A Good Tourtière - Ms C
Friday, November 15, 2002
Then later today, we (lab partner and I) had a little informal meeting with the head of the physics student society, whom we both find incompetent in his duties to represent us as a physics student body... and we're planning a coup. COUP! (*one for you, one for you, and one for you!*
We got a person from our lab so riled up he's planning to write to the head of the physics department. Good luck! (COUP!!!)
Well, time to get cracking on the History of Statistics of the 17th and 18th centuries. This stuff is very interesting, and I'm only up to an eighth of the book of lecture notes by K. Pearson. I suggest people who are into mathematics, really crack open one of these books (you know, NON-mathematical-technical books?) and give them a good read. I mean, that's what you're in university for, right? To be learned in the subject you are choosing, by both EXPERIMENTING with the topics throughout, and THEORIZING on possible paths to take in your subject? (***coughstupidcoughignorantcoughphysicscoughpresident***)
Yeah, I'm being cheap. Well, back to work. COOOOOOUUUUUUUP!!!
I heard Taskforce (next door to SUMS) found my older comics, still on my Fortunecity site, found the pictures of Zaripu (Big Pu) I drew, printed one out and put it up on their cabinet door. Of course, I went to verify this, and I found that it was indeed, TRUE. I'm sure they know who drew this, but the fact that they didn't really credit me was a bit sad, so I signed it and ran away. :)
Shout out to those of you who wanted tourtière but it's not here yet! I'm trying to translate a bit of it every night, but meat and meat-processing terms are kind of hard to translate for someone who doesn't cook (period), let alone cook in French. I promise that this thing to be out before I go home to Quebec for the holidays, in December!
Sorry for the vegans I offend with tourtière. :p