Thursday, June 25, 2009


How many posts do I have that start with that word?


Sigh. I just saw you earlier today. I'm so happy for that, you know. But I'm missing you like crazy right now and I just want to complain. Why? It's not enough!

Still, Jeremy, be happy. And I am. Why?

Because I just saw you.


Given my past and recent history, I think we can safely assume that I'm okay with talking, whether in person or on the phone. Also, you'd think that I'm used to only seeing people once or twice a week and talking to them the rest of the time. So why is this situation not the same?

It probably has something to do with the spending almost every school day with you for the last three months. I really did see you every day. We had class together. We had lunch together. I saw you for FASA things. I went to your room to hang out for at least an hour every night. I got so used to your presence that I HAD to see you every day or else things felt weird. Add in the fact that I like you so much and my attraction to you and everything about you....well...let's just say that being away from you for extended periods of time puts a strain on my sanity, hahaha. It's hard to stay away from you when I'm so drawn to you and it only grows as time goes on. We've joked that "it's only been one day/two days," but while I'm not 100% serious, there is some reality to what I say.

Basically, oftentimes, I miss you like crazy and being apart for extended periods of time sucks.

So, it's summer. I'm stuck at work, while you're at home free. While I do have more freedom now than I had during school (lack of homework helps), my schedule is still really ugly: Wake up at 5, go to work from 7-3:30, get home at 4:15, nap until 7, have from 7-1 free. That's not much time to do things, to be honest. My only free times where I'm physically and mentally capable of exerting energy (and have "permission" to boot) are Thursday afternoons, Fridays, and Saturdays. That's not that much time, to be honest, but it's all that I can give.

That's the problem. With such a limited time (and some other limits that everyone knows about), that's all I can give. This means that these are the only times that I'll be able to see you. Therefore, it's regulated down to seeing you a minimum of once a week, and sometimes, zero times in a week. For me, that's surely not enough, considering how spring quarter and the end of winter quarter occurred.

I have two huge fears right now. One is the whole "I'm not seeing you enough" thing. I'm so worried that as the weeks go on, the time apart will attack and cause problems. For whom? I'm not sure yet. I'm barely coping right now. I don't know how you're feeling though. I know. "We'll manage." Hopefully. If I were to literally knock on wood, I'd knock it so hard that I'd try to make a hole. My other fear is that you'll get annoyed with the phone calls. After all, there's only so much you can say over the phone. I'm worried I'm going to bore you to pieces.

I don't mean to sound desperate or needy or clingly. You're such a boon and important factor in my life that I'm trying to get as much contact as possible. As cliché and dumb as it sounds, you do make me better and I can't imagine how things were beforehand.

Now...with all of these fears and worries, I can't complain too much, right? Right. I have you and that's all that matters. I suppose we will manage, however that may be. I apologize in advance for any boredom or annoyance I cause.

And no matter what, I'll always tell myself, "I have you and that's all that matters."

Job Search

A periodically updated list of jobs that I've applied for, just to keep track.

Army Corps of Engineers:
Electrical Engineer (6/25)

Systems Engineer 1/2 (6/25)
Intern - Student Engineer - AEW&C Ground Support Segment (6/22)
Intern - Student Engineer

Cascade Engineering Services:
Electrical Engineer EMI EMC Design (6/22)

City of Sammamish:
Engineering Intern (6/22)

Hdw/Soft Engneering Intern (6/22)
Hardware Engineer (6/22)
Hardware Engineer (6/22)
FPGA Acceleration Technology (6/22)
Design and Validation Engineer (6/22)
CMOS Analog Design Engineer (6/22)
Hardware Engineer (6/22)

Software and Hardware Development (6/22)
IT/Operations (6/22)
Techincal Consulting/Services (6/22)
Software Development Engineer in Test (6/22)
Software Development Engineer (6/22)

Digital Asset Technician (6/22)
Product Testing Analyst (6/22)

Superior Techincal:
Electrical Engineer (6/22)

Monday, June 22, 2009

Gossip Girls (and Guys)

I don't know if I should feel really disappointed. The necessity to talk versus the necessity to sleep. And you know, it's not even gossip as much as it is strengthening connections and bonds. So which do I want more? Stronger bonds or a lovely sleep?

