Which, frankly, would be a freaking miracle.
Computer Science is easy. 354 is an easy course, and frankly it's simply my subject.
Japanese Literature? Who knows. I don't understand literature classes.
I talked about this the other day... as far as school and grades go, I prefer math and CS classes. You're either right (you solve the problem) or you're not (you don't.) There really isn't any in-between, although maybe you'll get partial credit... partial credit is just sort of a bonus, though.
Literature? You can write a paper that is completely grammatically "correct" and still get an F.
*shrug* I don't like uncertainty. I could get an F on the paper I just submitted, although most of the people who read it thought it was good. More than likely I'll receive a B or a C. But... I don't know.
When I took my Calc midterm, I knew what I would probably get: 60-65%.
When I took my CS midterm, I knew what I would probably get: 95-100% (don't know yet, but I'll tell you when I get it.)
Other than that, we got a DDR machine. It's in ghetto condition. Refurbished my ass. But it works ok, it's reasonably sensitive. It's ok.
We'll see how it goes.
Other than that, off I go, I guess. Laters.