Real Life versus a simulation thereof

Well, I haven’t finished my paper yet. I need to finish it by tomorrow a.m. if I want to turn it in before the new year…and avoid having to work on it at home, when I should be frivoling around with all the other inmates…er, I mean grad students. It’s 8:30 p.m., I have about 12 hours. Think I can do it?
I’ve been playing a lot of SimCity this week. That’s right, instead of my paper. I’ve turned it off now though, so it’s back to the Anatolian Neolithic I go.

16 Responses to “Real Life versus a simulation thereof”

  1. jrau says:

    I think you can do it.
    But there are worse things than just playing SimCity all night, too.
    Good luck 🙂

  2. Michele says:

    Hehe, thanks. Maybe you could lend me some of your extra time, since it’s so early out there.

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