Anatomy of a college student’s life by Laura N. '09
My life consists of library visits and pizza delivery, because I'm totally original and stuff.
So the other day, I was totally out of food.
Like, completely. I hadn’t been grocery shopping for weeks, and after making a meal out of crackers one night, it was time to own up to the fact that I was going to have to order out.
Thank God for credit cards and the internet. Within a few minutes I had placed an order for Hawaiian pizza and a side of cinnamon sticks at Dominos without even having to pick up the phone.
But here’s the really weird thing: then they started tracking my order.
Now, I’m used to tracking my Amazon.com shipments via UPS number, but Dominos has brought the concept to a whole new level.
Not only that, this system is apparently patent pending. Does anyone else find this sort of weird, or is it just me?
God bless America, or something.
In other news, this is what I see when I log in to my MIT libraries account:
Where are these books? Strewn all over my floor, obviously. The point of this is that…well, I’m hosed. So I’m going to stop writing this blog entry and get back to one of my two 20 page term papers.
I will just leave you with this visual of things that are consuming my life right now, in MIT speak: