Who the fuck is still showing up for work at those Japan nuclear plants. That’s some fucking mindset. Talk about serving humanity.
DVDS + TOYS + MAGAZINES + LUBRICANTS
Sex store or a merger among Blockbuster, Toys R’ Us, Indigo, and Jiffy Lube.
Do I keep in touch with my primary school friends? No.
Do I keep in touch with my middle school friends? No.
Do I keep in touch with my high school friends? No.
Do I keep in touch with friends form PSYL? No.
Do I keep in touch with my university friends? Not really.
Do I keep in touch with DTU friends? Sometimes.
Do I keep in touch with myself? I don’t know.
Do I keep in touch with you?
“Romance on the road can be tough. Travellers come together, share moments, and then separate. Do you tell her how you felt? Or leave it as a powerful memory of what could have been?”
My quads are stiff, my knees ache, and my ass is sore but I was expecting no less for my first snowboarding experience. I was up at 6 in the morning to make it up Grouse Mountain in time to rent all my gear and get ready for the lesson at 10. The temperature on top was below zero-ish; it was snowing and sunny intermittently throughout the day with some heavy fog as well. Jill, our Irish boarding instructor, said that there was fresh powder from last night! And this made falling so much less painful.
For the first half and hour my classmates and I were fumbling and tumbling down the bunny hills. Meanwhile, chubby Asian toddlers in their floral pink snowsuits were just booking it down the hill like it was more natural to them than holding chopsticks. Eventually, our confidence grew, as did our balance, and we managed to complete turns, brake quickly, and do the ‘falling leaf’. Soon enough, Jill left for lunch and we were on our own. Feeling pretty good about my new skills I decided to test out a bigger and steeper slope called the Screaming Eagle where I promptly wiped out 5 times in the first 10 metres.
At the day’s end I had snowboarded for a good 7 hours, including a lunch break. And yes, I did make it down the Screaming Eagle in one piece, a couple times. Although I’ve not been to other winter sporting locations before, I think Grouse Mountain operates their facilities and rentals really enthusiastically, and with some extra Canadian pride… something to do with some Olympics thing last year I’m guessing. Staff were helpful, our instructor was cool, the people were friendly (offering to help others up after they faceplanted).
Snowboarding is awesomesauce, I can’t wait for my next lesson next week! Actually, the only reason why I took up snowboarding was to see this:
I want LASIK eye surgery for my birthday this year, or the next. See the world with my own eyes and fly fighter jets, yeah.
How about the Delft University of Technology for water management? 75 percent cumulative average required.
Or perhaps consider environmental engineering and business management at Imperial College London? 78 percent cumulative average required.
Why not return to the Technical University of Denmark for their environmental engineering program? Beer tolerance and 75 percent average required.
Did you know the University of Toronto offers a graduate environmental engineering collaborative program too? Mid-B final year average required.
All are attainable.