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March 13th, 2002

(no subject) @ 02:33 am

Current Mood: sleepy sleepy
Current Music: Pink, Get This Party Started

I got back from Gary and Phoebe's (for Hawt Buffy Akshun) about 90 minutes ago; much squawking of noisetubes was done and was quite enjoyable. I fear I'm really awful at noticing subtle "you ass, you've been here for five hours - why won't you leave?" sorts of cues. I have a weird social blind spot where if something involves me, I just can't pick up on things very well. Other people interacting, no problem, nuances are fine and dandy.

After getting home, I then joined the cool kids by installing the Folding@Home software - like SETI@home, but uses your 'pooter to calculate the structural geometry of proteins and other biochemical bits. Very cool, and quite actively useful. I was gonna continue to re-read Zelazny's Amber chronicles, but I think Mr. Morpheus has my number right now.

 
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From:phoebek
Date:March 13th, 2002 10:27 am (UTC)
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We don't want you to leave, silly. We like you really much. What I wouldn't want is for you to spring from your chair like a jack-in-the-box the moment Buffy ends ("See ya next week, gang!"). For me, Buffy is mainly an excuse to hang out with kids. Also, let me borrow Amber when you're done as my massage therapist Mead strongly recommends it (did I sound alterna-yuppie enough?).
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From:cheezaddict
Date:March 14th, 2002 07:08 pm (UTC)
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I have that same exact blind spot but I've never been able to articulate it before. THANK YOU. I tend to look from person to person like a deer in the headlights once I realize cues had been directed at me. *shame* I wonder why this is?

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