I guess it’s been another 2 years since the last time I tried to take classes & it’s time to try my hand at schooling again. Did you know that they charge more money every time I decide to go get humiliated by an institution of “higher learning”? Spring classes are tough to sign up for, since I just did a bunch of Christmas shopping (and ended up spending as much on myself as well). Classes at the Community College are cheaper than at the State University, and much cheaper than at a Private College, but they still cost money. I was looking at what classes I would like to take, and I quickly had three or four classes I thought I could handle pretty easily that added up to being a full-time student. Which adds up to full-time prices. Looking at my finances (Teel opens other browser windows for a moment away from typing this and sees many, many numbers), I can see that while I do not have the actual money to pay for classes today, I will certainly have it before classes begin Jan. 14. Also, based on the fact that registration has been open since October 1 and the classes I want are little-wanted & not yet full, I believe I will be able to get into them with little-to-no difficulty when the money appears in my accounts. So, I guess that means that between you and me, we have at least four weeks to talk me out of/into taking classes in the spring. I don’t think I’m entirely decided one way or the other right now, but it looks like I’ll have to ride down to the school to sign up for the math class I want, so … monkeys don’t eat neutron stars. I’m a little lost. I think I’ll go home now. Maybe do some laundry. Maybe decide to pay $10 to go watch some weirdos become aroused by fire. Maybe just get those missles ready to destroy the universe.
Oh, and if you are someone who isn’t my friend/family who knew I had most of last week off, I had most of last week of, which means I had no internet access for most of last week, which is why there were no new posts here, not updates on Modern Evil. If you can’t deal with it, then you’re dead by now. For the rest of you, thanks for surviving.