First day of school. Again.


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Ughghghghghghghhhhghghhghghhghghghhhhhhhhhhhhh, it's the first day of classes. Ughhggghghghghghghghhghghghghghgh. People who get excited about the first day of school obviously cannot remember what happens after the first day of school. Ugghghhghghghghghhhghghhhh. Homework: ugh. Projects: ugh. Papers: ughgh. Midterms: ughghgh. Finals: ughghghhghghgghgghhhh.

Anyone know if Cognitive Science is, um, hard? I'm taking "Language and Mind," at least as of now. Ughgh. And I'm taking "What is Engineering?" which, according to the course evaluation, includes a "bridge building project." Ugh, I already built a bridge in my backyard when I was about 10 years old, and I don't think I need to make another one. Ughghghghghghgh, I'm taking the maximum number of credits allowed by law. Ugh. If you go to Hopkins and are reading this, get on Facebook, look at my courses, and let me know which ones could involve work. Ughh, I wonder if it is wise to accept advice from people who would read this. Eh, ugh, whatever.

For the record, I have not yet signed up for "Computer Fluency," as it could involve stuff like spreadsheets. Or viruses. Ugh. Now if it had the un-spreadsheet...

Posted: Thursday - September 08, 2005 at 06:37 AM          


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