Ark Needs a Notebook

Here is a conversation I had with my brother this morning:

Ark: I need a notebook!
Me: What for?
Ark: There is like a plague of emo kids on campus this year!
Me: Oh yeah?
Ark: Yeah, all they do is mope around and scribble in their journals.
Me: Wait, I thought that they all just use LiveJournal for that.
Ark: Yeah, me to but apparently the real paper journals are back in.
Me: heh…
Ark: I’m gonna sit under a tree with this notebook and pretend I’m emo
Me: Oh… I thought you needed it to take notes in class…
Ark: <blank stare> No, I need it for making fun of emo kids.

[tags]conversations, ark, emo, journal, live journal, emo kids, notebook[/tags]

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11 Responses to Ark Needs a Notebook

  1. Dan Geiser UNITED STATES Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Did he really say moap? Or mope?

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  2. Dan Geiser UNITED STATES Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Darn, I really moap better. Seriously. Funny story as well.

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  3. ZeWrestler UNITED STATES Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Why confine yourself to 1 medium when you can spread your emo annoyance through several mediums.

    reminder, not ever lj user is emo. apparently some are your everyday geek, while others are spree shooters. (Jeffrey Weise)

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  4. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Yeah, not every LJ user is emo. ( ∃ lj user ∉ emo )

    Not every emo kid is a LJ user. ( ∃ emo ∉ lj user )

    But, I think this holds true:

    emo blogger ∩ lj user > emo blogger ∩ ¬ lj user

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  5. ZeWrestler UNITED STATES Internet Explorer Windows says:

    ahhh discrete math *jumps behind rock*

    if you were to look it at that, you can say that lj user is contained within the set of bloggers. therefore, there are emo bloggers out side of lj. you haven’t even commented about the lj forks yet. *tisk tisk*

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  6. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    All I said was that the intersection of the sets emo blogger and LJ user is larger than the intersection between emo blogger and not LJ user. So yes the following are also true:

    ∀ lj user ∈ blogger (all LJ users are bloggers)
    ∃ emo ∈ (blogger ∩ ¬ lj user) (there are emo kids who are bloggers but not LJ users)

    Neither of these invalidates my previous statements. :)

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  7. LOL, surreal! You can’t make stuff like that up… hehehe… v.funny.

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  8. Matt UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    so what the heck do all the funny upside-down letters mean?
    y’know what, dont answer that :P

    aww.. so much maths stuff i havent learned yet and will probably have to at some point *whimper*

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  9. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Ubuntu Linux says:

    I think most of this stuff is set theory which should be covered in discrete math course at MSU. Last time I checked it is a required undergrad course so you will probably see these soon :mrgreen:

    ∃ – means there exists:

    ∃ students ∈ blogger – there exists at least one member of the set students which also belongs to the set blogger

    ∀ – means for all:

    ∀ students ∈ people- al the members of the set students are also in the set people

    ∩ – intersection – the intersection of two sets is their common part

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  10. ZeWrestler UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    This has some of them:
    ∈ – contained within a set
    ∉ – not contained within a set.

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