Hahaha, why couldn't I have both, damn it?

I suppose either one is good, and technically, while I might have preferred one to the other, I guess I could live with what happened. Right now, I'll take any connection I can get. Like I already told her, naps (face it, any sleep you would have gotten that night should only be considered a nap) are no longer the same. Two nights (1.5 hours) and I'm already hooked. If that's not enough proof for you, then I don't know what to tell you.

Where exactly am I going with this? I'm not entirely sure. All I know is that while I did rather enjoy what transpired, I also get the feeling that I missed out on something more. I feel really stupid because now I feel like I lost a chance.

Damn it.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

You are annoying

Get over yourself. You think that you're all that, but in reality, you've become a joke. Something for me to laugh at and mock.

I'm going to feel so bad for them next year. They're going to have to deal with your crap and you trying to be something you're not.

Sorry. Too bad for you. ...Actually, too bad for those that have to listen to your crap. I'm already rolling my eyes.

Oh and by the way...

The intensity? Stupid. And annoying. The attention whoring? Worthless. Stupid.

Thursday, April 23, 2009


oh hello again. I slightly forgot about you. No longer, though.

Sunday, April 12, 2009


You're not the only jealous one, you know.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Said you're my cure, you're my remedy

Fitting. This illness sucks.

However, your mood, when it's warm and sunny, is infatuating and intoxicating.

In fact, no matter how horrible I'm feeling, I can't help but be happy around you too.


Sunday, April 5, 2009


Yesterday, I commented on how I have an irrational hatred for the sun just on the basis that I can't compete with it.

Upon further review, I've come to the conclusion that that belief is inherently erroneous.

And now, I take it back.

In fact, I love, love, love, love the sun for two main reasons.

1. It reminds me of you...
2. ...because it makes you so happy.
2a. And because it makes you so happy, you then are prone to do the things that attracted me to you in the first place, making me even more sprung/attracted/etc.

So I say, "Hello, sun. Hope you stay around for a long time."

What sets you apart?

During the icebreaker:

"You know what sets me apart? You do."

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Prizes and Bets

In any sort of competition, there is almost always a winner and loser, right? Well yes. Ties are dumb. Ignore them. And to the victor, go the spoils, correct? Correct.

So why am I acting like you know nothing? Who knows. It's called a weak introduction.


I am currently in a competition, and I'm winning 14-1. So basically, I have absolutely no shot at losing. My competitor has already announced that I will win. That means that I can claim my prize, right? I've pretty much won, so I should get my victory reward.

Well you know what? I already have it. Who cares if I won? I already have what I want. This is my prize already. I need nothing else.


"See, look what you did to him! I'm going to lose my treasurer."

Derek. You're not losing a treasurer. (Well, at least not until June, haha) It's more that I now have something else worth treasuring.

That's right. You heard me.

And it's more "treasuring-worthy" than all the other treasure out there.


I hate the sun. I can't compete.

Grrrrr. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

Gah. Gahhhhhhhhhhh.


Hahahahahahaha, no matter how much of a joke this is, I still think it to be true.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Astronomy 101

But if I'm a star, she is the sky.

What took you so long?

I really am not so sure right now.
All I know is that I'm glad I acted.
I'm glad that I didn't wait too long.
I'm glad that I actually did something about it, instead of backing away and then rationalizing that hesitance.

I'm glad.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Programmable Logic Controllers

Yeah. PLC's.

They're so awesome in how they make everything just so much better.

They're so awesome in how they make me just so much better.

Hooke's Law

F = -kx

This applies to springs.

Fitting, since I am so sprung.

F is a force. Like her.


