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At 12:54pm on April 10, 2011, Krish said…
Hi, My name is Krish, My hobbies are Astronomy, Traveling, Photography and Reading Science books. What are your hobbies ? Lets be Nice friends :-)

Have a nice day,
At 6:48pm on June 30, 2010, Beth said…
Hey Lucy! How have you been??

Everything's good with me.
At 7:13am on June 25, 2010, Andrew said…
Yeah, I reckon that I know how that feels!
At 9:10am on June 24, 2010, Andrew said…
Yeah, I am currently suffering from a real lack of focus and motivation - getting back into a routine and (more importantly) would be good, as would actually being engaged in something productive. The money would be helpful, too. Very helpful.

Glasgow does sound like it should be good. I hope it all works out.
At 8:37am on June 24, 2010, Andrew said…
Yeah, it certainly is a long time to be waiting. Ah well.

Moving to Glasgow sounds cool. When are you going to be doing that?
Personally I've been doing more than enough 'chilling out recently' and would really like to have something to do!
At 7:37am on June 24, 2010, Andrew said…
Hi there! Well, I still don't have a definitive answer about that job, and I've not yet had any success finding anything else.

How are you getting on?
At 4:19pm on April 26, 2010, Andrew said…
Well good luck, I hope it works out. Would that PhD be at Glasgow as well?
At 10:07am on April 26, 2010, Andrew said…
Certainly makes sense. I imagine you want to get onto a PhD as soon as you can, so that you can get on with your life at some point....
At 10:03am on April 19, 2010, Andrew said…
That does seem a little harsh, getting turned down for voluntary work!

Glasgow is a great place, you're right there's lot's to do there. What's the course, and which of the several universities?

Thanks for wishing me luck. I'm not into surfing (suppose I could give it a shot) but the SCUBA diving around there (and the Orkney Islands) is pretty good. We'll see how it goes!
At 8:09am on April 19, 2010, Andrew said…
Hi. Things are, well, meh. At the moment I am trying to get a job (still!) and am waiting for my viva (still!) so that I can finally have my PhD out of the way, or at least know how much work I need to do to get it dealt with once and for all! I have actually got one interview at the end of the month, for a job in Thurso, and I've found another couple of positions to apply for.

Apart from that nothing has changed.

How about you? What's going on in your world? Did you end up moving to Glasgow, and where are you based now?

I did go to the atheist christmas thingy, it was brilliant. I went on a different night to the one they filmed, in a smaller venue, but it was still very enjoyable. A couple of friends and I made a bit of a day of it and also went to see Inherit the Wind performed at the Old Vic theatre, which was also very good.
At 5:01am on November 27, 2009, Andrew said…
Just reread my last message: "I haven't done much musical"..... what kind of a sentence is that!


Solo singing.... that does sound a bit nerve-racking. I used to sing a bit when I was at school, but only ever as part of a very large choir! I play the trumpet/cornet, though I admit that they haven't come out of their cases for some time now. It was never a conscious choice to give up playing, I just got distracted by other things. Like my PhD! I really need to be in a group of some kind to motivate myself to play. I also used to play the piano a little, but that was a long time ago. Lately I've become fascinated by percussion, maybe I'll give that a try!
At 12:58pm on November 26, 2009, Andrew said…
Yeah, it's a good location, and there's plenty going on in Glasgow itself. What sort of singing were you doing? Sounds like fun (I hope the shaking stops!). I haven't done much musical for some time, I do miss it at times.
At 8:28am on November 26, 2009, Andrew said…
Glasgow, eh? That sounds good, I had a really good time living in Glasgow when I did my Masters. What are you going to be doing there?
At 4:09pm on November 19, 2009, Andrew said…
Did you hear that those Godless christmas shows are running again this year?
Some friends and I managed to get some tickets pretty early on, don't know if there are any left.
Also, depends where you live now!
At 9:55am on November 11, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Lucy, at your suggestion I went to vote for the greatest Scot.
From the 35 on the short list I chose James Clerk Maxwell, a truly eminent theoretical physicist who created the theory of electromagnetic radiation that has been so important for the world.

But I would have liked to see THOMAS AIKENHEAD on the list.
He was executed under the blasphemy laws on 8 January 1697 for being an outspoken atheist and student at the University of Edinburgh. His insight at seeing religion and God and gods as constituting nothing but an enormous fraud at that terrible time of religious and atheist persecution is to be never forgotten and forever admired.
At 8:10am on November 11, 2009, Andrew said…
Thanks, I may check out the debate later, though I have read about it, and watching Anne Widdecombe debating is likely to make me throw my computer through a window.

I'll hold off on voting for one of the Scots until I can have a think, and read some information about them. At the moment, I'm tempted by Hume.
At 6:10am on November 11, 2009, Andrew said…

No, I didn't see the debate... as Ian says in the comment below, I'm sure you can find it online somewhere.

Glad to hear you're doing well. At the moment I'm mainly looking for a job, which is not much fun, though I now have plenty of time to catch up on all the reading I've been missing out on over the last 6 months or so (I'd been building up a substantial 'to read' pile, and am now rapidly working my way through it). I'm living at my parents house at the moment, until I can get a job and afford to pay rent!
At 1:48pm on November 8, 2009, Ian Mason said…
The debate's on BBC World Service TV. If you can't see that then it should be avialable on.line via the BBC i-player. Try the BBC World web-site.
At 4:14pm on November 1, 2009, Andrew said…
Hey, thanks. It was a long hard slog but I finally got it finished. Well, sort of. I still have to have a viva, which will be at some point in the next month or so. Then it will be over. Well, unless I have to make corrections.... but anyway, now I can get on with my life. So, how are you?
At 5:43pm on June 14, 2009, Linda Marie said…
Hey doing fine. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day.



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