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Wednesday, September 10th, 2003

Time:9:33 am.
Mood: worried.
umm about an hour ago right when I walked out of my apt to go to work I felt this sudden pain in my leg and I look down and I see something green on my leg (bug? spider?) and I panicked and swooped it away with my jacket. It bit me and now it's slightly swelling, a lil red and it stings when I walk. I can walk but it's worrying me it may have been poisonous. But then what are the chances of a poisonous insect loungeng around in fornt of an apt... but just in case I went back to the place where the bug (?) was cuz I realized even if it WAS poisonous I couldn't treat it cuz I dunno what bit me. But it was already gone. My boss at work saw it and said he's pretty sure it looks like a spider bite. He said I should only worry if it starts to swell up... should I just follow his advice or should I worry?
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Time:12:48 pm.
I called the ticketing office today to ask how much individual game tickets cost if i dont buy the 5 game season pass, and they said that you can't buy individual tickets because they are anticipating that there wont be any left, after the 27th game and the one after that. so then i called back because i wanted to be sure, and i asked how much apple cup tickets would cost for a student that did not have season passes and she said 50$. and i was liike "for students?" and she said that there wont be any more student tickets left so any UW student who wants to go to the apple cup but doesn;t have season passes has to pay the regular ticket price. anyone else hear anything like this?
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