cosmic_celery: (RTED: AH FML)
Ahh, okay, the past month and some:

-Lia ([livejournal.com profile] mertondingle) came to visit. It was awesome. We went on boats, a submarine, hung out at the science center, saw a planetarium show, went to the zoo, the beach, a drive-in movie (iron man 2!) and got drunk enough that we both passed out before we got to what we'd actually planned on doing while drunk. I may be forgetting something (besides most of that night).

-My brother visited and it was alright. I helped pick out a purse for Mom's birthday in August and he paid. I hope she likes it.

-My classes next semester will be as follows, provided that I can actually get Financial Aid. I don't know what the hell is going on with that. I have to go in and ask, I think.
anyhow: Intermediate Algebra, An Anthropology Lab, Descriptive Astronomy, Music Theory for Guitar and History of Rock Music. The last two are just to fill out my credits - but awesome! In the Spring I have to apply for graduation and I'll receive two associates degrees for all my dilly dallying. One in English and one in Creative Writing.

-Comic-con starts tomorrow and I'm completely panicking about it. Not only because it's 100,000+ people, but because I've just realised that my registration for Thursday was never emailed to me. I've emailed the con people and I got back a form email that said I'd be able to pick it up with just an ID, buuuut the main site says differently, so I emailed the registration people too. Ahhhhh.
EDIT: Actually, they never send me a Thursday ticket because I never bought one. fffffff.

Aaaaaaah

Jun. 2nd, 2010 01:35 am
cosmic_celery: (DW: 5  I'll explain later)
Okay, need to make a post now to go over quickly everything that's happened in the past couple weeks:

Finals taken, classes finished! I had a moment of sheer terror when I walked in for my British Literature final - I was two hours late! It's like one of those terrible cliche dreams, except I wasn't naked (that might have improved the situation, who knows). But the professor was very understanding and I wrote my final essay in his office while he started working on the rest of the class's papers. At one point another teacher walked up to the door and asked him if he was done with grading and he responded that he hasn't but all he had left were the Brit lit papers and Brit Lit students aren't just any old students. XD

So, I have an A in British lit, a B in both Mythology and Communications and don't know what my grade is yet for my Self-Defense class, but probably a B. Overall, I've got around a 3.0 now. That's good for me!

This morning I drove up with mom to take my driver's exam, but (alas) I made a FATAL ERROR and failed. Basically, I swung into traffic too early and a car had to avoid me. Oooops. I was trying to rush passing the test (well, as rushed as you can get taking a drive test at 21) for super secret special reasons, which meant that I had to take it downtown rather than around where I live. Oh well. I shall reschedule and try again. Maybe in an area I'm more familiar with next time!

I had a school counselor appointment today, wherein I learned that I have to take more classes than I thought I had to take, that I have to attend Fall and Spring, and that I'm going to come out of it with two Associates degrees (English and English Creative Writing), two certificates, and possibly one other thing. In the fall I have to take more math and science...which I've been studiously avoiding. Also, I might need to take an American Lit class? I have to go back and check.

I also took a look at a music theory class that they have being taught on the guitar. I've been practicing the guitar just about everyday, but it would be great to actually know more about what I'm doing and how the guitar actually works as an instrument.

I felt absolutely terrible after my test today, but I do know that I'm on a track. I'm going somewhere!

(lets hope it's not off a cliff)

cosmic_celery: (Beatles: Ringo camera & ciggie)
I'm on Spring break now for a week. However, I still have a paper to write and a few things to do for class ...so it's not like I've got nothing to do. I got my Mythology story back, a B (because I didn't do an outline) with 'well written' marked on it and nothing else. And My English teacher lost my in class essay, but later e-mailed me to me that I got an A. I suppose both of these are good, and I will try my best not to read too much into him losing my paper.

I was invited to some birthday party/Easter egg hunt next Saturday and I have no idea if I want to go. (I don't know if I could even get there...odd bus schedules and such.) There's...I suppose that I should go since it's the only social event I've been invited to in over a year, but on the other hand that seems like a really crappy reason to go. I am a bit of a social phobic about this sort of thing - and hanging around a group of people I don't know for a few hours doesn't sound like my idea of a good time. My problem is, I'm not sure if I don't want to go because I'm scared or if I really just don't want to go.

I do know that I want to put on a swimsuit and sit around the pool reading a book. It's been really nice out lately. Getting a bit of sun sounds like a wonderful idea.

