2007-01-13 12:39:12 ET

So -- I pulled out an old college algebra book yesterday.

Started to do some problems. Remembered how to do them...then I stumbled across those "odd" looking problems. And I just stared. I checked the answer in the back...and then stared some more. Then -- I closed the book and threw it aside. :D

I'm hoping I don't have to do anymore math classes once I get back to college. I haven't used anything but basic math in the past 5 years...and somehow -- I don't foresee using it anytime in the near or far future.

Math is dependant upon what your vocation is.

Now -- I'm debating which I find more appealing -- Biology or Chemistry. I need to knock my lab class out of the way when I get back. I dislike both of them, I just need to choose the lesser of the two evils. Science has never been my strong subject. Do I want to dissect things...or watch chemicals react to each other? Meh.

Yup yup.

2007-01-13 13:41:05 ET

biochemistry is wonderful stuff.
to know how to manipulate DNA and RNA would be supreme.
plus medicines and whatnot...
*super world killing viruses are not mentioned in this PC post.

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