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Another Day, Not Quite as Eventful...

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Still haven't found my keys. The woman I dropped off my paperwork with yesterday wasn't in the office, so I just had to leave my email for her, and hopefully she'll get back to me tomorrow.

I went to my first Computer Science II for Non-Majors class of the semester (java programming). It looks like it will be easy; last semester I actually took the CS I class that the computer science majors take, and it actually covered at least half of what we're going to be covering in this class (I couldn't take the class that's supposed to follow that one because it had a co-requisite math course that has about 4 prerequisites). Anyway, I'm a little disappointed that this class is going to go so slowly and cover so little new material, but at least I should have more time to spend on my other classes.

Pears and colby jack cheese are my new favorite snack ^_^ Cheese and pears was suggested in that slide show about cheese, which I think there's still a link to on the Start page...never really would have thought of that one on my own, but it's great!

I'm almost having a problem reaching my minimum number of calories these last couple of days, but I think that's because I've been waking up late and missing breakfast - it's just kind of difficult to get up early when you don't have anywhere to go until 4:00 in the afternoon.
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    I'm retaking Pro Design & Development (I could not understand a word of what my professor said the first time I took it) which is the pre-req class for Comp. Sci. My bro is a step ahead of you in Comp. Sci. though so if you have any trouble send me a message and I'll ask him to help.
    And I understand the whole wake up late, not enough calories thing. The way I see it, you're awake less of the day so you'll need less calories overall.
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