Erik Bates | February 3, 2005
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Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
I've been in college in one form or another for 5.5 years, and I've never pulled an all-nighter.

Lori Lancaster | February 3, 2005
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Dave Stoppenhagen | February 3, 2005
Are you kiddin I lived off no doze and pepsi through all of high school. couldn't tell you about college because I never went, but in the military those all nighters were followed by Motrin 800, water and any type of greasy food I could get my hands on.

Do I miss them? Yeah sometimes but not the hangover.

Lori Lancaster | February 3, 2005
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Anna Gregoline | February 3, 2005
Kris, that's not true - you stayed up all night with me to work on Broadside. Every hour I asked you if you were ok and if you wanted to go home and go to bed, and every hour you said, no, I'm ok...until 5 a.m., when you're response was, "Really?" The sun wasn't exactly up, cause it was snowing, but you were there all night, as I recall.

Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
True. I guess I didn't count that as schoolwork, so I never cinsidered it an "all-nighter" in the same sense.

Jackie Mason | February 3, 2005
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Denise Sawicki | February 3, 2005
What's to miss? What in the world is fun about staying up all night doing homework? I don't understand. But I guess I had a different college experience than most people (which is not meant to be a judgemental statement, just that I get pretty obsessive about doing all my schoolwork far more thoroughly than is intelligent, efficient, or necessary, which messed with my college experience)

I have fairly recently stayed up until 3 AM playing the Sims though - there's something about that game which makes your own energy bars stop decaying. Hmm. In general I would agree with Jackie, though, that midnight is WAY TOO LATE for me to be awake these days even on a weekend.

Heh, Kris, if you were making fun of me with the disclaimer thing, you are accurate, I do tend to throw a disclaimer into everything I write because I am fearful of people interpreting things I say the wrong way, which tends to happen more often than not in my real life. Argh. This paragraph has been a disclaimer on the subject of disclaimers.

Anna Gregoline | February 3, 2005
On this site, lately, that's a real concern, so disclaimer away.

Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
I wasn't making fun of anyone but myself.

Denise Sawicki | February 3, 2005
That's the way I do my fun-making, that way nobody can take offense (not that I would have).

Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
I offended myself greatly, and it was only after a private e-mail exchange with myself that a brutal flame war was avoided.


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