41 – One in a Million

41 – One in a Million

I felt like this in *so* many classes.

Ooooooh, it’s in color! Whoa! It’s the magic of the holidays! (Or the magic of being done with finals.)

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  1. Chris says:

    Hey Jenny – the link to the Christmas wallpapers doesn’t work. Permissions issue. :/ Just a FYI.

  2. Jenny says:

    Thanks for letting me know! I’ve moved them to different webspace til I can figure out what’s wrong on this end. The link’s changed in the vote incentive, so you can see them there. :-)

  3. Frank says:

    it’s not as if we enjoy being a bunch of darked-out bodies with male gender symbols for faces. my happiness increases monotonically as the number of darked-out bodies with female gender symbols for faces increase.

  4. Myra Safetydance says:

    so you dont care about ladies’ faces? you just see them as darked-out bodies? :( great.

  5. Myra Safetydance says:

    Holy emoticons, Batman! Smileys work here! no flippin’ way!!

  6. Mali says:

    This is almost math class I was in once I got past calc….There are many reasons I like going to my liberal arts school

  7. Kataklysmos says:

    About the vote incentive, what about us poor folks with widescreens? Are we damned to center an image?

    P.S. 1440×900 pixels is my res.

  8. F says:

    Myra:
    I think what Frank is saying is that he is most pleased when he observes that most of his class is female. Just as Jenny is first noticing that her class is 99% male, and their personality traits and bodies will be noticed at a later time.
    The “silhouette and gender symbol” being symbolic of the one fact overriding our hero(ine)’s ability to notice the other facts about them just yet. Not that Frank (or Jenny) prefer shadowy stereotype people.

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