Campus Bus Stop January 13, 2006
My computer science discussion in the morning definitely helped make things clearer. Since there’s so much material to cover, Sean Davis blazes through slide after slide without letting it sink in much. In addition to the two projects I have already, my other three classes have a huge load of coursework as well.
After my discussion, I finally got a chance to speed bag again at the ARC. There was already a person using a speed bag, but he wasn’t like anyone I’d seen in there before. His fists moved in a blur, and the rhythm of his bag was just like in the boxing movies. By using a speedbag next to him, I got a bit faster and it turned into more of a workout. As he was leaving, he told me I should buy boxing tape to use on my hands instead of the boxing gloves I’ve been using. Hopefully I’ll be as fast as him sometime soon… Hopefully.
For lunch I went to the dining commons with Ross again. Every time I go with him, it’s always after our 12-1 lecture, and by that time I’m starved so I eat a mountain of food. These big lunches keep me full for most of the day.
In computer science, our second project is to write the game of checkers. It’s going to be pretty tough.
After my last class, I took the bus home. Taking the bus at night is a lot better than biking.