Marie lives. You can check out http://cryptocereus.com if you want to stalk her.
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2004-11-19 03:24:03 I'm sorry you didn't get elected. I voted for you. - RobRoy—— 2004-11-19 04:44:16 I voted for SOSSS, as well. - MikeIvanov——
2004-11-19 17:17:13 As did I. - AndreyGoder——
2004-11-20 11:03:23 I couldn't vote. But I was secretly pulling for you. - JaimeRaba——
2004-11-25 23:34:34 Me four! That means four out of five of our unbiased little sample here voted SOSS. I smell election fraud. It smells a bit like potpourri. Edit: Okay, where's it say how you sign comments? - RaghavKrishnapriyan
2004-11-25 23:40:57 There's a little 'comment box' on pages that include [[Comments]] in the text. Just makes it faster to add a quick comment. - PhilipNeustrom
2005-01-20 10:39:58 The miromouse project is cool! Where exactly is it going to be at this year? —RodolfoHam-Zhu
I'm not sure yet
2005-04-07 22:50:20 This year's competition will be located at the new Life Sciences Lecture Hall 123. The competition will begin at 12 PM and end at 3PM. —MarieHuynh
2005-08-20 11:01:29 you're right, she didn't have a tail —MichelleAccurso
While watching TV at Neal's house there was a girl swimming and you randomly stated, "She doesn't have a tail!" It has been stuck in my brain since!
I don't remember that at all...
2005-08-20 11:25:56 1) Yeah, I forget names too. 2) Who cares about the apathetic? 3) "still trying to figure out how to stop trying to improve things that are already good enough" — sounds like an engineer to me. You should have seen me and Dad trying to fix up my house to sell... —JeffreyNonken
I think fixing up an old house would be an interesting thing I should do at least once this lifetime. But after fixing it up, I'd probably want to live in it myself. :D
2005-08-20 15:21:10 Was that you I shared my sausage with? Did you like it? Shall I bring two next month? —BlancheNonken
It was good :D
2005-11-23 14:24:14 Too bad we didn't know you were interested, I just got back from the SWRR meeting, which was great fun. Next time, though, I'll inform you. —JohnDudek
2005-12-25 02:29:03 Really? And how would you know? —AndrewBanta
2006-03-26 01:10:13 Hey, Marie! Are you going to Jill's corsetry workshop on Sunday? If so, please be ready to go by 10:45 this morning and I'll come pick you up. Email Barnabas your address to his aol account, or respond to my hotmail address, please. Thanks in advance. —JudithTruman
2006-07-15 10:45:56 can i get your email to contact you easier? I think the origami class would be cool, lets do it! —AllisonEriksen
2006-07-27 06:50:54 Becoming a Master Mason isn't that hard, assuming that you're male. Pretty much, there are three degrees you go through. These degrees contain lectures and other weird stuff. Before you can take the next degree, you need to memorise some stuff related to the last degree you went through. —WilliamLewis
2007-08-05 18:18:18 I like your photos, very very awesome.. A friend has something similar at his house... —StevenDaubert
2008-03-06 21:30:13 Beautiful work on Etsy! —JabberWokky
2008-03-10 01:26:56 Thanks, JabberWokky! —MarieHuynh
2008-07-19 22:02:41 dear god IEEE has a club?
should have figured, but still... —StevenDaubert
2008-09-17 01:20:57 How were you able to take classes at UC Berkeley while in high school,
upper division as a freshman at UC Davis, and
graduate classes as an undergrad? —ThanhVu
I wanted to take an interesting sounding graduate class as a freshman but figured I'd probably fail it. It takes lots of prep, dedication, multitasking, and sleepless nights. You have to be willing to read EVERYTHING that is assigned ahead of time (and then some) because you're being graded alongside people with up to 4 years of coursework ahead of you. They've seen it all before; you haven't so you need time to let it all soak in. The goal is to be so far ahead that lecture is like review. That's not always feasible, but having insane goals means you get the most out of your time in college. You learn to do things like eat with one hand while writing code with the other. You schedule everything and are never without something to do or read. There is no end to your to-do list. You schedule your social life and treasure the times you unexpectedly bump into friends. If you want to be this crazy, just talk to your profs. Oh, and pick up a small planner. You'll need it.
2010-08-29 17:35:06 Hah, perhaps I should have been more clear. I meant to ask something more on the lines of 'how were you able' to take those classes, i.e. how did the bureaucracy allow you to skip ahead like that. —ThanhVu