Tuesday, May 23, 2006

I'm going straight to hell.

Included on a Social Work student's resume:

"help[ed] in organizing panic and events"

Apparently, he helped organize panic at a children's centre. Awesome.

"teaching mathematics and physics to students during studding at university"

I could imagine that studding could be relatively distracting to university students trying to learn mathematics. It's a good thing this guy is willing to help out by tutoring.

Also, I'm beginning to notice a prevelance of lazy eyes amongst engineering students. If someone could please explain this to me, I'd be grateful. (Or better yet, could you just tell me which eye I'm supposed to look at?)


  1. Lazy eye etiquette: Look at both eyes and maintain contact. When lazy eye begins to stray, DO NOT react. Pretend that everything is normal as you continue to look at the stable eye, and try to blink as little as possible. Even if he/she tells a joke, DO NOT laugh, because it may seem like you are in fact laughing at the eye. Take everything this person says seriously, and nod your head a lot so it seems like you aren't being distracted by the eye.

  2. Lazy eyes and overprotective mothers generally go hand-in-hand. While all the other kids were out playing tackle football or blowing shit up with firecrackers, the lazy-eyed kids were in their rooms playing violin and brushing up on Newton's laws of motion. Fast forward 20 years and you've got an overwhelming number of lazy-eyed engineers.

  3. for me, its the left eye thats stable. I think.

  4. mabye its a good thing you forgot to help me with my resume when you were in Ottawa. I could have been a target.

  5. Monique's blog says its your birthday. Is this true? If it is, happy birthday!