Oh, the Cinema computer lab. One thought of the eight cheery ethernet-enabled iMacs and fax machines and books of headshots and production notebooks and permit applications, and I'm able to forgive a great many sins committed.
On days when I never seem to leave campus, EVER, the lab is like coming home. Especially now that USC got a webmail thingamajiggy going on.
Today started off very very bad and has gotten better since. But the reason for the badness is that I'm past the deadline for taking my science class pass/no pass, which means a) I have to actually keep paying attention and b) the midterm I didn't do very well on this morning will hurt all the more.
It's just a stupid GE class, but I still resent it, and it's really going to bug me when I get this test back. I just didn't study the right things last night - too much theory, not enough of Aristotle. Stupid Aristotle. We proved one of his theories wrong in my lab section this afternoon, and I found myself writing it over and over in my lab report. "As you can see, Aristotle was wrong." "Yes, because Aristotle was wrong."
Eh, I suppose I should say at this point. I can manage an A- in this class if I don't do any worse than a C on the test. And I don't think it was THAT bad. And if it was, it's just a stupid GE class. And no, I don't keep saying this over and over again because I'm trying to convince myself.