harp: (LolWut?)


I don't know why, but I'm charmed to death.

KStew, Out 'N Proud

Thursday, July 28th, 2016 02:21 pm
harp: (Blokes or Girls?)
I'm so glad I believed [livejournal.com profile] static_pixie back in '08 or wheneverthehell she called it, for she was the first person I knew to call it. It was the "she looks like Shane" comment that really sold me on it, even more than the comments she made about kissing Dakota.

I guess this means I am now legally obligated to like Kristen Stewart. I can deal with that, I guess.
harp: (LolWut?)
John William Warde - DeathAndReality.com

I've been going here lots lately. It's really graphic stuff, so aside from that article, don't go searching the page unless you want a lot of colored photographs of re-e-eally graphic deaths.

Thanks, Idolhands, for the nudge. I've been meaning to get back here at least to get back to ONTDCreepy, my favorite community. I just haven't wanted to write anything in my journal. Massive, massive depression going on. They have me going to therapy five days a week now; no joke. Some upstate program called PROS. It was this or get locked up in the hospital again. Yeah, that happened, too, from December 20th to the 26th back in 2013. There's no internet in the hospital. How are you supposed to live like that? Not even a radio to distract you while you try to sleep, so the bad thoughts just keep coming and oh, it's just a mess. But I did meet three really nice people. I've gotta e-mail one of them again. She's such a great lady. I really hope she's ok.

Number Party

Friday, January 24th, 2014 11:24 pm
harp: (LolWut?)
I haven't updated in a while... so today I think I'll explain the personalities of the different numbers.

I never told anyone at the time, but when I was learning to add and subtract, the numbers had personalities. Most of them anyway. I honestly don't believe I gave them the personalities intentionally. It was just the way they felt based on their shape or something about them.
Neatly Labeled Number Rundown )
I'm just now learning that this is supposed to be a form of synesthesia. If it is, it figures that I'd get the lamest form. I'd really like to have one that was associated with colors. The only real synesthetic moment I can really remember was in high school orchestra. I accidentally played a super loud note on the trumpet. Since I was quiet and nervous about playing, everyone turned around and was trying to be encouraging about it.

I was looking horrified, I'm sure and was staring at the ground, and I'll do my best to explain why. To me, the sound had the physical form of a giant, heavy soap bubble/water balloon. My eyes and my feet and the rest of my body were telling me that a big water balloon had just been dropped on the floor and it had sloshed over everything. I remember thinking "Oh my God, but it was so wet it's sloshed all over everything!" And I wanted to look up and say "But it's all over everything! Why are you cheerful? It went splosh and it got all over...!". Like a big paint ball. I didn't have the words to describe it, though, so it didn't seem like anything I needed to say.

Anyway, I wish I had more synesthesia like that. The numbers thing is just annoying. Although I'm sure glad letters don't have personalities or colors. That'd be a friggin disaster.

Let's talk about it! You have any stuff like this or similar? I miss our discussions.

@.@

Saturday, December 14th, 2013 02:48 pm
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I can't make heads or tails of this website. The usual "religious" stuff is on there, but there's something about it that dives into the Uncanny Valley.

Like this sentence-
Overpopulation: Bringing children into the world is the most important thing we can do, because the more we bring in, the more souls that will get a chance to get to heaven, but we have to manage it better.

Bard? Guardian? Anyone? You... you see it, right?
harp: (LolWut?)
Harpsiccord:I gotta google that first so I can remember
NopeNopeNopeNope not googling nothing from our talks ever again nopenopenope I ended up in the weird part of Amazon.com
TehTyrarr: LOL
WHAT
what did you find
Harpsiccord: I don't wanna tell you or you will hate cereal
TehTyrarr: ....
cosby....
swearter?
Harpsiccord: No...
Bad fiction.
Now /anyone/ can write it.
Harpsiccord: Ok, not bad, I take it back
Just... really... self indulgent.
Harpsiccord: Started there anyway.
Thanks to "customers also viewed this" I ended up at titles such as "There's a Demon in My Butt!" and
Harpsiccord: and holy SHIT there are a /LOT/ of stories about "human dairies"
DaFuq man DaFUQ
I half wanna read one just to know what the hell kinda narrative is in them
And half of the descriptions involve "special potion"


What Harp and Tyrarr Saw )
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(Warning: I apologize to my f-list tumblr users, red state residents, and other people)

Yes I'm a girl and I play video games! That warrants a mention or six!
Nerd girl problems: I like books DDDD:
Lilah's character page from Ctrl+alt+Del. Nerd Nanny. DM's girlfriend. Gamer Chicks.
F*ckin'...

