About Myself

Myself is herself. Her real name is awesome, but she like to see users send messages to themselves. Myself's major is Environmental Science and Management, with an emphasis on Watershed Science. That is all.

I, Myself, hope that you have a lovely day :-)


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2010-03-07 22:04:22   Hello and welcome to the Wiki! Please consider using your real name. Anyway, the budget cuts will be blamed on different people depending on who you ask. If you ask an evil conservative like me, I would blame greedy administrators and politicians who do not have the common sense or courage to push a sustainable budget. You should ask other people for whom they blame, I have a problem with putting words in other people's mouths. —hankim

2010-03-12 17:35:41   I've just had the weird experience of talking to Myself, even though I don't exist. I've never met Myself, and I'm probably nowhere near Myself. I don't even feel like I'm Myself of late even though I know that I'm myself, Myself. But I also know that I'm not Myself even when I am myself. Well, anyway, welcome to the Wiki and don't be afraid to express yourself, Myself... —IDoNotExist

2010-03-14 11:29:47   Sometimes I like to walk with Me, Myself, and I. But now I am confused. Do I walk with one, two, or three? Or four?? In any case, I gave you a link so your page wouldn't be linkless. I hope it's the right one. —CovertProfessor

2010-03-14 11:45:49   Happy Pi Day to you, too! —CovertProfessor

2010-03-14 12:01:40   I missed the Shakespearian reference that IDoNotExist made... where was it? —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2010-03-14 18:47:19   Ah, yes! I'm not a literature snob either, but I do love a good reference. In March 4, 2010 Public Education protest/Talk, I wrote, "It might be a good idea to try and learn from this for future topics of acute and emotional importance, as splitting out the rapidly expanding general topic from the specific focus earlier rather than later allows picking out the relevant information, but letting it grow like an untended garden grown to seed, things rank and gross in nature possess it merely, which results in a situation where pruning either runs into great thorns of controversy or loses valuable fruit of discourse." Gotta love the continued relevance of entertainment written over 400 years ago! One wonders how well today's entertainment will hold up. —JabberWokky

  • I can see it now. Four-hundred years from now... "Come at me, bro." —hankim
  • Oh no, I didn't get either of your references! I'm uncultured!!! —Myself
    • Heh. Not getting a reference is never a sin — or even a way to be "uncool" — in my eyes. It's from a part of Hamlet often called the "first soliloquy": http://www.repeatafterus.com/title.php?i=9174 Working with watersheds is really neat, and marks you as awesome in my eyes. I'm from Florida where they accidentally broke half the state a half century ago, trying to do flood control, prevent saltwater intrusion, drain swamps for homes and protect fish, wildlife and the aquifer using the best knowledge of the era, which turned out to be insufficient. The state is now in the middle of a careful many-decade and multi billion dollar effort to fix the Everglades and South Florida. Hopefully it'll go better this time. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2010-03-21 13:32:08   I spy a fellow Ag&E student! Greetings, from a hydrology major. —EBT