Nutrition Association October 13, 2005
The UPS man came this morning and returned my camera back to me. The round trip from california to texas and then back was about 17 days. I was overjoyed the find that the two issues I had with it were both fixed. Aside from the flashing, there was also some dust on the lens or sensor that caused spots.
My first class of the day was at 1:40, so I had a lot of time in the morning to rest and work. After that lecture, I sat on the quad doing statistics homework. Another guy sitting on the grass pulled out a ukulele and started singing pretty loudly. There were a ton of people walking around, but noone seemed to think it was unusual. It made me pretty happy, and I laughed quite a bit at the whole scenario. I think every song he sang was a love song… Maybe he thought he was a bird or something.
After our statistics discussion, bam-bam and rachel went to a meeting for nutrition majors and I decided to tag along. There were two bikes and three people, so bam-bam rode on the back of rachels bike. Whenever they were moving slowly, the bike wobbled a lot, and I thought it was pretty hilarious.
I learned that the nutrition major is pretty much the opposite of computer science in terms of gender ratio. Aside from me, I think there was only three or four other guys in the room.
My final class of the day was a calculus discussion. When it was over at 7, I went to the ARC to play basketball with Trevor and James Slaughter (Rachel told me they would be there). I realized I didn’t have socks, so Rachel went to her locker there and let me borrow a pair of hers. Thanks a lot.
During the games, I realized that james and trevor were very into basketball. Since I’ve faded away from the sport in the past few years, I wasn’t really keen about all the manly “baller” lingo everyone was saying. When I asked about the score, everyone said, “Point eight!”. I thought to myself, “Right…”. I’m getting back into the flow of things though…