Angular Momentum

Angular momentum is defined as:

L = m*v*r*sin(theta)

L = r x p

Said if I could go back and make it happen faster, don't you know I would baby, if I could

Wowemy. Another post. Whatever. I knew it would be like this, haha.

So yeah. That Keri Hilson song. It's been stuck in my head for the past week now....though that's my own fault since I've been playing it on repeat since Tuesday or so.'s a good song. But my main focus on this song is Ne-Yo's verse, especially the words that are present in this post's title.

"Said if I could go back and make it happen faster, don't you know I would baby, if I could."

You have no idea how true this statement is.
Oh yeah. Funny thing is, this applies in general and to specific situations as well.

It's not that I have any regrets or anything. Far from it. I'm so incredibly pleased. But the words still ring true. If I could go back and make it happen faster or earlier, I would do so in a heartbeat. If I could.

But since I can't, then I guess I'll have to settle for what's transpired.
And you know what? If that's what settling is, then I'll do it right this second.
In fact, I'm kind of torn, to be honest. Having it be earlier is a good thing. But, I am just so darn delighted, ecstatic, joyous, jubilant, overjoyed, pleased, thrilled, gleeful, elated, etc. that I also don't want to change things.

Yeah. Contentment is a very good feeling.

So I just realized that I'm totally saying two things. They are:

1. I would love to have it be so that things started earlier.
2. Things are good. I wouldn't change them for the world.

Both are true statements. Both apply. But in the end, 2 wins out. Why? Contentment and happiness > things that won't happen

So again. I'm content. And I love it. The overall joy that's caused is reason enough to keep going.
And like I said earlier, because of that joy, I'm going to give it my 100% to make sure I return the favor and keep you happy as well.

P.S. All of this contentment and jubilation and whatnot is for everything. Overall. All of it. Not just any one day. Not just any one event. The combination of it all is what makes it all work.

P.P.S. The combination of it all. Just like I've said. The combination of it all means that the question to ask me isn't, "Why?" Instead it is, "What took you so long to see it and go for it?"
Combine all of those things that I mentioned to you together in that whole package, and you get one effective missile.

P.P.P.S. I don't expect people to fully understand what I'm saying in these last few notes, except a select few. And when I ask you about it, you'd better answer me, telling me exactly what it is I'm saying, haha.

And oh yeah. I love this.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

The best of the best of the best. Sir.

Thanks to Emil for one of my now-favorite phrases.

This post is a long time coming. I could have written it a long time ago. I can write it now. I will be able to write it in the future. It applies at all times.

Anyway. Yeah. The best of the best of the best. Sir. You all know what I'm talking about.

And you know, this doesn't just apply today. I can't stop smiling. But yeah, today was just an added benefit and bonus. Even without today, it's still the best of the best of the best. Sir.

I really can't ask for much else. All I ask is staying the same, keeping me happy. I'll do my best to return the favor and then some.

But yes.
One more time.

The best of the best of the best. Sir. Ma'am.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Feels Like I’m in a Race, but I Already Won First Place

Grrrrr. You chicken.
Hahaha, I just had to say that....though it still applies.

So much for the more assertive and assured Jeremy. He only exists in your head, dude. Doesn't exist in real life....yet. He is hopefully going to show up soon, though.

Gah. I'm being melancholy, and this post is supposed to be the opposite....

Okay. Change of moods.

Today has pretty much come and gone. I'm at home, and the day is winding down. I don't foresee myself doing too much else aside from the usual. And you know what, I'm okay with that. Honestly. Even factoring in what happened earlier, I'd say that the entire day as a whole was a success.

Then again, I didn't even do anything aside from give my probably-unneeded input. Haha, I hope that was okay though. Just like I hope that the jamba juice was a nice touch. I hope.
Let's hope.

Wow! Still in a somewhat negative tone. Change it up!

So yeah. After 4 days, any sort of contact was welcomed and craved. And nothing disappointed....well aside from myself.

