Both of my dance classes this week had more guys than girls. I’m going to buy a lottery ticket now, because if one statistically impossible event happened twice in a row, a third may just be the charm for me!
The only parts of my CS theory class I fully grasp are the random jokes the teacher dispenses that are vaguely related to the lecture. God gave the three best possible merits to Russians. However, to be fair, he would only give two of three to any one person: honesty, intelligence, and party membership. [This […]
Today in my databases class, I absorbed a programming concept by mentally comparing it to a Dungeons and Dragons combat mechanic. This is almost as bad as when I learned a Mahjong rule by comparing it to Magic the Gathering spell speeds. I feel like the biggest dork in the world. (In SQL, you can […]
ARGH FUCK YOU PEMDAS I WASTED FIFTEEN MINUTES OF MY LIFE TRACKING DOWN THAT BUG
This weather…where’s it’s cool enough to not worry about wearing too much, where it’s warm enough to not worry about wearing too little, where it’s cool enough to be active outside and feel great when your body responds, where it’s warm enough to feel cozy if it doesn’t…I like this weather. I love this weather. […]
I learned my first dancing dip. God it’s awesome. It’s infinitely smoother and sexier when the teacher demonstrates it (either leading or following), but it still feels damn slick. My pet peeve though? Spinning. I absolutely hate when I have to spin, because I get quite disoriented. I have a much greater appreciation for the […]
Having finished A Song of Ice and Fire, a brilliant medieval series with a touch of fantasy, I find myself restless. Back in elementary school, middle school and high school I would devour books, my hunger a near-insatiable entity that usually lingered around the sci-fi/fantasy section of the library. I didn’t have a whole lot […]
Fuck, mambo is fast.
The old car smell in my Intro to Philosophy room is rather distracting. Also, the lesson learned today: you can pick up chicks by being a Neo-Nazi. I like this guy.
Before I begin my awfully long rant, aka TLDR: I like Boston University, and think that the college and campus are brimming with options and opportunities. The problem with my opinion is that I use the word in the singular. Mine is one voice in thirty-thousand, a staggering number of students each with their own […]