The King of Queens says Shuttie )
harp: (Default)
George de Mestral invented velcro and it was patented in 1955.

That must mean I know at least one person older than velcro. Woah, does that mean that John Mccain is older than Velcro? Must look that up.

*While looking it up* "Make Sarah Palin take the INS test"? Do they have the questions online? Kinda makes America look like a club. Answer these questions to pass! Other countries do that? Wonder how many people in the US could pass.

Ha-ha-ha-Waaaaowwwww are they really asking that? You could really come up with some really snarky/smartmouth answers for these. Babby Pissed-off-about-Bush Harp would have loved to answer some of these. So would Northland-True-Blue-Kerry-Stanning-Air-America-Radio-directly-Injected-Into-Veins Harp. But even today's Grown=up-and-No-Longer-a-Screaming-Activist-Just-Gonna-Keep-Trolling-and-LOLing Harp sees some lulz opportunities in there.

Troll Self Test If you can read through these questions without thinking of one single smartass/snarky/cheeky answer, you are a golden soul with no trolling in your heart. If you do think of something less than srs, you have to write it in the comments C:
If you were so inclined )
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Guardian and I were having a chat on the ol' LJ and it made me want to re-find the article she was talking about. A Google search for an old mod's name plus "fandom_wank" later and I realize that a lot has happened in five years.
I get deleterius whenever Sue's near )
harp: (LolWut?)
This is a reply to Guardian's excellent, fun, entertaining post smacking the Sexual Privilege Checklist. Crossposted at Dreamwidth because Livejournal, you so ugly now.

I already mentioned on Guardian's journal that when it comes to orientations, Asexuals are the 1%, to put it in "Occupy Wall Street" terms and that stupid checklists are popping up because of Tumblr Social Justice Asshole McCarthyism.

From the Asexuality Tumblr:

I’m envisioning the creation of a new tumblr to gather examples of sexual privilege. Stories could work too. I am really excited about this project but I definitely couldn’t take it on alone (also, I suck at images). Let’s do this while it’s still boiling our blood!
And there we have the biggest problem with all of these checklists. They're not based in thoughtful emotion, they're based in emotional thought- and there's a huge difference between the two. It's not about education or making a change or making anything better. It's about being angry and yelling and feeling put-upon and having a contest to see who suffers the most. Why "do this while it's still boiling our blood"? Because once things are settled and given thought, it becomes clear that we are not oppressed. We're annoyed, irritated, exasperated, bothered, and bored with the endless questioning, but oppressed? No.

Let’s create a resource so the next time the sexual privilege argument comes up, we can slam our checklist down on the table! Let’s DO THIS!!
"Let's get our proof ready so next time everyone's crying about how hard they have it, we can join in so they won't suspect us of being happy, because as we all know, this is McCarthyist Internet and if you're found guilty of being happy, you're automatically assumed to be part of the problem."

Companion to Guardian's Entry )
harp: (Fluttershy Blink)
This is a reply to Guardian's excellent, fun, entertaining post smacking the Sexual Privilege Checklist.

I already mentioned on Guardian's journal that when it comes to orientations, Asexuals are the 1%, to put it in "Occupy Wall Street" terms and that stupid checklists are popping up because of Tumblr Social Justice Asshole McCarthyism.

From the Asexuality Tumblr:

I’m envisioning the creation of a new tumblr to gather examples of sexual privilege. Stories could work too. I am really excited about this project but I definitely couldn’t take it on alone (also, I suck at images). Let’s do this while it’s still boiling our blood!
And there we have the biggest problem with all of these checklists. They're not based in thoughtful emotion, they're based in emotional thought- and there's a huge difference between the two. It's not about education or making a change or making anything better. It's about being angry and yelling and feeling put-upon and having a contest to see who suffers the most. Why "do this while it's still boiling our blood"? Because once things are settled and given thought, it becomes clear that we are not oppressed. We're annoyed, irritated, exasperated, bothered, and bored with the endless questioning, but oppressed? No.

Let’s create a resource so the next time the sexual privilege argument comes up, we can slam our checklist down on the table! Let’s DO THIS!!
"Let's get our proof ready so next time everyone's crying about how hard they have it, we can join in so they won't suspect us of being happy, because as we all know, this is McCarthyist Internet and if you're found guilty of being happy, you're automatically assumed to be part of the problem."

