In just 7 short weeks I'll be finished with school for the year. I've been trying to decide what classes I should take next semester. It is a choice between many evils, algebra being the largest, most diabolical evil and political science running a close second. Algebra. Who ever thought up such a horrible subject. It's just ... well it's unnatural. Letters and numbers do not add up to anything -- it's like a dog and a killer whale trying to breed. It just ain't happenin'. I suppose I should just get it out of the way before the stress of knowing I have to take the class builds up to mammoth proportions, but I really, really don't want to. I've never been particularly science literate. I am astronomically challenged in the field (hey that was pretty good, huh? astronomically ... astronomy .. science ..haha, I kill me). For the past year and a half I've been pulling out my Scarlet O'Hara persona when it comes to registering for the class -- why, fiddle dee dee, I can't think about that right now, I'll think about it tomorrow. I probably won't register for it in the fall either. I have a Spanish class to take and I can only handle one difficult one at a time. So, Spanish and 3 cushy English classes .. that'll do ;)
I wonder if the college would accept this reasoning for not taking algebra...
A math atheist ... I like it.
My advisor will love it