DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,

Leftover food day, a group research project, and dancing...

For breakfast, I had the second of the "buy-one-get-one-free Hardee's Sausage & Egg Biscuits" I bought last Thursday. This can't be good; its nutritional value:

For lunch, I had the other half of my "Pepperoni & Cheese Stromboli" from Two Guys last Wednesday night.

For dinner, I had half of my leftover ribs from Shanghai Express last Wednesday as well. I have one more meal to get out of this one.

I was to work at 9:00 this morning, and I worked straight through, for 6 hours, on creating the PowerPoint slide presentation for our group research project in our Internet & Society class, which we're doing on Wednesday.

I met Meghan and Callahan at Caldwell Hall, where we reviewed the presentation-to-date.

Everyone liked the format I'd chosen, which incorporated Callahan's background design choice, and the way in which I organized the slides, so that was good.

We then reviewed the ten or so slides that make up the introduction that all three of us will present, and divided the ten slides between the three of us.

We spent some time discussing the research questions versus the class discussion questions, and some time on possibilities for Meghan's "MUD Description" slide(s).

Exactly 5 dancers, plus Van and Adam were at CCs tonight. Me, Carl, Michael, Rick, and after a while, Ernie. There were no other patrons in the bar.

Eventually, a guy named Terry came in, who was not there to dance.

Carl reviewed Dizzy.

I stopped by Flex, mostly out of curiosity to see who would be hosting Drag Karaoke. biranrdu was there. Joe-Joe was not.

After a while, Van and Adam showed up.

I left at around midnight, and dropped Van and Adam off at Adam's place, as they were going to call a cab to take them there, and it was on my way.

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