But, I mean . . . I don't want to be at either. I mean, yes, absolutely I want to see my friends again, at both places. But - besides that - what is there for me at *either* place?
Logically speaking, I know college is good and all that. It just seems pointless sometimes. I get tests back, I have to do math homework, I've got an absurd amount of econ to read. A new quarter of psych starts. (Hopefully this one will be more interesting than the past two. I don't care about how the brain physically works or how we recognize things - I'm interested in putting shattered people back together.) Comp sci looks like it might get into interesting stuff, perhaps stuff that I *didn't* figure out a while ago. (Ya know, if we added a *stack* to this, you could write a DFA for a^n b^n . . . and yeah, that's what we finally got to last week.)
I actually can't remember if I have another class or not. I don't remember which I've mentioned. I could figure it out pretty easily by looking up and counting, but . . . they're not very existent, if that makes sense.
I don't have enough grounding . . . sigh.
I'm about to write a long reply to this entry, because I have a lot to say. I'd write it here, but then it wouldn't be there, and if I write it there then it won't be here. And I hate data duplication. So click that link, folks.