We've been reading Victorians in British Lit, and I've taken the opportunity to start reading Arthur & George by Julian Barnes. It's an alternate history set around Arthur Conan Doyle and a fictional character named George Edalji. I'm nearly two hundred pages in and the two of them still haven't met, so I'm expecting that will happen at the climax of the story. I haven't decided if I like it yet, but the story has been engaging so far. It is interesting, though, to be reading a book set in the same period I'm currently studying. Knowing a bit of background definitely helps.

Life update

Mar. 5th, 2010 02:55 am
cosmic_celery: (RAGAD: juggling)
So, my Grandma seems to be doing alright. I'm still pretty worried about her, but she's going to get some more information before she does anything serious and that seems like the best was to go about things.

Last week I went into the bank with a bond (that I've mentioned here before) and cashed it in. I'd been told that it could be worth around a thousand bucks, as I've had it for twenty years. It's worth a lot less than I thought it was worth. Only about a hundred and fifty bucks. But ah well.

It's already been spent. I bought a few things I'd been thinking about getting for a while: some sunglasses, a program to help me learn guitar (the thing has just been sitting around and I can't stand it), and a pretty nice little microphone. I'd been talking with my grandma about how she wants to record some of the stories about her mother and grandmother and the stories she knows from them. I figure if I had something a bit better than the built-in mic on my laptop, I could actually make that happen. So that's what I did.

So now I've got no money. A while back I applied to be a first reader for the online science fiction magazine Strange Horizons and, after almost a month, they got back to me saying that "after some discussion of your application and your comments on your favorite and least-favorite SH stories, we think this probably isn't a good match. We thought you made some good comments, but we just don't feel that our tastes and yours mesh well enough for this position." Pfft. I can't even get a non-paying job.

But I still have yet to sell any of the stuff I've set aside, and I'm really looking forward to the stuff I'm getting. I'm trying to think of alternative uses for the mic. What would you people want to hear? poetry? my writing? excruciating guitar practice and gradual improvement? I kind of hate the sound of my own voice, so maybe it'd be like immersion therapy. I don't know.

Aaaanyway. Still liking my British lit class, and still annoyed by the ineffective teacher in my mythology class, but I'm doing well in both. Self defense class was really uncomfortable the other night because he choose me as a volunteer to practice a few moves in front of the class. That is, he "attacked" while I practiced in front of everyone. This is probably partly because my mom can't really do things in the same way a young, fit person could. Also, I think he likes me. I have no idea why. He doesn't seem to like my mom at all. It's funny since she's usually the one who's great with people. I don't like him as much as the guy he has coming in to help out with demonstrations every once in a while. This guy and the teacher seem to be a bit gay together. Again, I don't know, but it's hard not to go there when one of them's straddling the other. (And no, it's not a pleasant image. Neither of them are exactly Greek gods.} Ahem...but anyway...

Had an in-class essay comparing Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale" and Shelley's "To a Skylark" and I got a 94%! Though I think he's a very easy grader with the in-class essays. The guy next to me, a complete idiot, got a B.

Next we're reading through Dickens' Hard Times. I need to read that this weekend...and I'd like to start on a book I bought called Arthur and George by Julian Barnes. It's an alternate history novel surrounding an original character and Aurthur Conan Doyle in late Victorian England. ...and the next EDA, and some art stuff. And research. Oh, and writing. I haven't done any writing. And...a bunch of other stuff.

Agh. Too much to do.
cosmic_celery: (DW: 11 er...)
I'm going to drop the Physics class. The concepts I understand, but the class is just structured terribly and the teachers aren't good at explaining much of anything. I need to come back to either an easier class or a better teacher.

Probably best for my sanity too.

cosmic_celery: (DW: 9 you've got to be kidding)
I'm tired. Today I finished reading Dominion for the EDA read-a-long (discussion post up at [livejournal.com profile] act_three by the way - I'll have to respond to responses tomorrow).

I finished my physics homework (with some help from a classmate who didn't get some of the questions I found easy. Ah well. different sorts of minds.) I still have the workbook to do and a lab write up to...write up. I read most of the reading for next week's English class on Roj William Blake. Need to do reading and a write-up on my name for Mythology. The teacher's a bit mystical and she wants us to write the "major impression" we get from our own name. Fuck if I know what that means. Don't have to write much for it though, so I should be able to bullshit a paragraph or so.

