So this past weekend (September 28th) I went to a Magic tournament where I ended up tying for Forth but because of Tiebreakers I actually finished 10th. I am actually getting ready for another one coming up soon in Dallas that I am working on and I am hoping to repeat that performance, because losing 450$ to tie breakers really sucks. Plus the fact that my Deck List got posted on the Internet and I've been getting Facebook Messages all week about my deck.
I confess my hunger to gain knowledge makes me happy whenever I read or learn stuff like biology, chemistry, medical stuff, body, and etcetera. However, if it's something like math, I confess I want to stay away from it.
I confess that my being unable to pass calculus (with derivatives) makes me feel like a dumbass and sometimes a slow learner because it takes a while before I understand it. Even then, I screwed up on the test because I forgot. Though I guess to my credit, I barely put in any effort or bothered.
Science-related: I was sterilizing a spreader to spread bacteria on a plate and the bunsen burner was too close to the ethanol and it lit on fire... and also broke the bowl I had it in. I think was pyrex too.
I couldn't tell the truth to my boss.
Last edited by kindredxiuxiu; October 08, 2013 at 10:33 AM.
I confess I find it very hard to picture the past in color. like, pre-60s. I guess it's because of movies. :\
Like Gangster Squad. Definitely helps, but I guess I'm too used to black and white of the olden days. Funnily, I also imagine Medieval Ages in paint/painted glass.
ANYWAY, if you're if Dallas, let me know the exact time and dates via PM. I lost my phone a couple of weeks ago, but I check MH very often and my email address as well, which I think you already have. I'll come see you at the tournament to the very least!!
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Most of the time I'm totally fine, but then there are the times that I wish I could find that one person... That one person who would play through the Star Trek video game with me ALL the way through.
In more ways than one.