I like it, but I'd want to have some lackey do the buying as I relaxed on my private island in Awesomeland surrounded by fine Brazilian women."ANYTHING"?
I would legally print spendable money, grow out my mustache and buy a top hat.
Then I would buy both the boardwalk and park place.
Hahaha lol. Idk equalibrum is ok.. Electro and thermochem is plain out epic easy.Meaning: you got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell.
A popular catchphrase from an SNL skit featuring Christopher Walken as the producer of Blue Oyster Cult. As the band plays "Don't Fear the Reaper", Will Ferrell begins banging obnoxiously on a cowbell. Everyone in the audience assumes that Walken will tell Will Ferrell to stop banging on his cowbell so loudly. However, to everyone's surprise, Walken says something like: "I love the cowbell. I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell."
Thus the phrase was applied to your post of "loving/wanting" something [background information behind kinetics and equalibrum, thermochem and electrochem] that is considered by most insufferable.
I hope I elucidated my meaning...
Two chicks at the same time, you say?No, if it was limited in scope -- that is still what I would do.
If I were to exploit the the open phrasing, I would have said something along the lines of: build a time machine, go back in time and pick up helen of troy and cleopatra -- then make myself king of the entire world with my two queens. Then I would legally print spendable money, grow out my mustache and buy a top hat.
However, since I did not want to exploit the OP's wording -- I stuck with reality.
Lol which is why I'm not a chem major haha. I mean I am just basing this off of general chem 100 lvl.Whoooooaaaa, there's a freshman comment if I've ever seen one. Get back with us in a year or two on that one. Let us know how intermediate E&M and thermo treat you.
I smell a TV show!
you'll just have to wait 40 yearsEasy. I would be a river boat guide and fly fishing guide in Oregon. I would fish the McKenzie River and the Deschutes River, and the Umpqua River, and the coastal rivers of Oregon for steelhead and salmon, and in the off season, I would live on my sailboat, a sweet 35 ft. sailboat, in the San Juan Islands, north of Seattle, and eat oysters and dungeness crab that I caught myself, and drink superb Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley of Oregon, and read novels, and have interesting dinner conversations with my girl friend below deck, just before sunset, which we would watch, of course. And then I would blow out the candles, have an interesting evening, and get up and do it all over again the next day.
Damn. I will be a fourth year med student in three months. Is it too late to go back? I need a time machine. The road not taken, did I miss the best turn in the road. I went right, and I should have gone left. I love sailboats in Puget Sound. And girls, with summer sunlight in their hair, with shimmering light at dusk, with the wind altering the light.