I have a feeling I'll be seeing a lot of Calc II students tomorrow night at work. I already saw quite a few of them today, which is good. It means they're getting started on the problem set. Luckily there are only four problems on it, and two of them are really easy. I love how Dr. Koch says the only thing you need to know about physics for the first problem was that light travels really fast, but they probably already knew that. Hee.
I get to do room selection tomorrow, which means I should probably find the paper with my priority number on it. I think it's in my probability binder since I checked my mail right before going to Dr. Riddle's office to ask him something, only to find out it was exactly what I was thinking about on that problem anyway. That's always good to know. Of course, I'll get it back tomorrow and find out that it wasn't what I was thinking, but that's for tomorrow. Today I'll live in
Now I really do need to get to work. Or pretend to.
...Wow, there wasn't much intelligent thought in this, was there?