Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Next!

Another course has come and gone; we had our neuropathology peripatetic yesterday, and the final exam today. Neuro completely failed to grab my attention; I guess the problem was that I already had a rough idea about a lot of the diseases involved, before the course started, so the full seven weeks really wasn't necessary.

Luckily, the ophthalmology section was interesting, primarily because I now know how to spell 'ophthalmology'. What a great word.

Unfortunately, not so great, was that after the exam, we headed to the local pub for a couple of drinks. They have free peanuts, so I ate a lot of them. One tasted exactly like blue cheese, which is not how peanuts are supposed to taste. Now, I have this terrible feeling in my tummy.

It actually snowed most of the day yesterday, and into this morning. Still no accumulation, though, since the ground remains too warm.

4 comments:

Anna said...

argh! I haven't been getting any of these posts on my sodding laptop! I look and yet I do not see. Seriously, since end of september none of these posts have been coming up on my screen. I thought you'd actually deserted the internet. Now I feel like a bad person because I didn't even read anything of yours, let alone comment. I wasn't my fault tho, honest.

And now I've lost my own blog. I know things are working, cos I linked up my email so I'm getting comments and stuff, but I can't see anything past Oct 15th.

What have I done wrong? Do you, or anyone else out there know how to fix it? I tried swtiching to beta, but thats not helped. Argh!

Tall Medstudent said...

An odd problem... yup, as you see, I've been here the whole time, living as dull a life as ever. :)

Sounds like a caching problem with your browser. Try deleting your cache, or try a different browser. The source of the problem could depend on what OS you're using...

Anna said...

ah, it is the browser! I will beat the offending programme over the head with a stick until it complies. Or maybe even try your advice! Thanks!

Tall Medstudent said...

It's a good time to upgrade browsers. October 2006 has given us a couple of tasty new selections, including the Firefox 2.0 release candidates and ie7.