2011 UF News
2016: Temple News
2011 UF News
2016: Temple News
wait a second....
This gift has 'bad idea' written all over it.
That laser hilt crossbar feature is a terrible idea. Any reasonable person would cut their own forearm off within seconds.
Now's probably not the best time to fire off a bunch of emails.
Dear Dr. Reilly,
I would like to inform you that, based on your publishing history, you are invited to contribute a chapter to a new book project.
This book will be an open access publication, hence, please note that all accepted chapters require the payment of an Article Processing Charge of 670 euro to cover the costs of the publication process.
Yvonne Rogalski failed to mind her cheese danish at the EM Saffran conference. Someone who owns a really fancy pen came along and took a big bite.
Here's August getting a trophy from his phenomenal piano teacher, Mike Stambaugh, for completing his primer book. Champion of the piano primer 2015!
Home grading for the day -- I must say that it feels fantastic being alone in a quiet house for a few hours. These two idiots feel the same way.
Fun with Google Analytics
"We first produce the world by symbolic work and then take up residence in the world we have produced." (Carey,1989)
10:49 AM (33 minutes ago)
to me, Amanda, Amelia, Ashley, Bonnie, Brianna, Charlie, Elizabeth, Francine, Jaclyn, Jillian, Jinyi, Julie, Sameer, Victoria, Victoria, Alexandra, Maureen, Kyle
I have some sudden and unanticipated news. I just received a phone call from HM government and I have to return to the UK with immediate effect to honor a civil duty as a royally –appointed electoral overseer. I will be taking a flight this evening and have to report for briefing by the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday morning. You may be aware from the News that our government was officially dissolved on Monday as a marker of the beginning of the electoral campaign and voting process which will conclude on May 7th.
This civil duty, much like jury duty, is mandatory and so unavoidable. I hate to have to leave you to your own devices during this busy testing and training time, but I’m certain that you will be fine and things will run smoothly. I will endeavor to oversee from afar but opportunities to communicate will be few and far between. Dr Reilly will fully up-to-date on project progress and will obviously be here to answer any questions you may have.
Whilst mandatory, it is also a great honor for which I am very excited. Being selected for this process is highly coveted and a rare opportunity with which most UK citizens are not privileged. As a royally-appointed overseer I will be stationed in residence at her majesty’s parliamentary building where as I am responsible as part of a team recruited from all over the nation to oversee the legality and validity of campaign processes and votes received on May 7th. This means that I will be present to observe the campaign activities of the political party leaders, including the Prime Minister himself. On May 7th I will be stationed at the ornate voting hall in the Houses of Parliament to receive votes from UK constituent voters. This promises to be a very exciting experience as I have a part in fulfilling an age-old tradition by which a representative of each and every constituency in the UK delivers by horse and hand, the votes of each region in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Voting summaries are delivered on folded parchment with a wax royal seal. It will be my duty to receive representatives, open the parchment, record and validate its contents. I am then responsible for delivering this parchment into a ceremonial fire pit, a tradition which relates to voting privacy laws of days past. This will all be televised and I and fellow overseers will be dressed in ceremonial gowns.
Again, I’m really sorry to leave you for this Month, but it is unavoidable and I am very excited to be part of it.
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