My personal day was complicated. It began decently enough, with the gym going quite well--I skipped exercises yesterday to get some schoolwork done, but I'll take it up tomorrow. (Wednesday instead of my strength and cardiovascular exercises I only did 40 minutes of biking and sit-ups. Still, I think my stomach's definitely getting harder under its carapace of flesh).
When I got home, I'd found that one of the books I'd ordered from Amazon--2300AD's Earth/Cybertech
sourcebook--had arrived. I've taken a look at it, and actually the world described is fairly decent. It just doesn't fit in well at all with the 2300AD ethos, much more about space exploration than cybergrunge. Ah well. I'll have to update my 2300AD country pages
--Poland in Lithuania is problematic, while Latvia might need some tweaking. Or not: Scott, Tom, what do you think?
I'd decided, when I got home, to go to the Rainbow Society (GLBT group) meeting on campus. I hadn't gone in a while, and I thought it might be fun. I went to Main where I met up with Allan and some cute girls. We talked for a bit in the PoliSci lounge, and then at 7 o'clock I went to the meeting. Which, in retrospect, might ot have been a good idea. It isn't that the people aren't decent enough, I think, it's just that I really don't identify with drag queens or disco or the other stereotypical markets of GLBT culture. Ah, to be in a larger centre.
And let's not talk about the parents, OK?