DID YOU KNOW? The youngest known meteor impact crater in the world is located in Haviland, Kansas and is less than 1,000 years old.
I wrote a really long-winded and kind of boring entry while working Burton-Conner front desk, which I then lost when I came upstairs. Obviously, God reads this blog and is trying to tell me something.
So here are the highlights:
-I am not a chapstick addict, but I carry two tubes on me at all times… in case there’s a chapping emergency, and one of them got lost
-stain stick is the greatest invention since written language
-while cramming for the GREs I was disheartened when I encountered words that I had never seen before, like limpid and munificent.
-I still did fine on the GREs, despite never having seen these words before and abandoning my studies to play Guitar Hero
-you can’t take anything into the GRE testing area, including pencils, cough drops (“You can take one in your mouth, but you’ll have to leave the others here at the desk”), tissues (“Yeah, that rule just changed yesterday.”) or digital watches
-actually, GRE scores don’t really matter, at all, according to the MIT chemical engineering grad school admissions specialist
-there was once this really funny episode of The Odd Couple which featured Howard Cosell and Felix saying “He’s running! He’s running! He’s running with the perspicacity of a lizard!”
Catch you on the flip side of a p-set and 6.003 test!