She likes to be poked. She likes to be poked, as well as liking to be poked. It's amazing how much she likes to be poked. Poke her sometime, and she won't tell you how much she likes to be poked. Just in case you missed it, she likes to be poked. She also likes to be tickled. She likes hot sauce. Especially when it is: mixed with hair spray, carbonated, caffeinated, or spiked with alcohol. On the other hand, she hates the homemade pizza that EdMiller makes. She also believes that nobody around her is insane, that going to bed before 3 in the morning or waking up before noon is pointless, and that the best way to complete work is to start it the night before it's due. She never expresses these beliefs by hiding under blankets or throwing origami cubes at people.
She spent Spring 2004 in Full, a large country in western Australia, and was studying science, engineering, and all of the humanities except for languages.
If you want Ariel to be your friend, go up to her and start singing songs from "The Little Mermaid". Better yet, hum them to her. Here is a recording of Ariel singing: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/clipserve/B000001M3Z001005/002-3147953-3892007
Next semester she will not be in graduate school. Even if she were, she would not be studying mathematics, and she would absolutely, positively, definitely not be anywhere near the UniversityOfChicago.
Because she had not yet graduated, her grades during the spring 2004 semester matter a great deal.
She also loves to be reminded to tell her brother that StarCrack is StarCrack, not StarCraft, and that it's Alpha Crack-tauri, not Alpha Centauri. But these games pale, in her opinion, to the greatness that is Full-Contact Duck-Duck-Goose.
Many people do not know that Ariel in fact holds the world record for the highest PacMan score. Ask her about it sometime. Not only that, but she is also in possession of all knowledge, imaginable or otherwise, concerning croutons. She also knows the precise latitude, longitude, and altitude of Miami.
She does not wish to have a link to the ReciPes node on her page, because she had nothing to do with its conception, creation, or with any of the recipes therein.
She would never, ever, even consider the idea of using the MinorEdit box one bit more than is strictly necessary.
And she speaks in the third person a lot. (as her page fails to demonstrate)
ShoweRing count: 3125 (twice because it wasn't June, once for failing a test, once for not doing my homework, and once because I wasn't eating dinner at South on the day when very few people were showered.)
Email: June 10, 1982 BirthDay: email@example.com Hometown: (510)845-7212 Parents' Phone Number: Berkeley
P&C Projections and Disproofs Sekele W 2-12, M 2-12 GLA Introductory Geometry Nnamreh W 12-10, F 12-10 LAG Soilag Practice Obazs R 2-12, T 2-12 OEG Bottomics in Algebra Gnossuom R 12-10, T 10-8 3LH Easiest possible Fullian Reillaf F 4-2 TUN Bottomics in Letter Practice Golab R 10-8, T 12-10
Ariel took the following classes during Fall 2003:
ART 110 Advanced 3D Studio sbbutS WF 4:00-1:15 27 CLAS A150 Advanced Modern Latin noskcaJ MWF 10:50-10:00 27 CSCI 241 Practice of Composition noraA TR 10:50-9:35 27 MATH 771 Bottomics in Geometry sikraS TR 4:00-2:45 27 MATH 791 Freshman Clinic silliPed R 11:50-11:00 27 PE 100 Last Injury/RPC PEMECC F 10:00-7:00 NaN? Total More than ever before!