Companion to Guardian's Entry )

Waterboarded

Sunday, February 17th, 2013 10:46 am
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Here's a little passage from Finnegan's Wake that Cr1tikal read. He was having a lot of trouble with it, but he read it so nicely that I wanted to find this part.

Assiegates and boomeringstroms. Sod’s brood, be me fear! Sanglorians, save! Arms apeal with larms, appalling. Killykill-killy: a toll, a toll.

What chance cuddleys, what cashels aired and ventilated! What bidimetoloves sinduced by what tegotetab-solvers! What true feeling for their’s hayair with what strawng voice of false jiccup!

O here here how hoth sprowled met the duskt the father of fornicationists but, (O my shining stars and body!) how hath fanespanned most high heaven the skysign of soft advertisement! But was iz? Iseut? Ere were sewers?

The oaks of ald now they lie in peat yet elms leap where askes lay. Phall if you but will, rise you must: and none so soon either shall the pharce for the nunce come to a setdown secular phoenish.


There are plenty of translations and explanations online, but not sure if I want to understand that bit up there. It just sounds. nice, and sometimes meaning ruins things.
harp: (Amy Winehouse)
This Party Post is for complaining, griping, and worrying about the mass extinction of monsters. Yes, if challenged, I have three "silver linings" to this phenomenon. Yes, I am fully ready to hear it if "No, Harp, see, Isaac Marion wrote a comedy/actually does it right/wrote something good so give it a chance/be lol-trollin" and even abandon my initial misgivings or give him a chance to see if I like him/it's funny on purpose/he be lol-trollin" or another unforseen... thing.

Later. Let's get our rage on now. The subject is the wrecking of monsters.
Electron Party, Enter if your charge is a Negative One )

I'm gritting my teeth, and I think it's only partially from the cold. Let us end on two positive notes.

Some Beautiful Minds on W.C, high on Badfic, fell asleep and together dreamed a dream of a beautiful sitcom sort of like The Brady Bunch if the dad was a former librarian at Miskatonic, the mom was an ex cultist, and instead of being from a previous marriage,her kids are from ritualistic cult breeding with starspawn.
This is their chatter

Positive Note B:
As I promised Wolfe- Proof that Twatlight didn't kill the Harry Potter series, but actually revived it for a short while. This was a beautiful night, November 2008. The Harry Potter fans of Livejournal put their differences aside and rose up together, united against a common enemy. Do you understand how epic that is? Livejournal, one of the most violent, cruel, bloody Western Fronts of the Harry Potter Civil Fandom Wars (aside from Fictionally and JournalFen). And on ONTD, the site where What/Who You Like Sucks. That's one of my favorite memories of the Harry Potter Fandom.

Remember the comparison of the fandoms to family homes? My icon is a polaroid taken at the state fair when the H.P family royally kicked the Twilight family's arses at tug of war. Then we pantsed them, painted their kids in the Hogwarts house colors, tagged their campsite, and set their car on fire. And we did it as a family. Harry Potter Fandom, we will always have Super Troll Sunday.


I'm tired; if I needa fix my tags, I'll do it later on; also I still need-a read your comments from last post. Very sorry; got some super unhappy news Tuesday is all.

Flowers in the Attic

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 10:59 am
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Still tryin' to fix my computer so I can get my Draw On.



Book One: Flowers in the Attic
Really enjoyed this one; it might be my favorite in the Dollanganger series. If you enjoy "slice of life" type stories about people just existing, you'll enjoy this one. Lorelei King is a great reader.

Book Two: Petals on the Wind
Honestly, I'd say this was my least favorite book in the series. It's amusing in that it manages to go at the Older Man/Younger Woman trope from every single angle- adoptive guardian, teacher/mentor, rescuer, upperclassman, step-dad (ish).

Book Three: If There be Thorns
Author: V.C Andrews
Reader(s): Lorelei King

This book is told through the eyes of Cathy's sons- the handsome, talented Jory and his disturbed younger brother Bart. Boy is there a lot of talk about corporal punishment of children. They don't ever go into any detail or even start to or anything, but it boarders on gratuitous sometimes as in "You could really take out three or four mentions and nothing would be lost."

