Russell Casse wrote:
You went to Gloucester Catholic?
lol, yeah. I'm also one of the last 30 people to have been forced to take Latin at GCHS (unless they brought it back as mandatory again after I graduated). We complained pretty much every day about that class, since it screwed us for later since we still had to take 2 years of another language (so the elective class junior year was wasted on foreign language and not something more interesting, especially since the same 30 people also doubled up math sophomore year, which meant even one less elective, well not all of us, but most).
Ahhh... high school. You know, I still from time to time wake up from night thinking I had some paper or test due that day and didn't study/do the work. Actually that is more likely college since I tended to skip a lot of the morning lectures freshman and part of sophomore years (damm stupid set curriculum for engineer students which didn't even let you pick what time your classes were, let alone what classes you had to take... and boy did they ever love making sure everyone had a 8am lecture every day of the week or a "quiz" time 8am Monday and 5:30pm Friday, during which we had quizes/tests in calculus, physics, chemistry, and biology every week, with the most brutal thing being that the physics test should have also been doubled as a calculus test, as it typically involved using the exact same calculus skills we were learning that same exact week to be able to solve the problems, so double F's to those who didn't understand the math).
And it took me a while to grasp the concept of "e" in calculus, which screwed me for a several weeks in both classes (especially since the first time it even appeared was on the test, let alone in the lectures, recitation, or homework!!!! (which I actually went to for calculus since it was at 1pm or 2pm depending on if it was a 2 hour lecture or 3 hour recitation).
Why am I getting lectured about Final Fantasy? Eat shit how about that.