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Sunday, January 13, 2008 


It seems like every time during my degree that I've had a strict deadline and some real work to get done, I happen to start experiencing some significant emotional turmoil that threatens to derail the whole thing. This turmoil is always unrelated to the events of my life, some kind of weird rootless feeling. I've decided it's an exceptionally baroque form of procrastination my subconscious is trying out.

I know what you mean. It seems the world is in sync against me getting anything of importance done.

Good luck.

Thanks... I've managed to get some significant work done since then, but it's still happening! Hope the world gets a little less organized against your projects as well.

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