Yesterday, I finally finished one of the many things which were due a week ago. Ah, accomplishment.
The rabbit is still on my way to work. The past three times I walked by there, I nearly tripped over the rabbit. It is rapidly changing from a literary symbol and tool into a disgusting nuisance. At least it's cold out. It doesn't smell quite yet.
I find it ridiculous that break is nearly over, I have spent almost the entire time working, and I have yet to complete most of the stuff I wanted to get done.
Interesting. Someone just installed BitTorrent. on one of the lab computers. I'm not sure what's the point, though. All of the CD burners are disabled. It doesn't look like he has anything plugged into the USB port. If it's really big, he's not going to get it done by the end of the day, when everything resets itself.
This next semester is going to be pretty rough, especially considering that I did not get to any of the review work for 207 I ment to do.
I want to learn C#. I could write why, but none of you don't care and would skim over this paragraph anyway. :-P
A few days ago, I finished Catch-22. Great book. I'm looking for a new book to read, so if you have any suggestions, leave them here.
Maybe this will motivate me to return the books I owe to two different libraries..... :-P
Why does LJ's spell checker not recognize contractions?
Perhaps a better question would be why I didn't pay attention in class when I was in elementry school so I would not be dependent on spell checkers at the age of 20.
Oh, and if you haven't heard, it seems like Temple will only be offering housing to first and second year students. I am glad that idiocity like this no longer affect me, yet it saddens me none the less. A lot of effort was put into making Temple more of an "on-campus" school than a commuter school. It feels like the current administration is actively working against those long term efforts.