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Curiosity killed the... wait, what was I talking about?

10 June 1981
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academic senate, activism, alienation, asperger's syndrome, banana slugs, barenaked ladies, binary oppositions, blockbuster video, books, boy scouts, brain overloads, chaos theory, chix parm, church, clubs, college, computer science, computer science teaching, computer stuff, computers, confusion, critical theory, criticial pedagogy, cultural studies, curling up on couches, daniel quinn, deep space nine, defenestration, depression, derrida, dialectics, dialetheism, discordianism, domination, education, ego development, erotica, ethics, existential angst, family, fantasy, fnords, foucault, friends, frusturation, gay liberation, green tea, health care for all, history, homosexuality, hope, hopelessness, hypocrisy, idealism, ishmael, iww, jogging, journey, kierkegaard, kinsey scale, klein scale, labor history, labor unions, light rail, literature, loneliness, marxism, meaning, meaninglessness, michael moore, money, naturism, neopaganism, nomenus, nonverbal learning (dis)ability, nonviolent communication, nvc, oppression theory, organizations, orthodox unitarian universalists, overthinking, overwhelmingity, path, philosophy, politics, polyamory, procrastination, programming languages, quantum physics, queer, queer geeks, queer insomniacs, queer pedagogy, queer theory, radical faeries, rail travel, reading, religion, rock the vote, rocky horror picture show, sadomasochism, santa cruz, science fiction, sds, sense, sexuality, shay'a'chern, simpsons, singing in the shower, slash fiction, social activism, social construction of race, social justice, sociology, star trek, student committee on committees, student government, student union assembly, taoism, teaching, television, the hokey pokey, the nanny, theories, thinking, tickling, transportation, trekkies, unions, unitarian universalist, uu, visiting churches., weird al, weird things, william s. burroughs, work, working with children, yin-yang, zen