It may be super geeky of me but I think I'm going to go on a quest when I get out of school. What sort of quest? The kind that last months, at least. I've already considered safari-ing across Africa, but I wonder what else is out there. It would probably cost as much as a semester of schooling is here...but at least that money spent will be extremely worth it (in your face, Pitt). The money spent at this school is a 100% waste, but that's the tragedy of the world today. Spend thousands of dollars for a little certificate that says you know something about something even though you've known for years that you already know something about something. I wish you could just go for a job interview and flat out prove you can do the job, and get the job.*
I almost started ranting again. Well, I kind of did actually, but I promise I'm done. I just ate a box of Junior Mints for lunch. That's right folks, I ate a cup of blackberry yogurt in a minute flat at 7:40 AM so I wouldn't be late for the bus after laying in bed for 20 minutes debating whether I should get up or not, and other than this box of Junior Mints**, I can't eat anything resembling real food until after 6 pm. That's what bills do. They suck away everything you love. And even then, whatever I eat probably won't be real food either, but some sort of powdery cheese and noodle mix that, though delicious, doesn't satisfy the hunger like, say, an oil and garlic pasta with spinach, onions, and red peppers would. Oh, I dare not even think of it.
* - I guess that's not so relevant for surgeons and lawyers and marine biologists and such, who probably don't know too much about their professions before college. Fiction major, however, is absolutely pointless. But alas, here I am.
**- That is not to say, however, that they weren't insanely delicious while they lasted. I'm debating going for another box. I'll clear out that vending machine in the corner so nobody else can have them, and forever be known as the Junior Mint Fiend of the Second Vending Machine from the Left on the Second Floor of the Public Health Building.