Today I don't have those particular problems; I've traded those problems for new ones, as we have all done. =)
I also found a letter from Career Services at Saint Mary's, dated November 6, 2006, advising me to book an appointment and benefit from their expertise. I didn't even remember the letter, and now I know why - at the time, I was expecting to get a bursary and I was waiting for news on that, so I found the Career Services letter a bit of a let-down.
On the back of the envelope of that letter from career services (with a friendly invitation to help me answer questions like, "What options are available to me with my degree?" "How do I go about achieving my goals?"), I'd jotted down the monsters I had yet to record in my bestiary from Final Fantasy II.
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Barry Bonds is playing in Los Angeles tonight; the game will be broadcast at 10ET (11 Atlantic) - it'll be on all the Rogers Sportsnet channels. Also watch for Alexander Rodriguez of the Yankees to reach 500 home runs. He might have got there last night, when the Yankees clobbered the White Sox 16-3! But take nothing away from him. In the short term, he's a huge part of the Yankees recent resurgence. In the long term, he's on pace to pass Bonds by age 39. Records aren't what they used to be. Do you know who Babe Ruth passed in 1921 to become the career all-time home run leader? I just did tonight, it was Roger Connor, and he had... drumroll... 138. Today in 2007, Bonds is attempting to reach and surpass Hank Aaron's mark of 755 (he passed Ruth's mark of 714 in April 1974). Think about this: 1921, 1974 (53 years), 2007 (33 years)... 2014 (7 years). No, some records aren't what they used to be.
A-ROD IS UP TO BAT NOW NOW NOW NOW
(Ah, well, that was probably his last at-bat tonight. He grounded out. Apparently he's in a career-tying hitless streak!)
See also: Barry Bonds Home-Run Scandal Somehow Becomes Feel-Good Sports Story Of Summer