I wrote a paper late last night.

I'm not sure it's completely right.

I'd like to push the button soon.

By 1 o'clock this afternoon.

My LaTeX file is good to go

I think...but is it really so?

I haven't read through all I wrote.

But if I wait I'll miss the boat.

I can't keep checking all day long.

And who cares if it might be wrong?

I'll hardly feel that brief disgrace.

Tomorrow I'll just push "replace".

Now I'm on the uploads page.

Should I proceed, or disengange?

I guess I better wait a bit...

It's too late! I have pushed "submit"!

John Preskill
May 30, 2002

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