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nom wrote:… If not, then I'll probably stop sessional teaching at the end of semester and apply for regular work (you know, the type with holidays and sick leave and a steady income that covers the bills).…
After all these years, Dr nom sounds beautiful to my ears…
Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:15 pm Post
Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:53 am Post
Jaysen wrote:nom wrote:… If not, then I'll probably stop sessional teaching at the end of semester and apply for regular work (you know, the type with holidays and sick leave and a steady income that covers the bills).…
Where do you think you will find one of those?
Jaysen wrote:nom wrote:After all these years, Dr nom sounds beautiful to my ears…
With no cynicism, sarcasm, or any other ism, you should be both proud of your accomplishment and thrilled that it is over. Even though it is only 8 AM here, I have appropriately altered my orange juice and will drink several glasses in celebration with you.
Jaysen wrote:Back to my normal self.
Oh yes! There's many reasons I'm thrilled, not all of them have to do with 10 years of hard work and study.Jaysen wrote:…you may seriously want to study Mrs nom. Is she fully aware of your destitution?
Jaysen wrote:When combined with your obvious … unique personality traits? … let's go with that
Jaysen wrote: … she is either a glutton for punishment or an angel.
Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:55 am Post
pigfender wrote:Doc, This is fabulous news! I've only just seen the post, so sorry for being a little late to the party. Warm wishes and heartfelt congratulations!
Siren wrote:Well done, nom! Maybe you should start pestering for a new compile format preset to be added to Scrivener, to automate the production of journal articles without having to write another word or change anything in your core text. Best of luck with the wider publication of your research.
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Hugh wrote:… By the way, what was your thesis about?
Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:52 pm Post
Hugh wrote:Well done, nom. If your experience is anything like mine, this is one of those moments in your life when you can be truly relaxed and relatively content.
Jaysen wrote:Hugh wrote:… By the way, what was your thesis about?
Irony would be "women who choose bad mates when better options are available". Although I suspect Mr K and I would have featured prominently in that study.
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