Trying to fit in doing other things is a bit tough. I need to schedule myself a lot tighter if I want to get anything besides schoolwork done.

goals

Jan. 28th, 2010 12:43 am
cosmic_celery: (Jeeves and Wooster: what now)
I've been to all of my classes now, and the English classes (Mythology and British Literature 2) seem like they're going to be manageable. Physics still scares the crap outta me. I definitely need to apply a lot of time to that one. If I keep on top of things (read: don't slack off) I should be able to get through this semester.

Mom likes the Self Defense class a lot more than I do. I think she's much more aggressive than I am. I'm okay with learning different moves and stuff, but I don't want to imagine the pad I'm hitting is some imaginary dude getting a knee to the balls. Also, it's much more an anti-rape class than a self defense class. Okay, it's common, but that's not the only scenario in which someone might attack a woman.

Being in the British Lit (actually, aside: The Professor, who was born and lived in England, mentioned that calling someone from Britain a 'Brit' is considered an insult? I've never heard that before) class has reminded me that I haven't written much of anything lately and I really need to start writing again. So starting now, I'm going to try writing a short story or poem every two weeks. With all my classes, I know that once a week is just going to be too much.

I'm going to make a list of everything I write this year, and post them to this journal (under lj cuts, of course). I'm also making a list of all the books I've read this year. Right now it's a measly two books (both EDAs). Hopefully this will make me a bit more motivated to do both more writing and reading.

Understandably, I'm probably going to be online a lot less than I have been recently. Sorry, guys.

(Also, sorry for cluttering up your flist with the two posts to follow)

cosmic_celery: (DW: 5: Turlough hands)
THE HONESTY MEME

So, go be honest with me, especially if I'm constantly annoying you or something.

__

I started school today. I've been really intensely anxious this past week. I suppose it's a result of doing all my classes online last semester. I haven't really been around people I don't know in months...and now it's just completely jarring to be around so many. My first class in the morning is physics (physics phyyysics physics) which on one hand is really interesting to me. On the other hand, it seems like it's going to be tons of work and is going to involve math that I'm not entirely comfortable with. (Yes, I'm really very awful at most math.) I sat front and center which should both get me to pay attention and scare the shit out of me on a daily basis.

The other class I attended today was my Self Defense class that I'm taking with Mom. It's the same teacher that taught the T'ai Chi class, which is alright. He talked for a while today about different types of predators. A lot of it just seems common sense to me. Look around, be aware of your surroundings, most attackers are someone the victim already knows, that sort of thing. I'm not sure if Mom's going to do very well in the class because she can't really hit the pads and things without it hurting her (though he said it would be fine). Her and her Doctor have been trying to figure out a new medication to deal with her pain issues (she has rheumatoid arthritis), but the stuff they just put her on was making her feel sick, so their going to try something else.

Not sure how that's going to work out, especially since my Grandma in going in for a surgery next week. She has a big growth on one of her ovaries that they're going to go in and remove because it's causing some problems for her. The whole idea scares the shit out of me. She's tough as nails, but she's also almost 90 years old.

...And because most of my post was a bummer:

I've been on a Smiths kick this week and had the following conversation with mom:

Her: That guy has a really unique voice.
Me: It's Morrissey.
Her: ...Van Morrissey?

Tomorrow I've got my physics lab (with a different teacher than the lectures), mythology and British lit. We'll see how it goes. But...I'm signing off now as I've got to be awake in a few hours. Man, this early rising is going to take some getting used to.

Random bits

Jan. 7th, 2010 10:59 am
cosmic_celery: (DW: 11 er...)
Firstly, for the flist: Who's going to Gallifrey One? And who knows that they're coming to the San Diego Comic-Con? I know I'll be at Comic-Con, but the iffyness of everyone's attitudes toward Gally was making me reconsider it...I'm not completely sure I'm able to go anyway, but if a bunch of people were going I might think twice.

AND A QUICK EDIT TO SAY: Holy shit, four day passes and Saturday day passes to Comic-Con are already sold out. Suppose if I'm going I'm not going on Saturday!

For some reason my sleep schedule has swung around and I've been getting up...in the morning. This is horrific and will not stand. Also, it is a fine idea to be done with classes by two in the afternoon, but I'm starting to dearly regret that I've signed up for a class that meets at eight o'clock in the morning. I'm sure that it will be interesting given my predilection for not being awake at that time of day.

I've been thinking about getting my hair cut short. Half of me really really wants to cut it, as it will be fun, easy and cute and my hair won't take forever and a half to dry, and the other half of me is thinking that it will look horrible and people will assume I'm a lesbian (or um, a guy...as happened once the last time I had short hair :|).