Book Four: Seeds of Yesterday

Book Five: (Prequil): Garden of Shadows

Extras:
A discussion on LJ about the books. This was way too much fun, even though we were ripping on the books hardcore. How, you might ask, can you enjoy this junk? This LJ comment explained it best:
Andrews wrote junk, but it was consciously messed-up junk. She didn't pretend that stalking was Twu Wuv or sociopaths were selfless.

That's all I ever ask. If you're going to write about stuff, just be honest. Admit when your characters have flaws and do messed up stuff. It's one of the hardest things to do, but be proud of their flaws in the "I made you complete" way, and let them be proud, even unapologetic of their flaws, too, in the "I'm doing it and I don't care/it looks fine from my perspective and I can't judge myself" way.

Catherine, Christopher, you two are brother and sister!
"Yeah. AND?!?"
"What's it to you?"

You're sleeping with your blood sister, dude.
"Yup. Watcha gonna do about it?"
"Come at me, bro. *Ho ho ho C Wut I Did There?*"


Dude! That's incest!
"U Mad?"
"He mad, bro."
"Y U Mad Tho?"
"Haters gonna hate."

(no subject)

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 12:07 pm
harp: (LolWut?)
LJ, you ugly. I'm crossposting my stuff to Dreamwidth.
You can comment wherever; I'm not leaving - too many of you here and too many memories. Add me and stuff.

----

DeathSchool is not over yet- my month for taking the Great Big Death Test is August. That's all I'd like to say about that matter.Until then, more interning, more reading, and most importantly, driving lessons. Lots and lots of those. We're not even allowed jobs unless we have those. Lucky for me, I found a school that specializes in drivers with varying issues, like nerves and stuff. My driving teacher is super nice. He says he's the one who specializes in anxious cases.

More importantly, I'm looking for a really fantastic Windows XP installation disk or program so I can fix my main lappy. It got... sick somehow and has been sick for a year. I've got my netbook, but I can't run my tablet on it, which means no drawing (among other things). Everything's on external hard drives, so it wouldn't be so bad if I had to reinstall XP, but I would rather not.

Researching other solutions to the problem, but I'd really like to get this fixed by March. I can do this... if I can go through those million pain-and-a-half steps and successfully root my friggin HTC Rezound then I can do this.

This Story from Morgue that might Upset You

On my last day at Morgue, and I had one of my surreal dreams come true.

Background: I've had a few dreams where my mouth is full of dry skin, like the kind from chapped lips. I keep spitting it out, but it's endless. Not just lip, but parts of the insides of my mouth. I also have the bad habit of chewing the insides of my mouth. If my nerves are bad enough, I can tear tiny strips off.

So as you know, we practice embalming on unclaimed corpses. We clean them up, find the appropriate arteries for injection, and prepare them to be buried in Potter's Field.

My group was cleaning up a woman who had been dead for three months. She had skin slip really, really bad- that's when there's water beneath the top layer of skin and the skin kinda peels off. It's not strictly for the dead- You might'a had it on the soles of your feet at some point.

After we were done and moving her into a body bag, I was told to grab her feet (nobody else in my group wanted to, but it was necessary to move her in a dignified way). I'm sure you can guess where this is going.

We never communicate very well in morgue (I mean, five students are all working on one body), so while I had her feet, two classmates were moving her by her arms. As they pulled at an inopportune time, I felt a super slimy sensation going on, and when I looked, my black mortuary gloves were totally covered in clumped up wet skin.

I just stopped and stared at my hands. I wasn't grossed out or fascinated. I was just like "...hu." That's the only way I can describe my feeling, just "...hu". And I thought This is just like in those dreams.. And Miss, I am so, so sorry. I really am.

I wanted to share that with you guys because it was just... strange. And I tried to tell one of my classmates, but she was utterly squicked and revolted. She doesn't like going to morgue.
harp: (Socks)
Dreamwidth is alright, but there's something that feels really... wide and clunky about it. I hope more people will migrate to Dreamwidth so we can all be together. The first step is making your new home look pretty.

Screenshots Forever- A Dreamwidth Tutorial )

Disney's "Guinea"

Saturday, November 17th, 2012 10:38 am
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There's a guineafowl by my house, blown here by the storm. I believe she was someone's pet because she comes right up to people around here.

I've been looking for a home for her because it's getting way too cold outside, and yesterday, someone I know from the next town over found a home (her parents raise guineafowl). I'm waiting for her to come by now so we can catch her. And not a minute too soon. I found out that yesterday, two of the construction guys were chasing her, trying to get her. They plan on eating her >C Not on my watch, buddies.