But nothing on that other end was short of perfect; like I've said: candle holding.
After being so excited for the last four days, even more so yesterday, I'm now like 2523523523 times as excited for Thursday. What can I say? I'm addicted.

Earlier, Derek said to me, "I've been so lucky recently." You know what Derek? I've been sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo incredibly lucky, recently too. Especially the last two weeks, but even since mid-February. Or I could take it a step further and say since Winter Quarter began. Or, even better, since I became an officer.


I hate leaving. It sucks. But I guess I can deal with it, because I know that I "already won first place."
I have no complaints. At all.
Just knowing that I have it, makes up for any negatives.

Happiness >>> anything else

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Breaking the rules, me and you, you and I

Sometimes, I wonder if my over-analysis is unneeded. I guess it sort of was in this case. I mean, had I not said anything, I might not need to try and remember these newly-created rules. But what else was I supposed to do? It's not in my personality to just let things flow like that. I HAVE to analyze. I don't know. It's a habit. Sorry.

Not only that, but I guess I'm so wary of making a mistake. I'm too cautious right now in fear of doing something wrong and causing any errors. I know I should be assertive and sure of myself, but I can't fight that urge to keep things perfect. I'd rather ask questions to be sure of the answers, rather than just be spontaneous, go for it, only to be rebuffed. I'd like to avoid that denial as much as I can.

So for now, I'll play it safe, I guess. I mean, now that I know the "rules" I know the extent to which I can safely travel. Not that I will always stay behind that line. Rules are meant to be broken, of course, especially when I can't help myself. And trust me. I won't be able to help myself many times.

Like I've said, the appeal is always there. It's up to me if I can stand it. Probably not, because in the end...

the allure > my inclination to always follow the rules

Thursday was already slightly different. Come Tuesday, things will be completely different.

I'll definitely be more assured and absolute about things. And yes, while I will follow to an extent, it won't always happen.

That's the plan, Jeremy. That's the plan. Stick to it.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Lucky....part 2

Without a doubt.
Most definitely.
Most certainly.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Grrr + Gah

= Grrrahhhh

Tones of Frustration

Hahahaha. I told you I was going to put this here.'s time to tone it all down, I guess. Not that I want to, hence the frustration. Nevertheless, I will do so because it's only right and it's only fair.
Then again, the whole flip-flopping thing didn't really help in my decision making.

I don't know...I'll see how it goes. It all depends on how much control I'm able to keep. And like I said, sometimes, that control just doesn't work too well, considering how weak my will power is. And, you always have to consider the appeal and the actual desire for control.

We shall see.

Oh. And toning it down ≠ getting rid of it completely. That will never, ever happen.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Grrrrr. Grrrrrr.

You big, big chicken. Stop it.


you chicken


What is this? A normal post? Yayemy!

EE students have certain requirements to graduate. All undergrads are required to take three classes (215, 233, 235) for a total of 14 credits. They are then supposed to choose one of the 14 different concentrations. My concentration, embedded systems, required 271, 331, 332, 471, 472, and 478 for a total of 30 credits. That right there is 44 credits. EE's are also required to have at least 58 total EE credits, two of which can come from seminars. Finally, we are required to have a total of 68 engineering credits; 58 are EE and the other 10 can come from any other engineering department.

So if you count the 44 that I need for embedded, I need 14 more EE credits. That comes from 341 (5), 436 (4), and 476 (5). So I'm at 58. I also took two 1-credit seminars to put me at 60. Finally, I took AA 210 and MSE 170 at four credits each to put me exactly at 68.

Time to complain.

One of those 1-credit seminars was actually graded; we had to write weekly responses and also a final paper. That class sucked. Also sucking was MSE 170. I hate this class so much that I stopped going to it in the beginning of February. I only went to labs. These two classes total 5 credits.

