“Have you looked at problem two?” Shelley asked.
“That’s easy,” Joanna chirped. “You just have to remember to account for phase; but otherwise it’s a simple pedigree.”
Shelley paused and stared at the eye-crossingly complicated pedigree. “What?” Joanna opened her mouth again, but Shelley held up a finger. “Last week you were as bad at this as me. Have you done nothing but study?”
“Oh. Er. I slept with the TA.”
“No, just slept with him. We didn’t talk science.”
Shelley blinked. “I was… unaware that’s how it worked.”
“Really? Huh. That’s how it’s always been for me.”
Monday, January 05, 2009
Inspired by It's four A.M. and I have work tomorrow but I have friends in Palo Alto and Playing Rock Band > Sleeping. I can almost do drums now!