It's almost like a Pixar/Disney flick about saving an escaped bird. The place she's going to, by the way, won't eat her. They use guineafowl to control the tick problem.

(no subject)

Sunday, November 11th, 2012 01:20 pm
harp: (Upside-Down)


Oz, are you AppleJack/Rarity now?
I'm asking because I know Applejack is your favorite, so I didn't know if you would ship her with anyone, so long as she got more Fan Love, or if you were super-strictly AppleDashORDEATH.

(For the record, I am still wounded from the Potter Fandom Wars and my shipping senses are too weary to function)

FlutterHarp

Sunday, October 28th, 2012 08:58 am
harp: (CheeringCharms)


You can take the same test here

I don't think you're wrong, Oz. I do have the Pinkie Pie tendency to say strange things that nobody understands and I do eat a lot of sweets. Truth is, though, that I'm more like Fluttershy. The anxiety, the hanging out in the woods all day, the need to be kind to everyone, being a pushover (you said I was with Rufus?) the solitude, not liking social gatherings (you guys remember that), and even the hairstyle :3 When you told me Evan's theory about her secretly being really evil, that really sold me. I'd like to think that Pinkie Pie doesn't have the secret sadness and worry and insecurity that she tries to cover up with being cheerful.

Thoughts, big brother?

Nice

Sunday, October 28th, 2012 08:53 am
harp: (Fluttershy Blink)
Some people on Dreamwidth said I seemed like a nice person. Sometimes I really wonder if I actually am nice or if I just treat people nicely and behave nicely, and I wonder about the difference.
harp: (Prince Merina)
[livejournal.com profile] barsukthom you're always there for us, on and off of ONTDCreepy. If you need anything- AIM, Texts, PMs, even skype or phone calls, don't even wait one second to ask. You weren't voted "Friendliest ONTDCreepy Member" for nothing.


We jump at the chance to get you through your hard times, like you've helped us.


(I mean it.)
harp: (Socks)
Except I have not been using anything. All I was doing was getting fed up with this music that's been playing in my head and finally decided to Google it. I was surprised at how easily I found it- the commercial for Stetson Cologne.



I only remember it as a radio commercial.

According to the comments, this commercial came out in 1990, so around the time when I was still in day care. I tried to think back to what had been going on for me back then, and this stoner-azz thought came:
And there was the time our dad and uncle put together this plastic play kitchen thing for us... vague memory of bringing them plastic blocks and us saying something about "we made you food to say thank you"... God, second hand embarrassment. What was I thinking? Well, I guess we were young and couldn't exactly do anything... so it was more symbolic than anything. So... when little kids do those things, it's a symbolic representation of wanting to give. Because they have to attach it to something physical because of their limited perception... But then they get older and... is gift giving mostly a behavior learned from society, or is it a kind of self-taught Pavlovian association that's left over, but mostly forgotten when we're old enough to be "expected to be able to" give more? So a diamond necklace really isn't different from a Fruit Loops necklace...

When I get to the end, I realize, miserably, that everyone else in the world has already figured this out and reduced it to "it's the thought that counts" a million years ago. This is why I consider myself "a slow learner".

Unrelated note, I love reading other people's reactions to this video, so I'm leaving some of them here
City Kev (He makes a good point)
ToledoTopher (hilarious interpretation)

Hahahaha! Do you remember that Christmas Commercial for Stetson cologne/toilet water de peu? Sounds like it's making it easy for you to fit into your new life in TX.
-RazzleDazzle

Nothing like cheap cologne to thaw the frozen snot out of your nose.
-Mouser


These two had the similar experience to me, in that we didn't know it was for cologne until we googled the commercial.
And finally, The Retroist
harp: (Party for the Hobbits)
Our schedules were e-mailed today. It's just like I expected, and exactly like last time, with the law/business classes on Mondays.

But what's this? Semester ends... November 30th? That's... unexpected. I thought we ended December 13th. Even with finals starting December 3rd, we'd be getting out on the 7th at the latest. Hopefully what they said about last semester being hardest is true.

I've recovered as much as I could from last semester, so now there's nothing more I can do about my nerves other than get into class and see who's there. And even if, by some catastrophic event, every single one of those people is still there, I'll be sure to find a sitting place as far from them as possible. I've got an idea of where I might sit.

The only thing I'm really looking forward to is giving M and A their birthday gifts. I've been personalizing cigar boxes for everyone.
Here are the two I've already gifted )
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It's finals week, and I'm not going to be OK until Friday. Each test is 200 Questions and if it's a continuation(ish) of last semester's class, stuff from January up until now will appear on the tests.