When I signed up for Winter Quarter, I had planned that my Spring Quarter would only have EE 478 and two easy classes. I didn't care which ones. Midway through the quarter, when I registered, I realized that I should probably take EE 351 and make myself more well-rounded. 351 is 5 credits. Had I known I was going to take 351 in the Spring, I could have completely avoided taking MSE 170 and EE 398 and avoid two of my least favorite classes at UW. And you know what's worse? Instead of taking those two classes, I could have taken Astronomy 150, which I've wanted to take since coming to UW, but never got a chance to.

Sigh. Back to studying for 170. Ew.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

My Vision's Never Been So Clear

Yes, those are lyrics. Figure out where they're from.
...or just ask me. Anyway...

Leaving was really hard to do. I hate that feeling.
But....I am still happy. Oh so happy.

Now if only I would stop chickening out. Though...I guess I'll keep chickening out until I know it won't be frowned upon.
But....I am still happy. Oh so happy.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Floating like a Butterfly

I love that feeling.

The extensive giddiness.
The delirious happiness.
The feeling where you want to just jump for joy.
The feeling that makes you distracted because you're so gleeful.
That blissful sense of cheer.
The one that puts a smile on your face no matter what else is going on.

Yeah, that feeling.

And knowing that it's two makes it 3463735457445745236262523 times better.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Dictionary of Urbanity

uhhhh, Hi work. I like to avoid you a lot. And one way is to do this thing that Christie posted.

Go to urbandictionary​. ​​ com and type in your answers to the following questions. Post the first definition it gives you.

1. ) Your name? Jeremy
uhhhhhhhhh, I'm not posting it. Go look for yourself.

2. ) Your age? 21
a. The magical age where it is legally ok to get incredibly drunk. At this time, a young adult spends most of his free time consuming vast amounts of alcohol in a variety of forms, saying that they're "making up for lost years."
b. The magic number in the game of Blackjack.
c. Basketball games where everyone is scoring on their own part, and not for a team. The object of the game is to get exactly 21 points, not under, or over. The game can go by extremely slow or extremely fast depending on who you're playing against and what rules you're using.
d. To '21' something is to quit it, to give up on something.

3. ) One of your friends? Emil
a. A poking device used in Yugoslavian terriroties back in the 1400's.
"Poketh me not with thee emil, Ishmail!"
b. uhhhhhhhhh, not posting
c. An abbreviation standing for: extreme maximum intensity level. It is used to describe something that i exceptionally extreme, awesome, or unbelievable; it is usually used on things that have gained an exceptional position as having the most intense levels of these attributes.
Those chocolate drenched, deep fried, marshmallow covered, tacos were freaking emil.

4. ) What should you be doing? essay
a. useless work used to torture billions of kids in this world
b. How a moron spells ese.
c. a waste of time that MLA and APA supporters believe is not colossal enough in its time-wasting ability. used by professors whose sole dream it is to stop students from slacking off for the weekend. goes well with coffee.

5. ) Favorite color? blue
a. The hue of the portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and indigo, evoked in a human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 420 to 490 nanometers.
b. The feeling when u wake up at 7 in the morning and remembering it's a monday.
c. 1) One of the three primary colours of paint. When mixed with yellow, it makes green, and when mixed with red, it makes purple. It is opposite orange on the colour wheel. 2) One of the three primary colours of light. When mixed with red, it makes magenta. When mixed with green it makes cyan. It is opposite yellow on the colour wheel.

6. ) Birthplace? Seattle
a. The Emerald City, a gem to the Pac. Northwest. Home to the Space-needle, Bank of America tower, Key West Arena, Safeco Field, and Seahawks stadium, it is truly an up-and-coming city. It also happens to be a haven to people with -all- interests and styles of life, as shown by another definition to Seattle.
b. The best city on the West Coast. Despite the rain (which makes the place nice and green), great people, great coffee (Hence Seattle AKA Latteville) and lots of things to do. Also the place of Microsoft Comps, and people who are really into high-tech activities.
c. One of the most picturesque cities not only in the U.S., but the world. Home of the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Safeco Field/Seahawk Stadium, Boeing Field, and some great views out into the mountains, especially Mt. Rainier.

