That's not what the Death card means

Square and parallelogram equals American-Made!
written 2006-08-21 13:32:00

Man, Commerical Law and Products Liability are scary. And that only after one class each. In Commercial, the professor is at least going to warn us a day before we're in the hot seat. In Products Liability, Prof. Young just jumped right into it - theory, ideas, market concepts, how the great judges of the twentieth century were all wrong - that's heady stuff for the first day back, first class of the semester.

Can't wait for tomorrow, where I have three classes instead of two. They start later, though. M-W-F is my morning classes, and T-R is noon to afternoon. But no night classes, got those out of the way last semester. Maybe next semester - there's usually a Real Estate class at night, 7 PM to 9:45 PM or something.

Wednesday will be weird - Commercial Law at 9 AM, then... um... nothing. Until Thursday. That's weird.

Hope everyone's doing well. Send me e-mail. I'm adjusting poorly to not being in the 215, with its cavalcade of friends and family and such.

I'm going to go check out the Rite Aid. You may recall that the Rite Aid took over the spot where the Hardee's was, and this was a source of great misery to me. We'll see if I can overcome this emotional hardship.

--13:27 PM, EST, Ada, OH, "hot, nasty, bad-ass speed."

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