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Tuesday, May 17, 2005


On This Day In...

What an interesting year. Blogging was one of the trendiest things to do in 2004, and I joined in. Here's to another year of posts that don't make alot of sense.

Thursday, May 12, 2005


Quotable Quotes

As others have done, I'm going to post some quotes. However these quotes are a little different. The come from the time of LT. Specifically the HSLT 2001 vans rides.

"Extra skanky bootylicious bubblegum"

"Oh no! My bananas are gonna explode!"

"Gay Cowboy? Jolly Rancher."

"I don't care, I can suck at things."

"Take me now, Lord!"

"Won't we get enough of this at LT?"

and of course "It's just eye candy."

Quote away....

And as an odd note, there's a guy who looks like M. Night Shyamalan sitting a couple seats away from me right now.

Tuesday, May 10, 2005



I'm at the point where I'm not sure if I even care how the rest of the semester goes. Three finals and lab report are all that remain. When I looked through the exam I had today, I realized that if I could have studied 20-30 minutes more, I could have aced it. All I want to do is NOT do school, organized my junk, and have a nice summer. About 70 hours remain until my release.

Thursday, May 05, 2005


The Dilemma

I've faced this problem the past couple weeks. I have two classes that the teacher (who teaches both) likes to give exams back-to-back on the same day. In class A I understand almost everything that's going on, and I have a decently passing grade. In class B I only understand around half of what he's talking about, I've done very poor on exams, and am unlikely to pass.

One might say that I should work so that I able to pass both classes. I agree. The problem is that class A is 2 credits and B is 4. I understand what's happening in class A; I usually don't in class B. Both class are required, so dropping one isn't an exciting option for me.

Do you have this dilemma in your life? You have two things, whatever they may be, that need to be improved in your life. One is starting to do ok, but could use a little more effort. The other isn't doing so hot. If you only have a little more effort to give, do you get the first area fixed and then work on the second one, or do you work on both of then, however little they might improve?

Life sucks when you have to make hard choices that don't look like a win-lose, but lose-lose.

OK, I think I'm done whining for awhile. All I have left this semester is one lab report, a couple minor tweak to our project, and 4 finals.

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