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Technomancer and troubleshooter by trade. Programmer by choice. Creator of Deviant Paradigm, somewhat by accident.
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Monday, January 09, 2006
And that's the first day of classes for me. I have a whole one class on Mondays (and Wednesdays--but Tuesdays are from Hell). It was so nice and relaxing. Plus it appears to be fairly easy. At least so far. It's about computer networking, and I just did serial communication inside and out last semester, plus I've worked LANs before and done some playing with the TCP/IP stack and sockets; so it seems like it shouldn't be too tough. I'm not sure about the rest of my classes, but I'm optimistic about everything but Senior Thesis. That one's going to kill me. And I really don't know for sure what I want to do with it either. *frowns*
After class, I had to run some errands and buy books, so there wasn't a point in going to work. I get to take the day off. I was terribly pleased and relaxed. But now that I only have myself and my online friends to keep me company and entertained, that's starting to slip. I blame the guys on the shuttle bus when I came back from buying books. Bastards talking about sitting in a hot tub with some girls (all in the buff)... I only hope my good fortune kicks in soon.
Let me explain: I have terrible luck, but generally good fortune. I almost never get what I want when I want it, but I almost always get what I need when I need it. The only exception to this was my lucky die, which always gave me what I needed when I wanted it. And now even that's gone. Things are getting about to the point of need. Geez, I need to distract myself with the comic or something. I'm sure you'd all appreciate it, both for getting things done and stopping me from whining.