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March 1st, 2006


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06:57 pm - Cheesy Chicken Enchilada
This Saturday, I'm flying out to the Bay Area for two weeks (March 4 - March 18) in order to learn the medical writing ropes and such so that I can better work remotely as I prepare to move in April, assuming I find a subletter. That was a long sentence. Basically, if anyone has anything cool planned (Oscars viewing party? BSG finale viewing party? VM return viewing party? Anyone?), please invite me. Especially the Oscars, because I don't want to have to deal with my homophobic uncle groaning when Brokeback Mountain starts winning stuff.

Really, this post is an excuse for the following poll. I am easily amused, as you well know.

Poll #682888 Rob Does Not Have a Large Vocabulary

When I told Rob I got a job, he was:

thrilled
23(24.5%)
jazzed
52(55.3%)
Duncan is good! Logan is bad!
19(20.2%)

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Current Music: Rilo Kiley - A Man/Me/Then Jim

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From:meghatron
Date:March 2nd, 2006 12:25 am (UTC)
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If you have any interest in venturing down south to LA for a day, we're having a Doctor Who viewing party on the 17th, when the new series premieres on Sci-Fi.
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From:spectralbovine
Date:March 2nd, 2006 01:13 am (UTC)
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It's not the new series; it's the old series. The new series doesn't premiere until April, I don't think. On the BBC.

Also, isn't L.A. a bit of a drive? I am working that day, and I fly out the next morning, so I won't be able to do that. But I definitely plan to make it down there eventually, once I'm settled over there.
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From:meghatron
Date:March 2nd, 2006 01:21 am (UTC)
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It's not the new series; it's the old series. The new series doesn't premiere until April, I don't think. On the BBC.

Hee. I'm Old School; it's still the "new" series to me, because it's Nine and not One through Seven. (Eight is such a middle ground, because he only had that random tv movie and then lived primarily in the audios for years and years. He's like a phantom haunting the BBC's declaration of "hiatus.")

Yes, L.A. would be about eight hours if you go the speed limit. Another time, then, if you're working right up to the day before you leave.

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