hah! i jst wanted to know what's going on with everyone?
Currently, i have a Alg 2 proj due next week that i'm procrastinating on. Its really easy -- use different types of equations of a line to make a picture or design. Basically, all that means is i have to get a picture, impose it onto a graph, trace out the major lines, and input the data points into a calculator to make an equation. Who cares about the good old fashioned way? Procrastination's more modern!
But that class is easy. As we get closes to the Final in world history, we have to spend time looking up that last minute stuff we didn't cover while studying our final material. We have officially reached the dregs. I am about to beat the shit out of some dickhead slackers in weight lifting who do not seem to understand working out. And french is french. Easy, and with lots of free time and gambling at the end of class. Next semester is not going to go as i planned and i will probably end up having to take some tech prep electives to fill up my shedule.
Which reminds me, that I may indeed end up going to the AF academy as i realize that everything is lined up for me to go. I have a grandfather and greatgrandfather on my mothers side who all attended the academy, my father attended the academy, my grades are good, i will be a falconer (and which branch is notorious for showing off its falcons?), and the simple fact that because the AF academy has very good education has attracted all the geeks who just want a degree and will be "bus drivers' (tankers and the like) for their career -- the demand for fighters and people with warrior mentality is high. And now i have the opportunity to push it over the edge, and join AFJROTC. It ain't the best, I certainly wouldn't pick it simply because the mentality of those in it is certainly anti-physical, and very civilian like. But even though i won't likely attend all three sessions to get me a better paycut, i can still use it to gain even higher recommendation. So bleh. We'll see what happens.
Speaking of falconry, i passed the test with an 88 (which seems to be common among those falconers who have studied). So I'm pretty much a member of the GA Falconry Association, and will spend the summer doing "arts and crafts," so to speak. Making hoods, jesses, a mews (a really big craft), perches, and traps. The trapping part should be fun, though the license costs more ($30, as compared to $10 for a standard license -- which is more often misused). Yay.
how am i going to pay for that? 2 jobs, hopefully. Or maybe just 1, but i hope for 2. Hopefully the movie theatre, and then a movie rental strore sounds nice. Heh. Then all the fast food restaurants have been applied to, and i missed an interview for wendy's last thursday due to my bus having a flat tire. And the fact that even though wendy's is across the street my parents made me ride the bus home, which added up, would basically be 70 minutes sitting on my ass just to be delivered back to point A. *shrug* The manager said "thursdays" anyway, so i hope it doesn't hurt me.
So yeah, i'm doing relatively good (except for that job part).
Whats going on with you?