So tired…

by Ed Lau on December 2, 2006

They say that after you’ve been up for 48 hours, your consciousness is similar to that of someone who is hammered out of their mind.  This is probably true as some of the words on the screen appear…different than they usually do.  In case you’re wondering why I’m sleep deprived, I’ve been working on my essay for a film course that was due, oh…22 minutes ago.  Today marks not only the end of classes at UBC for the term but also the end of my first month of blogging.  Well, technically, I started on the 6th so it’s been just over three weeks and I’ve averaged two posts per day since.

This week also marked the beginning of the sixth season of Scrubs, which started where it left off last season with JD getting his new girlfriend pregnant.  I’ve got…mixed feelings about this episode.  While Scrubs has been one of the best shows on television for the last five years, you can’t help but notice the similarities between the plot development of the aforementioned best show on television and the later seasons of Friends, which got incredibly boring once they started to move away from being sexy singles in New York.  The show got far less interesting once everyone got married or became parents.  I seriously hope that Scrubs doesn’t follow suit as it is a far smarter and funnier show than Friends ever was.

Anyways, here’s to the beginning of exams.  Luckily I only have two…

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Gdog December 2, 2006 at 6:24 am

Dude, I’m all about the procrastination. Keep it up! Blog more, surf the net more! You have lots of time left!


Michael December 2, 2006 at 2:57 pm

A part of me is so glad that I don’t have school anymore, but another part of me misses the comforting security that student life provided. If I was financially set for the rest of my life, I could very well see myself as a career student, learning for the sake of learning, without fear of poor grades and bad evaluations. I think you’d agree with me that if there were no pressure to “succeed” in school, it would much more enjoyable.


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