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By gzt (Fri Jun 28, 2013 at 06:21:21 PM EST) gzt, spassky, nobody, lab, poles, press (all tags)
Zero, all the poles are in eastern Europe.

Or: there are poles, but they are removable.



Sorry, I saw it elsewhere and had to share.

Car: one of the tires is missing a chunk of tire. This is bad. Also may need to replace struts.

I pressed 185# the other day, which isn't really great, but it's kind of a milestone. But I saw some other tall skinny guy press 210# today, so I have a ways to go.

My favorite bad intellectual joke is, "Who does Polyphemus hate more than Odysseus?"

I think I don't have lab anymore this semester: Monday is an exam, there's July 4th, then there's a review session for the final on the next Monday, and then the final itself is on the next Thursday. Less work for me, but this means they're deprived of some experience with actually computing multiple regression and doing regression diagnostics.

Boris Spassky was once asked by a reporter, "Which do you prefer: chess or sex?". Spassky replied "It very much depends on the position."

What am I supposed to listen to now that Talk of the Nation (on NPR) is gone?

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Nobody. by BlueOregon (4.00 / 1) #1 Fri Jun 28, 2013 at 06:54:47 PM EST
What did Hades consider Persephone?
His plutonic friend

That joke is 9 years out of date. by ambrosen (2.00 / 0) #2 Sat Jun 29, 2013 at 06:38:23 AM EST
Check out the Freedom of Movement clauses of the acquis communitaire, dude.

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