Today (well, yesterday) was our wonderful Physics lectures trip to prepare for upcoming exams. An examiner was going through power in electric circuits when we notice a guy standing in one of the rows behind where we were sitting, praying. Praying loudly and annoyingly and distractingly with lots of humming. Well, it was a church after all, when it’s not being rented out for conferences. Attempting to first ignore him, then asking him to leave (prayer rooms were available elsewhere after all ) the police were eventually called and he was led out in handcuffs.
Forget about the individual case, I just love the symbolism. Physics over prayer
And prayer certainly won’t help with what I have just realised… it’s almost April, and April is my last full month before exams start again. Eek! And my first exam will be a Physics practical, officially the most stressful exam in the world, ever, bar none. Making language orals look like a walk in the park. I’d fail it but I really don’t want to, so I won’t.
Update: How did I forget to mention that Costa Coffee gave us all free coffee as we came home yesterday? I’m not really a coffee person – go hot chocolate! – but I like the price of free. So here you go Costa, have some free blog publicity in return
I have the same thing in June, though yours is probably harder because you’re older
I think the written would be harder, but I don’t really know
Speaking of handcuffs, who used them first? The police, or the dominatrixs an the fetish ppl?