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"So, Mulder, this supposed clandestine source who's contacted you how do we know that he's not just another crackpot whose encyclopedic knowledge of extraterrestrial life isn't derived exclusively from reruns of Star Trek?" - best line evah



Oh and btw, I made it, I made the test!
sevenjetc: (kill me)
"Have you ever heard of the hour of the wolf? My father told me about it. It's the time between 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning. You can't sleep, and all you can see is the troubles and the problems and the ways that your life should've gone but didn't. All you can hear is the sound of your own heart. I've been living in the hour of the wolf for seven days, Lyta. Seven days. The wolf and I are now on a first-name basis. In times like this, my father used to take one large glass of vodka before bed. To keep the wolf away, he said. And then he would take three very small drinks of vodka, just in case she had cubs while she was waiting outside. It doesn't work."
—Susan Ivanova


I've been living it since I finished the test on 11:50. And there are thirteen more hours ahead of me. Maybe it will be ok. Maybe I will go to solve my school troubles a victor, having passed the test and finish what is left of my studies. Maybe not. Maybe I will end up wishing I could turn back time. Maybe I will wish I wasn't so old. Maybe I will be drifting. Thirteen more hours. The wolf is waiting.

Studying

Jun. 22nd, 2010 08:01 am
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Studying for an exam that you failed three times already and are you on the last try is hard. It is a painful mix of crying, hysterical laughter and periods when one just does not care anymore. However, I feel a bit better tthis morning as it seems that Spiletta42 finally got me to understand the difference between metaphor and metonymy, a source of struggle for the past four years. If I pass this one gorram exam, I may actually finish the school...next june. I hope. It seems a bit screwed up:(

Musing...

Dec. 2nd, 2008 05:56 pm
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Lately I've been wondering about two, well, three important issues:

1/ is English word order applicable to mathematics in order to explain it to students, who have inflective language as the first language

2/ why is the word "boner" so attractive to people

3/ where exactly are J/C fic authors wrong with the dickage
and the winner is... )

End of today's wisdom.
sevenjetc: (cheesy)
As I was writing my Literary Studies notes. We were working with Angela Carter's 'The Company of Wolves.' Halfway through the story, following sentence started to appear among the notes.

7th paragraph - blah blah blah => first note of the werewolf (big hairy scary werewolf, huh. Don't worry, the Doctor would deal with it)
...
Wedding night story - blah blah 'not too shy to piss into a pot' - not afraid to have sex (Harkness is never too shy...by this time, he would have shagged the werewolf)
stark naked man in the forrest = werewolf (or John Barrowman taking a hike)
...
Description of the Red Riding Hat, blah blah, her virginity (guess if she is going to go for Jack or the werewolf)
...
A dashing young man with a compass introduced (Jack and his wrist computer? Or is it Lupin? Is in fact the werewolf who shagged with Jack Remus Lupin?)


Hm, I am not Jack Harkness obsessed, not at all.
sevenjetc: (Default)
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
If I repeat this a lot of times I'd start believing it.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.
Describe person or place of your choice does not mean to squee about the Doctor in 500 words.

I passed!

Feb. 8th, 2007 10:13 am
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I passed the Intro to British Studies test. I had 28points out of 40. It could have been 30, if... If I read the article about David Tennnant at Wikipedia one day earlier. I know, it sounds strange. There was this one question about which I knew nothing. All it said was 'The Troubles' and I had no idea what it was. Then last night when talking to Q, I clicked Tennant on Wiki. And I did not know whether to cry or laugh as I've read there:

Tennant traced his family tree in an episode of BBC One's popular genealogy series, Who Do You Think You Are?, broadcast on 27 September 2006. His episode explored both his Scottish ancestry, and that from Northern Ireland against the backdrop of the Troubles there. Tennant's maternal great-great-grandfather, James Blair, was a prominent Ulster Unionist member of Londonderry City Council after the partition of Ireland.

Now that I know I passed the test, I can laugh about it. One thing in the test related to David Tennant in a way and I did not know it. Life is full of surprises sometimes.
sevenjetc: (Am I)
Ok, because it is time of exams, I need to clean my mind...

a/ The Dream
I had a dream last night. Cameron and Chase were getting married on sixth floor of some posh hotel. The elevator was out of order. House, wearing tuxedo, was sitting on the chair in the reception hall and was playing with his cane, crafty smile on his face. Cuddy was out of her mind and kept on calling the elevator company and in the moments she wasn't calling them, she was threatening House that he would attend the wedding even if she had to carry him on her back the whole six floors. Wilson was sitting on the chair next to House. He was desperately trying to look serious, but kept on chuckling and exchanging amused looks with House every time Cuddy was phoning with her back towards them.


b/ The Day-dream
I have a picture in my mind. The Doctor takes Jack to see the supernova. For those who seen Doomsday - yes that supernova. For those who didn't - well, nice violet supernova. They are standing at the TARDIS door, looking at it and Jack takes Doctor's hand in his. They look at each other, realising all they lost, all the goodbyes and the ends and the things they will never have because they are both too different. Then Jack gently kisses the Doctor. They still have each other.


c/ The Hair
My hair are screwed up...I wanted a season nine Scully hairstyle and ended up with shorter version of Gwen's hairdo...I hate fringe.

d/ Fear
I am terribly afraid of the exams...my mind keeps escaping. I was sleeping Friday 3pm to Saturday noon. That is very wrong. An escape from reality...
sevenjetc: (reality)
Oh yes, it is true, I didn't write the bloody essay to the Theatrical Science class, because I have no idea how to and how many words and no one from the class was able to explain it to me. And I know I will get all yelled at for my Czech grammar, since my punctuation is completely off since I stopped writing commas in front of because and that. I should be there in 40 minutes, so I will try to ask the teacher to turn it in next week. I am terribly exhausted as every Monday and it is only 10:11. I think next week I will leave home on Sunday evening in order to get some sleep in the morning. I went home Saturday evening, so I couldn't actually leave yesterday, I had to do my laundry and stuff.

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