 10:10:06
remember to breathe!

JM^3
30-11-2005, 10:12:51
I doubt much whiskey will be dranken.

- Things that need doing, but probably aren't going to be done.

11. Take my care in for emissions testing (will be another $15 if I don't get it done this week).
12. Clean my car (smells awful in there).
13. Clean my room (I have lost a number of important papers, also I need to get ready for the move).
14. Clean up the house (in preparation of my move).
15. Get a new Credit Card (since all mine have rates at 12+, and the ones I am being offered have rates below 10).

Jon Miller

JM^3
30-11-2005, 10:15:02
Well, I am off. I have ~3 hours of driving to do, then ~4 hours of meetings.

JM
(I did get done 1 things over the weekend (+ work on the calibration program), 3 things done monday, 1 thing done tuesday (didn't work as much yesterday), so I haven't exactly been slacking recently)

Immortal Wombat
30-11-2005, 16:56:58
Think of it as the season finale. You can't fail.

JM^3
30-11-2005, 18:42:35
hmm, plans for the rest of this week have changed...

basically once more someone else did what I was working on

no one seems to know what I am working on, I am slower than everyone else (They are working on it full time, I often can only put in 20 hours a week), I have a harder time working then everyone else (They are all here and can discuss, I have to stumble arround in the dark on my own most of the time), I am much newer tthen anyone else.. so they are more expereinced than I

it is frustrating, I would have had this program by the time they needed it... (it's not needed yet)

Jon Miller

Venom
30-11-2005, 18:49:16
It's killing spree time.

JM^3
30-11-2005, 19:07:37
now I need to make a presentation for later today of everyting I have done for the head of the experiment

JM

Lazarus and the Gimp
30-11-2005, 19:20:56
Originally posted by JM^3

10. Do safety training (Radiation and Oxygen Defiency).


I'd love to sit the training on that second one.

"Step 1- Inhale through the mouth or nose."

Japher
30-11-2005, 19:41:53
I would narrow that list downL

1 - School shit
2 - Home shit
3 - Car shit

Venom
30-11-2005, 19:44:50
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
I'd love to sit the training on that second one.

"Step 1- Inhale through the mouth or nose."

Judging by your sinus thread, you'd currently fail that class.

Japher
30-11-2005, 21:07:29
this is JM we are talking about...

JM^3
01-12-2005, 01:10:33
well, I looked over what the other guy was doing (We are suppose to work together more now..)

I know some of the reason why I am later...

I use classes and stuff, he writes procedure (which I think it currently more natural to both he and I (We both use to write fortran))

I write everything general, he uses more specific values

JM

JM^3
01-12-2005, 01:57:38
he does seem cool though, which is good

to bed!

JM

DaShi
01-12-2005, 02:18:44
You're gay now?

JM^3
01-12-2005, 15:03:02
no?

here is stuff on ODH, for Laz

http://www.jlab.org/ehs/manual/EHSbook-105.html
http://hallaweb.jlab.org/document/OPMAN-old/node47.html
www.jlab.org/accel/safetylb/ODH-book.pdf

JM

King_Ghidra
01-12-2005, 15:46:19
Originally posted by Japher
I would narrow that list downL

1 - School shit
2 - Home shit
3 - Car shit

not forgetting some advice

4 - tough shit

Funko
01-12-2005, 15:48:27
If you worked in, say, silage, work shit could become shit shit.

Kitsuki
01-12-2005, 15:58:50
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
not forgetting some advice

4 - tough shit

Too little fibre?

Japher
01-12-2005, 16:11:20
and if you lived in Reading "Home Shit" could be come "shit shit"

heck if you were a constipated drain field designer from reading who drove a saab that list would be 1 item long!

Funko
01-12-2005, 16:11:40
:lol:

Kitsuki
01-12-2005, 16:53:04
:lol: