August 10
another party

hey kids.

if any of you are feeling like hitting up whistler for some summertime sun, beers and musical mayhem, i'm helping throw a party at the GLC for some cheap dirty beats advertising. check the deets on the flyer below:


should be a good time. mostly breaks, a bit of electro, a bit of house and some reggae / dancehall to start the night and get everyone warmed up. there'll be some giveaways (we've got tons of dirtybeats t-shirts now, thanks to a friend who works at a t-shirt store up here) and some cheap-ass drinks (okay, cheap for whistler).

yes, the flyer probably looks some shitty shade of green cuz i didn't feel like fixing the color palette (sp?). and mel, it would be great if you came, we need more dj whores :P


posted by mike at August 10, 10:35 PM

but you said whistler was rife with whores, why do you need to import a specialized kind?

posted by: beth on August 12, 2004 10:41 PM

whistler doesn't have so many whores as it does dumb bunnies. and easy bunnies. that was just a little jab cuz i know how much mel loves djs and people who talk about dj'ing.

posted by: mike on August 14, 2004 12:48 PM

x is the factor that makes an easy bunny not a whore.
solve for x.

posted by: beth on August 16, 2004 02:15 PM

x = money given exclusively for sex

come on, test the math major with some harder questions.

posted by: mike on August 16, 2004 11:49 PM

Consider a one-dimensional rod, 0 <= x <= L. Assume that the heat energy flowing out of the rod at x = L is proportional to the temperature difference between the end temperature of the bar and the known external temperature. Derive an expression for the temperature at point x on the bar at time t.

Bonus question: Derive an expression for the number of children (or dumb bunnies) who get their tongues stuck to the rod as a function of the external temperature.

posted by: tim on August 17, 2004 11:41 AM

just a quick bit of info before i solve this one: exactly what type of rod are we referring to here?

posted by: mike on August 18, 2004 12:28 AM

Feel free to toss in some stuff to account for heat conduction, but let's assume that it's a metal rod that conducts heat very well.

posted by: tim on August 18, 2004 11:26 AM

come on, mike, this is a *classic* heat transfer problem!

posted by: beth on August 18, 2004 04:16 PM

i was making a lewd reference to "rods" there. and, yes beth, i know this is a classical heat transfer equation -- i paid next to no attention to physics though (i think that's where this was from). from what i remember this dealt with fourier's law (sp?) and partial differentials. if you really want me to solve this, i'll do it just for you beth. or i can just tell you to google it and save me the time :P

posted by: mike on August 18, 2004 08:51 PM
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