It's been awhile since I last wrote on here, so it's time for an update.
I'm done with Computer Applications. We presented our PowerPoint on Yao (hoping Jimmy would like it) and got a 100 on it. Now that that's out of the way, I'm sure I'll get the A in the class.
I have a cardiac physiology test tomorrow and I'm not taking it seriously. I guess my logic behind taking it in a lollingly and sluggish manner lies within my overall grade for the class - an A+. I've taken five tests and my lowest grade thus far has been a 92. I can afford to take it easy on this upcoming test, but the innate hunger in me to learn seems to always strike a chord when I get like this. Why? Well, it's because I know I'll be seeing this information once more in the future (Exercise Physiology), and it's better to understand now than later.
Cuauhtemoc Blanco answered my question today on espn.com. It was nice. Like my innate desire in the advancement of education when learning about the human body, Blanco exemplifies his munificence and intrinsic desire towards helping others. I am now a true fan of his.