So much.. sooooooooooooo much. Matter of fact I left my gf's appt. to come here at mom's to write school projects, and since I'm here I only surf through HF and other habs related sites. Haven't even open MS Word yet.. and might enjoy a walk to McDonalds because obviously those jr McChikens help you studying.
LOL, this thread comes right on time! Myself, I have my best grades in University during the lock-out year. I have season tix this season and I'm forced to sell them during the last couple of games and guess what I do at home, watching the game at home instead of studying. So I start studying after the game until 4-5am the last couple of days. It's even worse in spring, when the playoffs start exactly at the same time as my final. School or hockey, I really dunno
Well considering I'm sitting here with my Psychology book on my lap and really just spending time reading HFBoards and anticipating the game, when I have two tests tomorrow... yes. Yes they do. Before the season started I was pulling in all 90s or higher so we'll see how my University marks go for now on.
After just handing in an assignment only 50% completed because of last night's game, I've decided to only listen to the game on radio tonight. I find that if I go to a coffee shop, then get the NHL.com radio feed I will actually get work done. However, it comes with the consequence of looking like a retard when Montreal scores. Leaf fans (and even neutral patrons) don't take kindly to me yelling "YEAAAHHH, YEAAHHH, HOW YOU LIKE THAT BABY!" in the coffee shop.
Not back to school yet, just working....does it effect my work...luckily it's a family owned business or would have been fired since the season's start. Being on the west coast the games are so early....so I just leave work @ 3:00pm on game days