Sound Sleeper

Posted February 14, 2000 at 5:27 pm No Comments

Ah, I had such wondrous updates planned for the last few weeks.  But the best laid schemes of mice and Monzies gang aft agley, as the esteemed Robert Burns might have said had he watched me attempt to write a 7-figure NSF funding proposal in the midst of three class projects, a job interview, and a nasty case of the flu.

I’m not sure if either of these studies hold much merit, but I do know that a night or two of substituting caffeine for sleep can make my brain and body function in unusual ways.  Suddenly I’m capable of performing extraordinary feats of physiological wizardry, like continuing to sleep as my CD alarm clock blares techno music at 120 decibels.

Adriana attempts to quiet my
snoring by repositioning my head.

I’ve always been a sound sleeper, but the condition is intensified by sleep deprivation.  As you can see in this video, a couple of Long Island Ice Teas don’t help much either, as repeated attempts to revive me prove unsuccessful.

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