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What I did on my first day of freedom... 
Tuesday May 11th, 2004 21:52
Ohta Kouzou
Well, you'd expect a typical guy that just finished school would sleep in, relax, and then proceed to party hard. Well I'm not a typical guy, instead of doing "normal" things I drafted a constitution for an organization I am no longer part of. Let me tell you, writing a (good) constitution is no easy task. Every time you write something down, you have to check to make sure it can't be misinterpreted. What makes this task even harder is that the MCDS (Marianopolis College Debating Society) is designed to be a rather undemocratic organism, governed largely on trust. I think I got it though, now everyone else needs to read it and make changes.

Just so everyone is clear, I did do other things that didn't tax the mind too much. I actually played a lot of StarCraft, although it was actually for research purposes (I swear!!!!). One of the possible debate topics that can come up this weekend at Waterloo is actually StarCraft. So today I played cheated through 15 levels of the single player campaign to remember the story. My quest shall continue tomorrow...

Also if anyone from Iida workcamp is reading. HI!!!
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