As the semester draws to a close, I am reminded how important hard work is in this last week of class. And by hard work, I mean a menial paper for macroeconomics. And by important, I mean DEARGODWHYAMIDOINGTHISATTHELASTMINUTESTUPIDSTUPIDSTUPID
Yes, it was this exact project which inspired a haiku I posted yesterday. It is not a particularly hard project, to be honest: I have to split a four-page paper with two other people: I write four page papers on my own all the time for fun (In case you haven't noticed my gallery). But the distinguishing characteristic there is "fun." I am as motivated about doing economic analysis of the patient protection and affordable care act as a pacifist being invited to attend the UFC championship. Except at gunpoint. That is to say, I am going to be looking forward to NOT LOSING 20% OF MY GRADE. That does not mean I am looking forward to writing this paper. I guess that's life, though.
Changes to Shard! Specifically, various names that sound completely different. Why? Because I finally invented a language to base them off of. Oh, and chapter 4 is up, of course. One change I anticipate is looking into paragraphing, as per the advice of . I'm not sure when I will find the time to do so, but I'm definitely planning on it.