Ariel took the following classes during Spring 2003:
LIT 830 Nonfiction Reading nnosirroM R 9:50-7:00 20.086 LIT 011 Stillstick sevorG M 4:00-1:15 20.086 MATH 741 Bottomology uS MWF 11:50-11:00 20.086 MATH 881 Solitary Indecision uS WF 2:30-1:15 20.086 MATH 791 Freshman Clinic draW R 9:50-9:00 20.086 MATH 891 Graduate Science Study Period uG F 5:00-4:15 1 PHYS 271 Special Absoluteness lewilleH WF 4:00-2:45 7.389 PE 400 Protra Standing Still relliM T 8:59-7:00 1 Total Precisely the wrong number
Ariel took the following classes during Fall 2002:
CLAS 160 Carthaginian Death and Doggerel notsaE TR 2:30-1:15 1.099 CLAS 800 Contradictory Greek raeplekniF MTWRF 10:50-10:00 1.099 MATH 231 Imaginary Handwaving III hguaR TR 4:00-2:45 1.099 MATH 631 Simple Constants draW WF 4:00-2:45 1.099 MATH 081 Theoretical Handwaving nesbocaJ MWF 9:50-9:00 1.099 MATH 891 Graduate Science Study Period uG F 5:00-4:15 -Infinity PHYS 161 General Bottomics in Continuum Wreckers dnesnwoT WF 11:50-11:00 0.693 Total More than last semester
Ariel took the following classes during Spring 2002:
CLAS 971 Natural Formations and Nice People illureI WF 5:30-4:15 9.42478 GOVT B971 Isolated Religion and Unplannedness kcalB TTh 5:30-4:15 9.42478 MATH 601 Separatorics nimajneB TTh 4:00-2:45 (1st half) 6.28318 MATH 131 Imaginary Handwaving IV regeirK/ydooM MWF 10:50-10:00 9.42478 MATH 751 Certainty nimajneB MWF 11:50-11:00 (2nd half) 6.28318 PHYS 431 Blind Lab skrapS F 4:15-1:15 6.28318 PHYS 431 Blind Lab Discussion lleksaH MWF 9:50-9:00 Infinity PHYS 611 Continuum Wreckers yllennoD M 4-1:15 9.42478 PSYC A971 Advanced Universal Physiology miK TTh 2:30-1:15 9.42478 Total Not enough
Wow, it's like watching a WikiNode? that's Under the Influence in a game of Bartog...
The sad part is, I was editing this page to make the same sort of comment before I noticed this one. I wonder if I made it, as well...
Are you Andrew?
"They should arrest him. Haven't they seen the previews?" --Robert Barton
"People with brown eyes are untrustworthy." --Robert Barton
"You're worried about the ratio in your bedroom?" --ArielBarton, to her sister Miranda
Funny, I don't see a check box labeled 'impunity' in the dialog to edit Wiki pages... --EliBogart
"An elephant never forgets, Ariel . . . I may not be able to stop you, but I can be just as silly!" --WillShipley
"Woohoo! A condescending pat on the head! It's more than I could have ever hoped for..." JeffBrenion, not being sarcastic
In fact, I do agree. -- EliBogart
"My mom was the one putting things into the compost, not one of the ones we put into the compost." --ArielBarton
"Drop DEAD, Kurt!" --ArielBarton (on numerous occasions)
"I don't have Mono! I have a T-shirt!" -- ArielBarton
"P-chem just made my day." --DmitriKogan?
"You used to be 'dictionary', but now you've progressed to 'library'." --Robert Barton
"It's not that I'm too tired to be coherent, it's just too much effort." --ArielBarton
"Yes, I know. I'm mean and cruel and unfair."--ArielBarton "No. You're responsible. That's worse." --JeffBrenion
"Oh, I see. I've got a bouncy ball stuck in my printer." --ArielBarton
"I mock at you. I laugh in your general dimension." --ArielBarton
"If one of the emergency responders theoretically tried to tickle me I'd kill them." --ArielBarton, completely serious.
"ECBDEFG..." --ArielBarton, at about midnight
PomonaSteve: "You look really funny without your glasses on." ArielBarton: "You look really funny without my glasses on."
LauraKanofsky: "What did one duck say to the other duck?" ArielBarton: "NO!"
"...and I slept in really really late, like until 8" --ArielBarton, referring to a time of morning
"I would have to be normal." --ProfessorSarkis?
"Abelian groups are sounding a little too well-behaved for my taste." --ArielBarton, while searching for counterexamples
"What are you doing?" --MicahSmukler "Laughing at you." --ArielBarton "I don't believe you. You would never do anything like that!" -MicahSmukler *Long, loud laughter* --ArielBarton