7. ) Month of your birth? july
a. A month when mostly the hottest girls are born
b. The month where the most amazing girls are born. These girls are hot, sexy, and incredibly irresistible. Not only do they have an appealing body but they are intelligent as well. Every girl wants to be born in July.
c. Someone from Spanish ethnic calling a person a liar
You said you were gonna take me out for margaritas & tacos but you didn't show up. July to me Julyer!
d. just the HOTTEST damn month of the year!!
e. A month where the hottest men are born. every man wishes to be born in July.

8. Last person you talked to? Chrisha
chrisha isn't defined yet, but these are close:
Actually.....let's not mention that.

Saturday, March 14, 2009


Uvillage = fun
IMA = fun
Watching the game = amazing
walking to the car = really cool
driving = endearing
walking back = the best


Wednesday, March 11, 2009



(And yes, I am. Extremely.)

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Combination of Words

Yes, this is the same BT that I posted about before. If you know what that was, then you know what this is.

I really, really like this. It's not 100% accurate, but it does somewhat fit

A combination of words. I don't know. I think I need to come up with the perfect combination before I approach this issue. Maybe it's a good thing that I didn't get a chance to mention it today. Yeah. Sorry about that. I wanted to, but it was later than I expected and by then, I had lost my nerve. Hopefully soon I'll be able to talk about this.

I really want to say it.

Knowing me, though, I'll start the talk really slowly and either speed up to a moderate pace or go straight to a fast pace. And you know what? I'm fine with either one.
Slow is okay, but I think I'm progressing past that. So....
Moderate is okay.
Fast is okay.

And if you know anything about me, then you'll know that what I just said has a hidden meaning behind it.

Wow. It's 12:25 and I have more essaying to do.

Good night!

Monday, March 9, 2009


are always welcome, provided that they are of a specific type.

Sunday, March 8, 2009


Wow, a post that has nothing to do with the subject of my last six or so, haha.

Anyway, I hate work with such a passion. I hate it. I hate it hate it hate it. I hate my boss's emails with the nonsensical and horribly constructed sentences and her poor punctuation and grammar. I dislike many of my coworkers, especially the lazy ones that don't do anything; I usually have to pick up their slack. I hate the systems we use because they are so slow and I am too impatient to even think of having any patience.

This is a total waste of my time. I barely do anything on Sundays now. I basically sit around for 8.5 hours and try to avoid doing as much work as possible. And you know what? It works. I fell asleep twice today, haha. Like other Sundays, I did very little work, and I'm quite happy with that.

If it weren't for the money, I'd have quit 2-3 years ago. Boy. I really hope I get a useful job soon, otherwise, I'm bound to go insane working full-time over the summer again.

And yes, I know I'm complaining, but I don't care, haha. I've been working here for 5 years. I've been annoyed for 5 years. I deserve some slack, hahaha.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Length of time

did you know that 5+17+18 = 40?

In my case, it also equals boredom removal.

And it equates to extreme contentment, as well.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Possessive pronouns and definite articles

Hmm...whenever I get into that mode, and you know it's bound to happen, all I need to remember is this:

my > the

Yes! I win! Again, not that that has any basis, but I win. I know it's irrational, but I win.

Now...when I thought about writing this post, I had a really, really good closing line. Something that fit the whole idea of possession perfectly. Too bad that I've forgotten it since then. So instead of my clever, witty, awesome ending, I will instead end with:


Thursday, March 5, 2009

Two hours

By far, some of the most enjoyable hours I've had in a while.
I wanted to sleep, but I am just so happy (still), that I wanted to write about it.

So yay!

Thanks for those two hours. I'm still overjoyed, hahaha.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

BP and BT

Got me all started listening to this again, haha. Also add in SG. Oh boy oh boy.


the whole world fits inside of my arms.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Letting Go

I didn't want to let go either.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Lenten Updates

I haven't been up on this thing for a while so I'm going to post up what I've decided to give up for Lent since it has begun yet again.

