Here's a wacky idea: try writing the essay yourself! Just a suggestion.
My referrer logs are a useful source of information about people's online searching skills. I've been told that librarianship is a dying profession because EVERYBODY knows how to use Google and EVERYBODY knows how to use the Internet, so who needs librarians anymore? Yet my referrer logs are full of Google searches for things like loblaws furniture collection and email addresses queen of england 2004. With no quotation marks or any other attempt to narrow or refine the search! Yeah, the Queen's e-mail address query threw me off too, but I tested it by adding "cellar dweller" and then cellar dweller and the first hit was for the Queen Street West 2004 post. So there you go.
Like, the coolest professor EVER One of my professors sent this e-mail yesterday, regarding this evening's class. To quote Joey Tribiani, "This man is my god." I have also been informed that tomorrow evening is a historic one in the world of television: the final episode of "Friends." Many people,I have come to find out, are devoted fans of this show, and would not want to miss a single second of it. And although I know that we are in the era of VCRs and TIVO, many people still want to catch it "live" or in the company of their friends. It is my understanding that the show starts at 9pm, and so in the interests of any fans of "Friends" who are enrolled in FIS 2172H and who may be wanting to forego the intellectual stimulation of a FIS course for the seemingly greener pastures of "Friends," I say to you that you don't have to choose. You can have it all: intellectual stimulation and "Friends," because [I] promise to stop by 8pm. Thus, you have an hour to get to wherever you are watching "Friends." To make this work, I will start at exactly 6pm, as I will on all evenings. Actually, I feel that the quality of Friends declined dramatically after the second or third season, but seeing as I'm still feverish and unable to concentrate on anything more intellectually stimulating than the Toronto Star, I might give the series finale a whirl.