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The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.
--Cornelius Tacitus (c. 116 A.D.)

Saturday, October 06, 2001
Ahh weekend. My enthusiasm for school seems to diminish each semester in spite of the fact that now I'm finally learning interesting stuff. I think a large part of that is dealing with stupid freshman and stupid bureaucracy over and over.

My main objective today is to get a majority of the widows washed and storm-windowed. This assumes that the temperature gets above 50. Then maybe I'll clean some of the inside of the house too, who knows?

I've noticed that our collection of rarely-never used kitchen appliances multiplying lately. I even found myself contemplating installing more cabinets to provide storage for said appliances. We now own: a food dehydrator, a snow cone machine, an ice-cream maker, a bread machine, 2 crockpots, a rice maker, a blender, a food processor, a toaster, and a coffee maker. In spite of all this I'm still lusting after a foodsaver, you know, one of those vacum sealing devices. I don't really understand this weakness for appliances since we hardly ever cook. Although I know that a few were gifts and at least three were clearance items.

Does it seem way to soon for October to anyone else?

posted by Rachel 10/6/2001
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