We started with Microbiology and Funeral Home Directing. The Micro final was described as "nasty", and it sure was. The first 100 Questions were from Semester One, thankfully, but the second set came from the 100+ microbes, their pathogenicities, common names, AKAs, portals of entry/exit, modes of transmission, and the AKAs for their pathogenicities. Stuff like

-The organism Yeseria Pestis's mode of transmission is?
-What is the AKA for the disease given by Aspergillus Fumigatus?
-Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is caused by (choices are not the names of organisms, but "Bacillus? Streptococci? Streptococcus? Staphylococcus?)
- Q-Fever is caused by (A Rickettsia? A bacteria? A Virus? A Chlamidia? A Spore Former? Two of these? None of these?)
- Psittacosis is transmitted how?
- Franciella Tularensis is (Viscerotrophic? Pneumotrophic? Three more Like This? Two of these answers are correct? None of these are correct?)

I think I did alright enough.
More on Finals, Mood, Frowning Times )

I'm not optimistic about those last three finals. I realize that in these entries it's customary to comment with the "you can do it!" messages, and that's very kind, but I'm not going to take them well. I'm doing my best, but fully expecting a Bad News Phone Call on Monday or Tuesday saying either

(A)"second chance final?"
This is the preferable of the two, I suppose. Since these finals are literally One Half of our Final Grade, if the final wasn't high enough for a passing grade (75%) then a student can take a second chance final. That's if you failed, at maximum, two subjects. Three Subjects and forget it. And lest we forget, Even if a student got A's in everything else, if their final grade in one class is, say, a 73? That's the end of the line; they'll have to re-take that entire semester. I'm thinking that the Dreaded Phone Call will come about Anatomy and/or Path.

(B) "See ya in January!"
And even this I'm gearing up to face. Yeah, it's that bad.

I've got so many feelings about how this all came to pass, and they're the type that unless explained in tl;dr detail, look really, really bad. I'll let them out on the 9th or so, when I know my Final Disposition.

I sure could use some Hardcore Lovely Distraction on Friday/Saturday/Sunday, so I'm camping on Gtalk on that day. Except maybe Sunday. Sunday, I'm thinking of taking a Soma Vacation, so that at least if Hell comes on Monday, I'll be too doped up to care much.

Smells Like Garbage!

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012 10:17 pm
harp: (Fear of Dark)
This is a reply to a friend's entry about the "book" series Fifty Shades of Twatlight Fanfiction written by a Despie Loser For Whom the Guillotine Would Be Too Swift. I mean Fifty... no. Not going to sully my page by writing that here.

For those of you familiar with the BS series 50SoG, I encourage you to comment with your thoughts on the series. A good long cathartic complaint.

My Reply to our thread )
harp: (Default)
Tuesday:
Microbiology Test: Ten Microorganisms, their pathogenicity/signs/symptoms, portals of entry, general characteristics, and modes of transmission.

Color and Cosmology quiz. Pffffft.

Wednesday: Anatomy Test: Introduction to bones, types, and material from last semester's first part.
Three Hours in Belvieu morgue

Thursday:
Chemistry exam: Valences, Polyatomic molecules and their valences. 160 questions.
Pathology Exam: Whotheflipknows, whatever we took notes on

Friday:
Embalming Exam: Chapter 6, the chemicals used in embalming
Funeral Home Management Quiz.

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See you next Tuesday.

Act II; Week I

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 08:05 pm
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#1- Thank you so much, [livejournal.com profile] violet_eyes for not only putting out a survey, but taking the time to type it and send it to me. It was regarding how British school boys felt about American accents, and it was both hilarious and fascinating. With the prevalence of American TV and movies, I never would've guessed that they'd latch on to the stereotypical Southern one. That's hilarious.

#2- Death School So Far
Death School just got Real Real )

P.S- when I got home, this was waiting for me right beside my door. It startled me a little, but I got a picture. Wonder what kind it is.

harp: (Default)
Doctor MicroBio send our schedule at 9:21 this morning.

Let's look at it together, shall we? )

And bless us, we've got a Hermione in our class. Well, not our class, he's in section L.M and we're in C.D. His name's Ceasar, and he makes these detailed study practice guides for us. He just e-mailed us a "Grade Recorder" he made himself, and along with it, he attached a document titled "McAllister Symbol and History".

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