Tuesday, March 25, 2003
I am in french. French is in the middle of the day today. I don't think I much like it at this time, I would rather have it at the end of the day, when there are interesting things to tell you poor, hopelessly bored readers.
I wasn't intending to blog...I was playing Bauns on Orisinal, because it's a good game, but I don't like this school mouse. I'm used to my optical rodent. I also have the attention span of a goldfish (3 seconds, you know), so that sort of limits my game-playing abilities.
I almost fell asleep in math today... probably because I didn't get my usual nap in bio. I actually stayed awake to hear about the circulatory system. Endless good times. Anyways, I really tried to be wakeful in math, since I missed it yesterday, and that is the only class I have where I will be lost if I miss a day. But it just wasn't possible. Sleep is the nectar of the gods, and, as such, it is hard to come by.
I realized that, in yesterday's blog, I used the word 'skive'. I used it in the past tense, in case you're having trouble recognizing it. But this is not a normal word. I'm not sure where I got it from. But there it is.
Last night I watched half of Six Feet Under, which is annoying, because I need to see all of it. More TVs in my house should have HBO on them. Then all would be well, and I wouldn't feel so murderous towards my brother for taking up the TV. Not that he doesn't deserve the murderousness, oh no. He is most deserving. Nasty little critter.
About 10 minutes until class ends. Hmm. Not much else to write about...
The computer teacher was talking with Madame about some aspect of the future curriculum, which involved moving the Mac lab to the Fine Arts wing (this is presumably when we get a new school built). I guess that this somehow means the greater part of the computer curriculum will be got rid of. Anyhow, one of the non-french kids in here asked the computer teacher if that meant she was leaving. The teacher snapped at her "I wasn't talking to you! Turn around and mind your own business!" Sheesh. The woman is insane. The french students in here, of course, know better than to attempt communication with this woman.
I have second lunch today. I hate second lunch. It is boring. And I can never get anything done in study, since it's broken into two useless halves. And I have a lot of math homework/comprehension to try and do. Sigh.
This big, nasty base that the computer screen sits on claims to be an HP (the people who brought us Woodrow) Kayak XA. I'm not sure why they would name it after a boat. It appears to just be some sort of giant spare disk drive, because the CPU is separate, but maybe I am mistaken in assuming it is so simple. It is... ungainly. Unsightly. Hmm. Macs are far superior.
Made some comments about a *ahem* certain college in here today... pretty sure people got really upset. Honestly. People need to learn to stop taking everything so seriously. I am not good at dealing with thick-headedness this early in the morning.
Must trot, my classical conditioning tells me the bell will ring soon.