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4:20pm on Tuesday, 3rd July, 2018:
It's a measure of how riveting yesterday's Research Away Day was that I managed to do so many doodles of faces that some of them actually ended up looking vaguely human-like, instead of vaguely human-hit-in-the-face-with-a-brick-like. The human-like ones are only human-like through pure chance, because my drawing skills are so bad that the only person I know who draws worse than me is me using my left hand instead of my right.
Anyway, I had cause to look at the notes I'd taken (yes, I took notes!) and came across this one.
It says "(something) with students (something) with some B/G".
"B/G" is an abbreviation I usually use for "background", but that doesn't mean that's what it stands for this time.
Is there anyone out there in Internet land who can decipher what I've written for me? It's got me beaten.
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