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Quote of the Day
Friday, June 09, 2006
I was reading through Chapter Three of the dissertation this morning before breakfast, and came upon this sentence:
"I have put forward five hypotheses that direct the case studies that follow in Chapters Five, Six, and Seven. These case studies cover court casennnnnnnn jskldfjslk99999s that originated LDKJFWIOERU@#$& and were referred to the WOEUIRWOEIRUjjjjjjjjjjJSLKDFJ uling. In this chapter I have also outlined how I examine the cases and what sources I used to construct them."
Indeed, all of the documents that were open on my computer last night were plagued by this strange gibberish. There could be only one explanation.
"ST!" I called downstairs to him. "Were you on my computer again?"
He ran upstairs to my office to explain. "I couldn't sleep in my bed last night and so I did some work for you."
Note to self: completely shut-down computer before retiring to bed.