September 24th, 2003

Bloodheart

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Has anyone else here ever done Sociology - did you find trouble keeping teachers?
I went to 2 different colleges, in the 4 years (courses are 2 years, 1 course at each of the 2 colleges) I had 6 different teachers, I know other people who had more than 1 or 2 teachers in sociology too, is it something about being a sociology teacher that makes you more prone to moving locations, moving colleges, loosing jobs, having to share classes or what?
dredg

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I am thinking of getting a part time job at Borders bookstore while I search for a career. I have worked a total of two times at a computer store for a total time of 2 years so I have customer service experience. I made $7.50 an hour there. How much should I ask for at the bookstore?
random//my dumb face

Orgy... the band

Does anyone know if the band Orgy broke up or if they're just taking a long time to put out a new album. I know Bobby left but last I checked their official website still even had him listed as a member. O_O
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    curious curious
leave your turntable on

I ask too many dorky questions.

how does one flirt with someone? I'm not really comfortable around guys I like and I get all spazzy and silly, but I want to ask this one guy out and I have NO clue how to flirt with him.

And this is for the girls: do you hate quarter-length shirts? Do you wish they'd start making long-sleeved shirts again? Winter shopping is HELL for me because I want a long-sleeved shirt and all they have is damn quarter-lengths!
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    dorky dorky

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You know when you sit on your leg funny for hours and then you move it and realise it's gone numb, then 5 seconds later you're experiencing this terrible tingly feeling where if air even graces the affected area, it hurts like hell, and you just want to cut your leg off? I think it's widely known as "when your leg falls asleep."

1) What's the scientific name for this?
2) How do you get rid of it?
Bloodheart

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How do you take it when someone calls you 'pet'?
I usually call people pet in an affectionate way (I'm Geordie), or online 'pet' usually follows some sort of insult, making 'pet' patronizing.
Is there any other way of saying it, or taking it?
Bloodheart

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How would I get ahold of a video or DVD of a show from the BBC from the 1980's?
It's a documentary type thing so I thought maybe it would be available somewhere for schools. Anyone know if it is possible to get ahold of old TV shows?