There's a terribly self-destructive part of myself that when somebody starts complimenting me on something, I immediately have to change it. So, I starting hearing "omg, pretty hair! so long!" and a little voice chimes in in my head saying "welp, time to cut our hair." I already did cut it a bit, by myself. Maybe it has something to do with wanting to be recognized for non-physical characteristics, or maybe it really is just as self-destructive as I'm assuming it is.

oh man what should I do here have some pictures )

I've also been through my closet and took out a bunch of stuff. I'm hoping that I can sell some of it. Maybe I'll take a look through my books too, but I'm not sure if there's anything in there that people would actually go looking for (other than at their local bookstore).

cosmic_celery: (HP: Snape as Marley)
I got my grades back, and I passed all my classes! (If you were wondering, "I passed all my classes!" is what terrible, terrible, students say when they get their grades back.) All in all, that's three Bs and one C. Woo.

Christmas (C'rizzmas) tomorrow! So a very merry Christmas to everyone if I don't make a post tomorrow. Christmas cards have all been sent out, so I hope you enjoy them when you get them.

I think I'll be doing all my [livejournal.com profile] fandom_stocking filling after the holiday, as nothing there gets revealed until the first. (my stocking here yadda yadda)

Hatter had a post at [livejournal.com profile] dear_mun the other day, which went...alright. Maybe. He got pervy.

I have to knit like a demon today to get a scarf finished for my grandma, so...

Blarg

Dec. 19th, 2009 11:52 am
cosmic_celery: (DLM: mason - british bum)
Just finished my final for World History and got it turned in. Have a few minor things left to do still for classes, but they're small. Sooooo yes.

I've created two new RP accounts (wth am I doing? I already have a bunch I don't play!). Also, I put all my characters up in my profile so it's easier for me to get to 'em.

One is [livejournal.com profile] kode_boy, Kode from the EDAs (well, Interference, specifically) and the other is [livejournal.com profile] not_so_mad, the Hatter from Siffys new Alice movie thing. I didn't even like the movie quite a lot, but I'm interested in his character before Alice shows up (and not even in an 'oooh he's mine, bitch' sort of way). He's apparently working both sides of the lines, all the while managing to be pretty well off...which is surprising for a guy with his personality. So I'm going to flesh out his past a bit, I think. We'll see.



SECONDLY: I feel like doing a bit of uploading, but I don't want to do that "pick a number and I'll give you a song" meme, so I'm creating a new one!

Post here with a character's name, and I'll upload you a song that reminds me of them. (Characters I'm familiar with would be nice. Pick your rp characters if you want. Or random others. Whatever.)

cosmic_celery: (RD: bad planning)
First of all, flist, are you interested in Fitz but know nothing about him? I'm gauging interest in an EDA read-along, so if you're interested, head over to [livejournal.com profile] act_three and put in a word!

As for me-

I've spent today figuring out what classes I'll be taking next semester, and I think I'll be able to fit them all in to graduate with my AA in English (emphasis in creative writing!) after the semester. ...and I have to figure out how to file for graduation since there's no information on the website.

Those classes will (hopefully) be:
Intro to Physics (with a lab) - fills the sciences requirement and doesn't require higher mathematics or protective eyewear. Physicsphysicsphysicsphysicsphysicsphysics phyyyyyysics physics.

Mythology - I e-mailed the professor when I was thinking of taking this class a couple semesters ago and expressed my worries about her textbook, which I've heard is largely inaccurate. She never responded to me...so I hope that she doesn't remember my name.

British Literature II - with the same teacher I took before, who is actually English and a good teacher...even though he called me Susan once (I am not called Susan).

Interpersonal Communication - a requirement which I have to re-take because I missed a major assignment while I had a fever of 103 and was coughing up a lung a couple weeks ago. (And he wouldn't give me an extension on the dang thing either.)

Self-Defense for Women - (not sure why just women. Can't guys learn to kick guys in the balls too?) with the same teacher I'm taking T'ai Chi from this semester, and is actually practical as well as filling the fitness requirement.

I also need to figure out if 1) I can get into a four year institution and 2) if I can afford it without taking out massive loans. The answer to both of these questions is most likely no, given that California colleges are currently restricting admissions, I'm not a particularly desirable candidate, and I have no money. :|

blegh

Oct. 29th, 2009 11:26 am
cosmic_celery: (MASH: wearing me out)
Ugh. Okay. I'm officially sick. Mom's had some bad bronchitis this past week and it seems like I've caught it. Whoo. At least it's not the pig sniffles.

