Monday, September 28, 2009

Exodus

The last semester (or well, what we saw of it before we were unceremoniously thrown out of college) has been rather enlightening. Tonnes of quick trivia about what to and what not to do. Peoples' reactions to stimulus in a non-ideal world. Lessons in paranoia, derogation and hasty judgment.

Anyway a vacation it is, albeit unexpected, and most of it I shall try to make. Like always, 'course.

For non-campus readers, there were a few blokes here and there (47 in five days, actually, so they're all very justified and stuff) who happened to get jaundice, and the authorities lost their conker, and decided it would be a good idea to send everyone home.

I intend to blog more. For sure.

6 comments:

Tangled up in blue... said...

You got sent home coz people got Hepatitis?? Thats bloody brilliant, man, altho the sheer number and time-clustering is cause to worry about..:D

we had three cases of swine flu in my class, and they made us come to the hospital every single day for our postings..

man, life outside of med school sure is rosy!

Tangled up in blue... said...

and yay for the more blogging!

Just Me :) said...

Bits Goa, yes, funny story that. Got a friend there and was surprised by his unexpected visit here, the reason was even more surprising. Jaundice!! And now he tells me there is a minor flood scare too and his room being on ground floor... hahaha

Enjoy while it lasts. :-)

JD said...

Oh, you actually know someone from BITS? Who, who? :)

Just Me :) said...

Parag Gupta, third year mechanicals(i guess, i always mess up the branch!) :-)

JD said...

Oh, he's a good friend! Fellow Mechie!