School Blues

Last week I began my fourth online class towards my Humanities Degree. I have come to an important realization: I hate online classes.  In 2007 I enrolled in an online class in addition to my “real” classes and dropped it within two weeks. There is absolutely nothing that appeals to me about taking classes online.…

Melodramatic Monday’s

I’m noticing a trend in my Monday’s lately: I develop or at least become aware of certain pet-peeves that I posses. I have a lot of pet-peeves. I’ve made a list before and it seems to only be growing as I spend more and more time in the work world. Monday’s have a way of turning…

A Boy Called “Question Mark”

On April 16, 2007, a Virginia Tech student by the name of Cho Seung-hui murdered 32 people and injured 25 others in what was one of the worst school shootings to date. Everybody was impacted by the massacre that day no matter where they lived. It was heartbreaking, terrifying, and confusing. How could a 23-year old boy…

Summer of the Shark and Other Silly Stories

FINALLY my Asian Literature course ended about 2 weeks ago. I don’t know how I did it but I managed to get an A in the course. Okay an A- if Isaac is reading this. He always makes sure to throw in “It was an A MINUS!!!”, ass. 😉 So last week I started “Great…

Still Got It

Working two jobs and taking a class online has been challenging, to say the least. After a 15-hour day I have a hard time finding even a morsel of energy to read a novel and write essays on it. Especially when the class I’m taking is Asian Literature- yikes! I have a novel per week…