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By breaking rule 1, you would be...
Writing device drivers for Lunix 12%
Composing a painstakingly-researched article for Adequacy 50%
Fingerpainting 12%
Jerking off 12%
Posting on Slashdot 0%
Reading about Lunix 0%
Playing UT all day 0%
Planning your wardrobe for the next week 12%

Votes: 8

 The Rules of Engagement

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Oct 18, 2001
1) Don't do anything practical or useful
2a) Make sure you are actually fascinated/interested in what you're doing.
2b) Do something that will get you laid.
3) By no means think about work or school until you weekend is over.

These are the rules that I have decided to set for myself this (4-day) weekend. I came up with them after going through a process that I'm not going to bother to talk about now (that would break rule 1). Discuss.

P.S. See you all Tuesday (maybe).


My favorite neoteny spell (none / 0) (#1)
by chloedancer on Thu Oct 18th, 2001 at 06:04:39 PM PST
Know all the questions, but not the answers
Try to think of the different instead of the same;
Don't walk where there's room for running
And don't do anything that can't be a game.

(Zilpha Keatley Snider - The Changeling)

Good luck... (none / 0) (#2)
by hauntedattics on Fri Oct 19th, 2001 at 07:44:14 AM PST
...and remember the Trojans.


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