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"To name an object is to supress three-quarters of the enjoyment to be found in a poem... suggestion, that is the dream."
-Stephane Mallarme (Parisian Poet of the Symbolist Movement circa. 19th Century)

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The 100 Poem Feature|||3 Word Contest
September 2014|||September 2014
October 2014|||October 2014
November 2014|||November 2014
Poem of the Day|||Project S.E.A.

My Personality Type:
ISTJ - "Trustee". Decisiveness in practical affairs. Guardian of time- honored institutions. Dependable. 11.6% of total population.


:star:Five Facts:star:
:target: Piscean
:target: 6ft 1in
:target: Favourite numbers: 1,3,4,5,7,9
:target: Short-Sighted
:target: Ex-Smoker

:reading: Books I'm currently reading :reading:
:bulletred: Ulysses, The 1922 Edition by James Joyce
:bulletred: The Establishment And How They Got Away With It by Owen Jones
:bulletred: Selected Tales by Edgar Allan Poe
:bulletred: The Wind In The Willows by Kenneth Grahame
:bulletred: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami

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Survived my first week as a student (again). Though my experience has been and will be different from my earlier attempt back in 2009/2010. One of the first things is the entire class is male. Great... :/ I genuinely was hoping for a little bit of diversity. 75% of my group are not even 20, and only myself and 2 others are over 25, one of whom is Spanish and has difficulty understanding English. Call me biased but I seriously doubt I'd form any friendship with a) a group of moody prepubescent teenagers, b) a group who still get horny from world of warcraft and c) a group of loudmouths who like to giggle while I'm trying to concentrate on solving a series of equations. So for this semester and the next, I'm gonna be alone. Don't get me wrong, I'll participate in say group discussions/activities in class, but when it's break, lunch, or home, it's my time not theirs.

Regardless of my disappointment of a class, the actual substance of my course is really interesting and because I studied non-stop for several months even before the course began, I have a distinct advantage. :nod: Which is bloody great for me, since all I need to do is carry on and revise what I already know until I have it memorised.

Monday, I have from 9am to 1:15pm I have four hours of Electrical Engineering, where I'll be studying Electrical Principles, DC Machines, Circuit Symbol Principles, and some other stuff, after that at 2:15pm until 4:30pm I have a Computing class, where all assignments are open-book, which will be easy as pi.

Tuesday, from 9am until 11:15am I have Math, which for the first time in my life is so easy I only about stopped myself from laughing. For this semester I'm looking at Algebra and Trigonometry, and oh graphing too. All of which I studied to the point if exhaustion. After that until 12:15am I have a Learner Development thing I have to attend. :shrug: Don't really know why it's important, but meh, I'll attend since it's only an hour. From 1:15pm to 4:30pm, I'm stuck in the basement a la "workshop" learning how to strip cables, install plugs, sockets, light fixtures and learning about trunking. Which means I have to wear a stupid boiler suit. :/ I know for certain I'm definitely not interested in becoming an electrician. I'll try my best and enjoy the most of it, but I hope come next year that I'll be able to work with integrated circuit boards more as an electronics engineer than an electrical engineer. :dummy:

Wednesday, 9am until 11:15am, I'm blessed with the oh so great Communications. *Cue sarcastic yay!* Yay! Ugh, this is essentially designed to see how competent I am in reading, speaking, and writing. Though me and my lecturer kind of got off on the wrong footing. Ask a simple question, and you get a moody response, followed by uncalled for rudeness. Though I'm not some acne ridden brat, I held my tongue. I'm here to get what I need. He doesn't have to like me. He just has to do his job. To get through this course before Christmas, I have to write up a report, analysis a report and take minutes at a fictitious group meeting. Didn't help the first morning I was tasked with writing up a description of a system from work. Which is annoying because a) I struggle to write or think on the spot, b) I'd been up since 5am, a time my body is still getting used to and which by 9am I'm either cranky or I'm comfortably numb in lalaland, and c) I can't friggin' remember half of what I did when I worked. Half the time I was stacking shelves and thinking about other things. Oh, and my report is supposed to be based on a problem from work. :shrug: I have a week to scratch around in my brain to find a plausible problem from the times I did work to write up a 1,400 word report. Gah! :facepalm: After Communication, I'm back doing my Electrical Engineering from 11:15am till 1:15pm, lunch, then 2:15pm until I go home at 4:30pm.

And that essentially is my week at College for the foreseeable future. I'll still be around, I'm not going to stop writing or being active. :nod: Though if I have an exam then I'll need to revise. :nod:

Oh, and in other news. The College refectory which I tried, was meh. The meal was okay. But served on a paper party plate, with plastic knife and fork? Uhm, no. I'm a student not a madman. I had to break three knives just to cut a chicken breast. :/ What happened to good ol' fashioned stainless steel cutlery? My solution after Monday, was to start bringing in a ready prepared meal by moi. :nod:

If anyone is interested in learning a little about electricity and a bit about circuits let me know, and I'll write up a journal. :squee:

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Mrs-Freestar-Bul Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
University is keeping you busy I guess :w00t: Best luck :hug:
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NemoX7 Featured By Owner 6 days ago   Writer
Kind of. :giggle: I was just about to write up a journal in regards to my first week. :nod:
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Mrs-Freestar-Bul Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Looking forward to reading it :)
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MagicalJoey Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2015   Writer
Hi there.

You are this week's featured deviant over at My-Soul-Bleeds-Ink .
Come and check out your four featured works on our front page in a box just for you.

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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015

Hey! :rose:


I wanted to drop by personally to say thanks for joining TheWritePlace! I’m excited that people seem enthusiastic about it :giggle: If you wanna know more about our group check out Our Rules (there aren’t many and they’re all mostly common sense to me!) or just ask! If you fancy getting more involved we do have positions open which you can find out about here. For now I hope you enjoy the group and find it helpful. If you have ideas on how to make it more useful, suggestions, feedback, anything, just let us know - and when our chatroom #TheWritePlace officially launches (soon) I hope to see you in there too :love:


- Kate :heart:


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