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A signal to my prof!!

A signal to my prof!!

                          -A  Fucked Up IT 2nd Yr.



Sir, 

Communications IT 402... some say it is the toughest paper of this semester...but for me it's like life or death at this moment.... 


Staring at the notes I feel completely blanked out !! And seem to have forgotten it all... And also lost all my hope
 ( so am watching the Republic Day Parade, it's splendid ryt?... yea aur kuch nahi mila)


My whole mind seems to be wired up and signals are interfering. There is too much noise and attenuation. The distortion and disturbance in the signals is beyond the capacity of my brain.


The mind is telling me to transmit the notes in FM to my brain (less noise better quality signal)  but the heart only is able to transmit in AM ( easier to transmit and receive, greater area of coverage). While the eyes is stuck with DSB-SC signals( requires less power to transmit, so is less tiring for my eyes). 


After all this transmitting and receiving , I have to analyze these damn signals and demodulate them to make something understandable out of the signals I just modulated. 


Analyzing the signals, and the great Fourier uncle with Mathematics Sir ji , come into the whole picture and create a havoc inside me... With all those transformations and properties my mind just 
scrambles all these together to make what I prefer to call "Anda Bhurji" inside my head.




The last thing that I should be thinking actually at this moment , only 10hours before the paper is about all the shit i just wrote... and still am writing. 


Well when a brain is fucked up so much that everything seems fair!! 

Like they say in the marines... It's SNAFU !!

Situation Normal: All Fucked Up.




All I hope that my Communications prof ( who is my HOD also, shit!!) is able to receive all the "DON'T FAIL" signals that I will be transmitting in all the type of modulations tomorrow..!! 


Respected Communications, please don't let that signal die..!


Over and "OUT!! "
by-
A Fucked Up IT 2nd Yr.

It's FUBAR, SNAFU, TARFU all in one go! 

And I am like, BOHICA. 

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