My God, I need to learn to stop sitting with people at lunch. My companions for it were griping about how deficiencies in people shouldn't be quantified because everyone else has deficiencies too. When I explained the fact that magnitude plays a role in the line between deficiency and disorder, I was informed, "But that's not fair."
I just found Bri's Mom on Facebook. :DDDD
I'm getting paid tomorrow!! Putting some of it away so that I can rock the house when I go home for Thanksgiving (12 more days and counting), but the money is good for buying food and stuff.
So, I'm scrapping my current NaNo for a new plot. Probably fatal, but this one is so much more interesting. Will keep you posted.
We're college students. I think that the "Life isn't fair" argument should have sunk in a few years ago.
And anyway, if someone is pretty much blind, I'd like that to be quantified and the person to be alerted to their blindness so that I don't designate them as the sober driver in the near future.
So I'm starting to discover that I really like "The Lonely Island" as a band. Their songs are ridiculous, but as long as you don't listen to them expecting lyrical genius, then they're generally funny. The current endeavor of mine and my roommate's is to memorize the lyrics of "Like a Boss."
Another chapter of Torch is going up tomorrow and, with NaNo on my plate, all my other projects are on multiple backburners, including Matchstick, My Life is Average, Why Is It So Dark In Here, and all my one-shots.