I turned in my midterm for World History a couple days late...which I reaaaaallly hope he'll take. One thing about online classes is it's harder to fudge with the deadlines.

Now, I think I'll go...pass out or...Oh, right, I've got to write that paper about how Rosencrantz and Guildenstern fail at communicating yadda yadda.

cosmic_celery: (DW: 4 Duggan - who do I thump)
Okay, so while most of San Diego geekdom is at ComicCon, I have been at home. AT HOME.

What I did do this week:
I visited the allergist doctor (Yes, I had to go back and re-type doctor with a lower-case d). I don't like him much because he's touchy-feely and likes to stare at my boobs...and he made me wait around for an hour. Anyway, he thinks that I'm not having an allergic reaction to anything AT ALL, but in fact have some sort of virus that's gone systemic. That means that my body will fight it off on it's own - which seems like it might be the case since the bumps on my legs are nearly all gone.

I also got books in the mail for three of my classes, the anthropology book looks interesting and informative, the world history book looks like a standard textbook, and the interpersonal communication textbook looks like it was written in some sort of cuddly, ineffectual-quote ridden hell. All around, pretty much what I'd expected.

Also, I updated my lovely Fitz comm [livejournal.com profile] act_three with a new banner and a slightly new look. The old banner was bugging me because it didn't look like Fitz to me, but this one does. Also, go join if you haven't!

And tomorrow, I get to meet [livejournal.com profile] faience!

cosmic_celery: (DW: cyberman)
The requisite "I'm a crap student" explanation:
I fucked around for my first year of college, so this year I should be will be completing my Associates Degree. I'm getting an Associate's first instead of just going for my Bachelor's for two reasons: the immediate job benefits, and so my parents will stop asking how much longer it will take before I get a degree.

This and next semester, therefore, I'm taking all classes that are required for the AA and nothing else. Also, save one, they are all online classes this time around! I'm still holding out hope that I'll manage to get a job and that will definitely help.

So:
Intro to Physical Anthropology
An introduction to physical anthropology, the study of human biology and behavior from an evolutionary perspective. Topics covered include evolutionary theory, principles of genetics, biology and behavior of nonhuman primates, the fossil evidence for human and primate evolution, and modern human biological and cultural diversity.

Modern American History
A survey of the political, social, and cultural development of the modern United States, with emphasis upon the economic, social, and technological changes, and the rise of the United States as a world power.

Modern World History
A survey of world history from 1500 to the present with particular focus on modern Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas, the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East. Emphasis will be placed on the origins of maritime exploration, artistic/intellectual movements, revolutions, nationalism, empires, technological breakthroughs, industrialization, imperialism, world wars, totalitarianism, decolonization

Interpersonal Communication
This course provides the student an opportunity to learn and apply, in daily life, practical principles of interpersonal communication. The emphasis is on personal, situational and cultural influences on interaction. It is designed to assist students in improving their own interpersonal communication skills. Attention is given to human perception, interpersonal dynamics, listening, conflict management, verbal and nonverbal symbol systems.

(Ugh. Yes, required - but it's online, so no actual communicating with people? I can only hope.)

And both me and mom are taking T'ai Chi, so that's one of my required exercise classes covered.

No more math or German for a while, because I've fulfilled those AA requirements, but I'm definitely going to have to take more of both later on. I'll need to practice my German constantly! Maybe this will give me the opportunity to build up my vocabulary and get a better grasp on word endings.

cosmic_celery: (RAGAD: purely theoretical)
Okay, so, I was browsing through the UCSD (University of California San Diego) linguistics department's website earlier today. I wanted to see what the lower level requirements were and yadda yadda prerequisites yadda yadda. By the way, it says I need two years foreign language and they're on the quarter system...so how many semesters is that? Two? Four? I have no idea.

Anyway, I clicked on the "Reading Groups" section of the site and found this:

The Experimental Syntax Reading Group meets every other Friday at 11 am to discuss methods of collecting syntactic data in an objective and precise manner.

Now, I don't know if I'd actually be interested in joining that sort of group. What I do know is that for some reason that is the sexiest sentence ever.



Clearly I have some sort of problem.

cosmic_celery: (DW: 6 Mark of the Rani: School Chums)
Oh, I haven't made a post at my proper journal in a week. Well, here's a post to rectify that.

Also, a quick pimp for [livejournal.com profile] brb_gallifrey since we're talking about Mark of the Rani this week!

