Amber Effect

The charging of an object due to a rubbing process.

So I baked an apple cinnamon cake today for breakfast next week. Then, I went to go eat my blueberries for dinner, but they were literally all sour and terrible so I turned it into a compote. And then I had compote but nothing to eat compote with so I made crepes.

Joanna: “… You really didn’t want to study did you?”

If you ever wrote an autobiography, it would be awesome. Actually, it’d be twenty pages of ‘I studied for nine hours in a row’ and then once in a while you’d have these pages of brilliant stories.
— Chris, after hearing my Highland stories

MCB 104.

  • Professor: And this is what the inheritance pattern looks like --
  • [His phone buzzes]
  • Professor: [glances at phone] Sorry, my mom's calling.
  • Class: Pick it up!
  • Professor: ... [picks up] Hi Mom I'm teaching a class of 200 students right now I'll call you later bye!

So I UGSI for Bio 1AL.

  • Gary: I always give the hardest work to the laziest person because they always figure out the easiest way to do it.

Meet your Bio GSIs

  • Gary: The early bird gets the worm.
  • Christian: The second mouse gets the cheese.
You have to be odd to be number one.

Dr. Seuss

(via reveriesofawriter)

(Source: lsd-soaked-tampon, via spork-ology)

If you have a few extra minutes,

http://themoth.org/posts/storytellers/peter-sagal

This is one of the best Moth Radio podcasts I’ve ever listened to. It’s by the famous PEEEEEETER SAGAL (if only I could copy Bill’s accent) from NPR’s “Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me” and obviously has his super awesome humor but is also inspiring in the sense that you just feel like everything’s going to be okay.

Cheers, Sagal, and I hope you know that you’re one of the people on my wish list to meet one day.

Just finished book: The Hot Zone - Richard Preston.

Especially a good read with the Ebola outbreak in Africa. It was written about the history of the Ebola virus and provides a really in-depth look into the various strains as well as the stories about their previous outbreaks/hosts.

Also, it’s a lot less creepier than the book’s summary makes it sound. (Thank goodness!)

  • Tiffany: Are you free Monday 4-5 to take a call with a client?
  • me: ... I have [UGBA] 106 with you. I SIT NEXT TO YOU IN CLASS.
  • Tiffany: ... Right.
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