Friday, August 18, 2006

Lectures

ECON210 Welfare and Economic Politics
Tuesdays 12:15-14:00 (22.08.2006 - 14.11.2006) NB: every second Tuesday
Fridays 12:15-14:00 (25.08.2006 - 08.09.2006, 22.09.2006 - 17.11.2006)
Venue: L. Meltzers hus, Biggest auditorium

ECON230 Macroeconomics II
Mondays 08:15-10:00 (21.08.2006 - 04.09.2006)
Tuesdays 12:15-14:00 (29.08.2006, 26.09.2006, 10.10.2006, 24.10.2006, 07.11.2006, 21.11.2006)
Fridays 08:15-10:00 (22.09.2006 - 27.10.2006, 10.11.2006 - 24.11.2006)
Venue: L. Meltzers hus, Biggest auditorium

Fredag 10:15-12:00 (03.11.2006)
Venue: Dragefjellet (Law department), Auditorium 3

ECON240 Statistics and Econometrics
Wednesdays 12:15-14:00 (23.08.2006 - 06.09.2006, 20.09.2006 - 22.11.2006)
Venue: Realfagbygget, Auditorium 1
Thursdays 08:15-10:00 (24.08.2006 - 07.09.2006, 21.09.2006 - 23.11.2006)
Venue: L. Meltzers hus, Biggest auditorium



Is it just me or does this seem rather confusing?

I should be used to the Uni's way of making everything as complicated as possible but I never seem to be quite prepared. I was planning on putting together a schedule of what a normal week would look like, but by the looks of this it seems there will be no such things as a normal week.

Looking closer, I can see I'll be starting at 8:15 three days a week. I can already say I'll be missing a few lectures this autumn... Not on purpuse (never on purpose), but if I have to get up at 6:30 I know there will be times I fall asleep two seconds after I turn the alarm clock off...

I just love sleeping too much...
Gotta find someone who can help by kicking me out of bed.

8 comments:

  1. Tjalve3:02 PM

    Well, from looking at this "schedule", I think I can say with pretty high degree of certainty that on tuesdays from 12:15 to 14:00, you should be at L. Meltzers hus, biggest auditorium. I'm just not entirely sure which subject they will teach there.

    But do I have to KICK you out of bed? Can't I wake you with a soft massage or something? Not that I'm likely to get up at 06:30 either, but I might go to bed at that time.

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  2. Yes. Some Tuesdays, not every Tuesday. Every second Tuesday for ECON210 and some in between for ECON230.

    As for the kicking me out of bed... I'd be ok with alternative ways of waking me up. But the point was to get out of bed, not stay in longer, wanting to perform other bed related activities :)

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  3. coolideas6:00 PM

    Hey baby if u were a kid , i could give u chocolate or icecream if u wake up on time but u are so big for that. :D what about a bucket of cold water hanged high above ur bed and instead alarm clock rings , it pours the cold water to ur face at 6:30 and make u wake up with a nice scream? it sounds very handy and functional in hot augusts ahahhaha

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  4. Anonymous6:01 PM

    hey u see i posted the previous comment on 6:00 pm not 5:59 or 6:01 or other

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  5. Dear coolideas and Anonymous (being the same person): Do Turkish people have a weird sense of humour or is it just you making a bad impression?

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  6. humorous11:29 PM

    I just tried to help u for saving ur cute ass (imagining) of being kicked off early in the mornings by sharing my very briliant idea if you won't use my idea then u don't need to blame on me and my humor and Turkish people... Instead of thanking me what you said! I am broken to u anymore....

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  7. Tjalve11:30 PM

    I will agree that a bucket full of icewater will get you faster out of bed than a massage. But I still think you'll prefer the massage. At least it doesn't have the obvious disadvantage of making it necessary to dry the mattress every day. Plus I will stay dry, and can go to sleep afterwards.

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  8. Whether you stay dry or not depends on what I decide to do to you after the massage.

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