Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Typity Type Type Type

It was a banner day in the transcription office today, with 7+ hours of typing (well, 6:30 with breaks). I started off listening to someone from Mercy Corps talk about the work they do in Kosovo, then broke off midstream to listen to Joan Collins talk about her new book and her wedding to that 12 year old, Percy. She pronounced "placement" as plahs-mahn, and got me all confused. Then I listened to Larry Summers talk about stem cells and in a very obvious fashion make sure to add in "shes" when talking about scientists.

After that I listened to the man who sued the government over including the word "God" in the pledge of allegiance. He was asked what it was like arguing before the Supreme Court; he said it was just like moot court but with older judges and bigger chairs.



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