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Going easy on them

"You're going to go easy on them, right, Dr. Hsu?" asked one of our grad students about my short talk at the KSU Cultural Studies Symposium.
"I just hope they go easy on me," I replied. Hurgh. I still dknot know wot exacterly I am going to wibble about. I have lots of technical talks about collaborative filtering and even the impact of intelligent systems on society written, but I am knot acusstomed to addressing humanities faculty and English majors. Any ideas would be appreciated, especially before 08:30 CST tomorrow morning (Sat 08 Mar 2003).

And, in the spirit of bandwaggon-teunceing, here's a lille queastionaire from mirabehn and angelislington:

I ____ Banazir.
Banazir is ____.
If Banazir and I were stuck on a desert island with only one metric ton of CHOKLIT between us, I would _____.
If confronted with a giant fell duck, Banazir would probably _____.
I think Banazir should _____.
Banazir loves to help _____.
Banazir's humor can best be described as ______.
Banazir solves problems _____.
Banazir needs ______.
Banazir's other friends are ______.
Someday Banazir will ________.
Banazir's ______ could really stand improvement.
Banazir's ______ are rather good.
Without Banazir _______.

--
Banazir

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andrewwyld
Mar. 11th, 2003 05:57 am (UTC)
I reply to Banazir.
Banazir is using the verb teunce.
If Banazir and I were stuck on a desert island with only one metric ton of CHOKLIT between us, I would suggest dividing it into ten piles of 100kg each.
If confronted with a giant fell duck, Banazir would probably duck, fall, or grow.
I think Banazir should berate members of his friends' list with their non-replying status.
Banazir loves to help himself to 100kg of CHOKLIT under appropriate circumstances on desert islands.
Banazir's humor can best be described as startling.
Banazir solves problems optimally.
Banazir needs 500kg of CHOKLIT and cacao-related orthography lessons.
Banazir's other friends are wishing they had thought of saying this.
Someday Banazir will get a second reply to this post.
Banazir's CHOKLIT machine could really stand improvement.
Banazir's diagrams of chaotic systems are really rather good.
Without Banazir, we will never attain the city wall before nightfall!
banazir
Mar. 11th, 2003 10:12 pm (UTC)
LOL...

I toast Andrew with a glass of sparkling lutefizz.
Andrew is the *first* to reply to the TEUNC lib I psotted over three dazs ago.
If Andrew and I were stuck on a desert island with only one metric ton of CHOKLIT between us, I would share the first 200kg equally with him and put the rest into escrowe for the International Mulletary Fund.
If confronted with a giant fell duck, Andrew would probably scare it into flight with his red nose.
I think Andrew should introduce me to more of his fwends.
Andrew loves to help beneficiaries of charitable causes through his museic.
Andrew's humor can best be described as clever.
Andrew solves problems with keen hobbit-like intelligence.
Andrew needs to keep psotting replies while we waut fro some TEUNCs to join us.
Andrew other friends are wishing they had thought of saying this.
Someday Andrew will teunce when his IMF reaches 1000 quid.
Andrew's understanding of TEUNC consumption rates of CHOKLIT could really stand improvement.
Andrew's drum solos are really rather good.
Without Andrew, we will be stuck searching for an effective mullet.

Now c'mon! Yew *know* yew want to erply to this psot! #-)

--
Banazir
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