On Saturday, I took the last old SAT ever to be given, and it went smoothly. I ended up getting either a few minutes worth of checking time, always put to good use, or finishing by the skin of my teeth (and let’s say I just brushed my teeth, so there’s not a lot). I […]
Month: January 2005
Steven, are you sarcastic?
A number of people know that I’m shy to some people while talkative and open with others. I pinned it down to being overly considerate, as I’m always thinking about what the other person is thinking of me. I’m uneasier and shier about people I don’t have a reputation with, because I feel like I […]
Excuse #5: I’ll make a bigger post later
Taking the old SAT on Saturday, and the new one some time around when prep school ends in April. I’d prefer that I got a high score on the new SAT, but it wouldn’t hurt to take the old one. I’dve been prepping last fall whether I was taking the old one or not. This […]
“Pie Iesu Domine.” *thunk* “Dona eis Requiem.” *thunk*
Time for the annual sacrifice, to show thanks that I didn’t need that sung over me. 331|1
Procrastination’s trump card
A bit of everything, in fact
“…his biggest crime was simply the result of a deaf lackey who misheard his order of “A bit of light panic, I think, eh?” as “The ship Titanic, sink her.”” “The Matron lost her right hand after a vicious bite from a patient. But even this proved to be blessing, gone was her athritis riddled […]
Okay class, today we’re going to learn about the Steven Sort…
I bombed the latest AP Computer Science test (and by bombed I mean under 80 when I thought I did well). Most of the point deduction came from my imperfect knowledge of sorting. We were given a list of numbers, like [2, 6, 4, 11, 9] and we had to use a sorting method called […]
Method of handling replies
Because (slight) interest has been expressed in the way I display replies to comments, and (slight) interest has been expressed in the method I used to set it up, I figured I should post the steps I took to make it how it is. All the code used here was made by other people; the only originality is the way I implemented the code. You don’t need to know much to implement it, just how to upload a file to your server.
Updates of the purely textual nature
Updated the Compilation of Amusing Conversations and the About (insert word here) page (history section). Edit: Compilation of Amusing Conversations updated again.
Expounding on the previous entry
I watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind after hearing good things about it from a friend. And they were right. Not only does it have a cool name that’s fun to rattle off at people, but it was touching, sweet, funny, and perverted in the right places. Jim Carrey was a good choice because […]