Things that have happened in the past week:
- I've filed my FAFSA (free application for student aid), so I should know within the week what sort of aid I get, if any. I hope I get something in addition to the fee waiver, since I really don't have money to be buying books and things.
- I made my mom's boyfriend upset enough to leave the house after I yelled at him for suggesting that gay people are more likely to become homicidal lunatics than straight people. The whole situation was not good and I've reminded myself that I need to stay logical when people push my buttons instead of storming off in a huff.
- In related news, my mother said "You don't really want a rainbow umbrella, do you? People will think you're gay." GAH. Seriously, mom? Grow up.
- On a lighter note, I got some fabric:
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That's some Hawaiian shirt fabric for my Six vest (still need to get a couple more in the right colors) and some gingham for adding to my shirt. I'm not exactly sure how I'm going to do that part yet, but I'll figure it out.

cosmic_celery: (RAGAD: blissfully unaware)
I passed all my classes this semester! Yay.

Today I went through my closet, cleaned, and got rid of tons of clothes that don't fit or which I don't wear any more. There's still much in there that sort of fits, so that stays. But really...I had stuff in there that I've been carting around since middle school and probably hasn't fit since then. Going to move on to cleaning the rest of my room either tonight or tomorrow...and going through and organizing all my papers. If I haven't completely burned out by then maybe I'll go through my books. Eep.

Since I'm not sure if I'm getting that job, and I'm not taking any summer classes, I think that I'm going to devote my summer to actually doing things I've been meaning to do.

As always, however, I'm interested in doing too many things. I'm sure if I was able to fully devote myself to one thing, I'd be a master of whatever it was. But if I budget my time, I think that I can do some of what I want to do. I'd like to renew my interest in piano and in juggling, to write a thousand words a day, work on more comics, and research for a couple things I've been interested in. Also, I should be studying German so that the whole of what I've learned doesn't fall out of my head.

And if I do get the job I'll have even less time, but I want to be productive! And, I figure, if I at least try to do all of those things, I'll get a lot done along the way.

cosmic_celery: (DW: 6 - space hibiscus)
My finals are finally finalized. Won't know my grades for a few more days. I'm not expecting outstanding grades, as this semester was me taking all the classes which I got Ds in in previous semesters, but I'd say I've squeaked by.

Went in and took my algebra final today. I'm not sure why the teacher liked me so much. He either had a huge crush on me or was glad that someone intelligent was in his class, but either way I'll definitely be passing. It might be to my advantage to take a math class with him in the future, since he does like me, and knows that my knowledge of math is pretty limited. Math does interest me, but it's frustrating that I can't just jump to the parts that interest me the most because I have to get down all of this basic stuff first.

I really don't want to take the next level of German, because I'd have to take it with a teacher that I don't like. He's very pretentious, and he doesn't think on the same wavelength that I do, so my questions to him often don't get answered in the way I'd like them to. I wish my current German teacher was teaching German three. *grumble* Maybe I'll write some LiveJournal posts in German as preparation. (I apologize in advance to my Flisters in Germany. My grammar is beyond terrible.)

No call yet from the casino, but they did say a week or two.

cosmic_celery: (RAGAD: Delve)
Name fifteen favorite fannish pairings (het/slash/canon/fanon), and ask people if they notice any common traits/tendencies in the pairings you choose. Try to pick different fandoms.

EDIT: Now with YouTube vids (where they exist...and don't completely suck) to make it more interesting.

1. Six/the Rani (Doctor Who)
2. George/Mason (Dead Like Me)
3. Valentine/Helena (Mirrormask)
4. Five/Tegan (Doctor Who)
5. Rimmer/Lister (Red Dwarf)
6. Harry/Luna (Harry Potter)
7. Snape/Hermione (Harry Potter)
8. Wash/Zoe (Firefly)
9. Fitz/Eight (Doctor Who)
10. Aaron/Mahandra (Wonderfalls)
11. Merton/Lori (Big Wolf on Campus)
12. Six/Peri (Doctor Who)
13. Rodney/Radek (Stargate Atlantis) Yes, I know it makes no sense.
14. Sam/Annie (Life on Mars)
15. Ford Prefect/towels (Hitchhiker's...yeah, I'm kidding with this one)

Ah, bastards and crazies! How promising. But do tell me what ya think.

In other news, I finished two of my finals today, and got my research paper back. I got an 89 out of a hundred. One point shy of an A! Maybe she's not capable of giving me an A - I've gotten Bs all semester. :P

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