Thursday, April 26, 2007

The river Arun

Arun is a river in Nepal.

And thats all I know about it. And apparently so does wikipedia. Now, since I know as much as wikipedia on this topic, I will surely get at least a B in tomorrow's CE242 (Geosciences) exam.
I mean, if wikipedia can't get a B, I don't know who can. The wisdom of the crowds has to count for something... Right? Right?

<bonecrunchingdryness>Yeah, right.</bonecrunchingdryness>

4 comments:

Johnny Tent said...

:D

Poor you. Truth is... fuck you know it already!

rohitkat said...
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rohitkat said...

:P crowd knows very much, but how will you use net in ur exam or u r thinking to use that wiki which does not require net. :) you know what i am talking about if u r a nerd.

but which wiki u used, wikipedia gave me a different result.

The Arun is a river in the English county of West Sussex.

REFFERENCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Arun

bheekling said...

but which wiki u used, wikipedia gave me a different result.

The link is in the post. Look for the word "wikipedia" :)