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Very nice.

I never saw any 4.0's at university but did see a lot of 2.x's. :)

As George from Seinfeld put it, "His G.P.A. is a solid 2.0! Right in that meaty part of the curve - not showing off, not falling behind."

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*grin*, thanks... and i agree it's a bit 'showy'. i am a self proclaimed perfectionist and i'll admit that it's nice when things do turn out as expected. =)

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Congratulations! I know the professors for several of those classes, so I know how hard you had to have worked for those As. Considering that it was the summer, when it's hard for everyone to focus on school, that's quite an accomplishment.

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Seriously, you deserve to show off a 4.0.

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Congrats! I start my classes later today (it's been over ten years since I was in college...). If you check my fotolog, I've got a bunch of pics from my trip to San Francisco. Excellent time. Hope this finds you well. These are the SF pics...

http://www.fotolog.net/antfactor/?photo_id=785143

Keep hitting next and you'll see them. leave comments if you like (we love comments!) Ever been there? It's VERY nice.

Oh... and I'll figure on a way of getting you some tunes. Drop me a note. (ha!)

anthony in nyc.

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Thanks for the comments Anthony, and congrats on going back to school! There's something about university that feeds the soul and makes one feel alive. i compare it to the endorphins one feels after a good workout. after all, isn't the brain considered a muscle? no, wait... it's an organ... though sometimes we work our organs like muscles don't we. =P

and no, i really haven't been to San Francisco as an adult male, was there when i was 11 with my parents... went for a ride on a trolley, visited fisherman's wharf, drove down Lombard street. Someday i'll make it there... i have two friends from Rochester who have been SF DJs for years: Steve Keen and Neil Lewis. i've been really wanting to get out there for a visit for a few years now. i've been talking to Steve to try to get him to send me some SF music on CD so i can use it this fall at the RIT radio station, am gonna look into hosting a mix show there and i need new music for it.

loved your pictures on the foto log, checked them all out and left a couple of comments. you really have an eye for thought provoking perspectives on things. keep me posted on new postings. the only down side: the site you post them on is excruciatingly slow.... check out typepad.com.... not a free service however.

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