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A memey sort of thing
delirium happy
rho
Go on, answer these questions for me. You know you want to.

1. When was the last time you spoke to somebody else about me?
2. Who was it you were speaking to?
3. What did you say about me?

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My housemates, yesterday about how an energy company signed you up for bills you didn't ask for, after we saw the same thing on Watchdog.

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around the time i came out to Duška whenever that was
Duška
she asked me about my past relationships and what they were like (part of the "i've never met a lesbian!" thing) and so i told her briefly about past relationships, including you.

1. When was the last time you spoke to somebody else about me?
Yesterday.
2. Who was it you were speaking to?
Dana
3. What did you say about me?
Um, something about kittens. Some flash game involving kittens. I was very disturbed.

1) A couple of days ago or so.
2) A certain small composer boy.
3) Talking about the Doh Zone and how long you and Matt have known each other and other random chitchat.

1) No comment
2) No comment
3) No comment

;)

ooh ooh ooh i do remember the last time i talked about you. i was just going to be an arse and say "i don't know", but now i do so you get a real answer.

1. about two days ago
2. tomgiddings
3. it was about that murderer (? i think it was a murderer) in chorley. and i said "eep, i know someone in chorley". yes, fascinating, i know.

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Last week, in fandom_chat, except it was the actual chat. We were talking about love. :)

1. When was the last time you spoke to somebody else about me?
Yesterday
2. Who was it you were speaking to?
Izzy
3. What did you say about me?
"I like rho!" to which she responded, "I know!"

1. When was the last time you spoke to somebody else about me?
Yesterday.

2. Who was it you were speaking to?
Disability coordinator at my uni (Sheffield).

3. What did you say about me?
I was discussing general disability provision and asked her how much they'd had to do for the mental health things... She said they were becoming a lot more aware etc etc.

I mentioned you as 'a friend of mine' who was starting uni again, for the 3rd time and how you were very open with the dept about depression and such things. I said you didn't receive DSA (although you'd probably have got it) but that you had told the dept and I assumed it was 'on file'. When you had a bit of a wibble and /needed/ time out that you had emailed the dept and they'd been all civilised. I said it was a good example of awareness rather than money, or actual tangible provision.

The disability coordinator woman says the departments make such a difference, a good department goes most of the way for many students. She is the one who often has to go and hit people on heads with sticks.

I don't know if you have seen This webpage which contains links to the official educational guidelines which all universities should be doing. This was written by some special needs body and modified for the Sheffield site. The individual 'disability' types pages are very good and I have referred friends and lecturers to them because they are well written. They explain context and don't try and define too much, while still retaining enough info for someone who hasn't met disability type X before to get some idea of how they can help.

I should really do a page on this shit for my website, would be a useful wossname since I do seem to discuss uni and needs provision quite a lot.

Natalya

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Hm. Can't remember when or what I said, but the last time I talked about you must have been to Stella.

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