I am giving up:
Coffee (or basically, Starbucks)
Being mean/insulting people

And wow.
In the two+ days that have passed since Lent began on Wednesday, I've already messed up on two of them. I've realized that in order for me to completely avoid cussing, I need to not drive at all, as my road rage and annoyances with other drivers overcome my desire to not say anything. GAH. Also, in order to stop being mean and insulting people, I really should just keep my mouth shut....or at least avoid certain people who typically elicit such responses.

It will be a trying (now) 45 days. Pray for me.

By the way, if you do catch me doing any one of these, feel free to hit me in the arm.

Texting + Corniness = ?


I still love texting. And you all know that I can be really corny.

So what happens when you combine the two?

Something good....I hope.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Study Habits


I don't know what happened to me. I used to be this diligent little studier. Now, I rarely actually study.

Okay, that's not true. I still actually do study, but only for a few classes, I've noticed. Even during my best academic quarters, I rarely studied. Hmmm, which classes have I actually put a lot of effort into studying?

EE classes (though some more so than others)
Psych 210 (memorizing)
ESS 101 (memorizing)
Music 162 (memorizing)
CSE 143

Wow. I only study if it's an important class, or one that requires lots of memorization. A lot of the classes that I just don't study for have been really easy ones that have simple multiple-choice tests. And for some reason, I can do really well with those with little studying. It's weird.

Anyway....back to my problem. It's come to the point where I'll only study if I care enough about the class. And lately, I haven't been caring about most of my classes.

Well then, Jeremy, it's time to start caring again. Haha, and with only 1.5 quarters left, it's about time.

Wow. Not that I don't care about school or anything. I love school, actually. It's just that, at this point, only a few classes (EE ones) are actually important. Others are much less important.

Oh....and with regards to not studying for MSE 170 last night, I have an extremely valid excuse: I was giddy. For all the right reasons.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009


is cool.

I love it sometimes.



Gah, I hate carrying this cash box.
And my laptop.

I swear, I'm going to have horrible back pain by the time I'm 35.

Spring Quarter....and beyond

Wow. I register in 4 days, and I only know, for sure, one of the three classes I'm taking. After I take this class, I am free to graduate, so I technically only need to take five credits. The EE department has no problem with that. However, my loan does; I need to be a fully-matriculated student in order to reap the benefits of that loan. Therefore, I'll need 7 more credits, and choosing which classes to take is a pain.

I know I'm definitely taking EE 478. I will probably end up taking EE 351 too, just so I can say that I have taken a power class. The third class is the hard one. Hard in terms of choosing, that is. Right now, with 478 being my capstone class, I will definitely want to take an easy class. I also really want to take a class with at least one other person (it's been pretty lonely in EE these past two years).

Easy class = Astronomy 150
People class = AES 151

Decisions, decisions.

Does the fact that I've never taken a class like 151 hinder or encourage me? How about the fact that I used to love astronomy when I was younger? Do I factor in which people are taking these classes?

Pros for 150: easy, astronomy-related
Cons for 150: 80 minute lecture, the classroom it's in

Pros for 151: the people I know who are definitely taking it, the fact that it's a Bonus class, the fact that I've never taken a class like this
Cons for 151: not as easy as 150, the fact that I've never taken a class like this, the fact that I have to wait until period 2 to register


Oh and by the way......holy crap I'm graduating in a quarter. That thought thrills me, yet also completely scares me.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Jeremy 1 and Jeremy 2

First we have the same name.
Then we have the same car.
Now we have the same blogspot style.

It's a Jeremy thing, huh.

Note to self: must find new template to use....or at least change the color scheme.

Update: Done.

Blogging: Take 125153262235

I've always had urges to start blogs, yet whenever I end up doing so, I always fail miserably. I always maintain it for a couple of weeks and then just forget about it.

Here's hoping that I stay consistent....for a month, at least, haha.