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Yeah, it was a very brief conversation so there was no real creepiness.

Now that I have paid more attention to my surroundings, she is in my 8-9AM Controls lecture MWF, my 8-11AM Controls lab on Tuesday, and my 2-3PM Composites lecture MWF. I don't think she is in the composites lab or thermo.

First time I had ever seen her was in vibes a couple quarters ago.
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Old 04-04-2012, 10:15 AM
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I just hope she has another year of school to go like I do. Maybe she would be interested in Formula Electric.
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Old 04-04-2012, 10:18 AM
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So Tweeze, what kind of music are you in the mood for listening to today?
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Ooooooo... you take requests? I listen to absolutely everything. Not a huge fan of country but I will listen to it. I liked the Stevie Ray Vaughan you posted the other day, Better Man. But what do you have in mind.

And btw, did I remember correctly, you play the guitar? I took guitar when I was in high school. The only Asian girl nerd in a class of long haired metal dudes. Amusing. I remember thinking I was going to die but by the end of the second month, these guys that scared the crap out of me were asking me to play duets with them. LOL!
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No, I don't play any instruments. That is Dave, Rick, Markus, and I think Glen or Stick or a couple other guys.
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I posted some Lynyrd Skynyrd the other day, I think that is what you meant. Simple Man.

Here's another one.

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Get your Ted Nugent before he was Ted Nugent...

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Get your Ted Nugent before he was Ted Nugent...

Oh yeah! Now that's my kind of music. Thanks for posting that.
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The good ol' days had go-go dancers,

...but the guys dress funny.
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Looks like a fine specimen, but he looks a little PO'd.

Great colors - the gray coat with blue eyes.
You can't tell a cat's mood by looking at it. I can tell a cat's mood by observing for the 2 hours it's awake.
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Flieger, Yes, you are correct. Simple Man. I am horrible with names of songs and the names of bands but I know all the lyrics. ?????? I don't play the guitar any more but think I should pick it up again. One of my boys (he's only 3!) has requested to play the drums. LOL!

Jim, they still have go go dancers at clubs... but I don't think they are as cute. Go go dancers now a days are the skanky ones that are more stripper like. I have seen good "go go dancers" in Vegas where the girls actually look like they have dancing ability. A different time these days...
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Just for you, Stijn...

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Jim, they still have go go dancers at clubs... but I don't think they are as cute. Go go dancers now a days are the skanky ones that are more stripper like. I have seen good "go go dancers" in Vegas where the girls actually look like they have dancing ability. A different time these days...
It's obvious I don't get out much.
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Evening Y'all. Well today was an expensive stab in the checkbook. I ordered Peggy lots of parts. G says she has a rubber steering column and that is an accurate description. This weekend she gets new tie rod ends, four new ball joints and I am replacing the lower half of the steering column with an upgraded Borgenson shaft. Then off to the alignment shop where I have access to the equipment and I am going to dial in as much caster as you can with a solid axle.
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