This has to be one of my favourite phrases I have written. A true lesson in futility. I remember getting my English essay back and thinking, “who do I think I am? I don’t write things like that!” Ha ha ha.
It’s strange. I’m used to being in English class and having to write more, even if it’s just nonsense so I can reach my word limit. But now, in math class, this teacher doesn’t seem to want us to write a lot. And I really like that. I like just being able to say “the answer is this”, and not having to add a lot of “blah blah blah” after it. But now I’m just conditioned to put a lot of crap in there, too!
In case you couldn’t tell, I’m doing my math homework. I’ve decided that I like doing things at the last minute and that I need the pressure. But actually, I’m wrong, and I’m trying to justify being a procrastinator. At least I’m not leaving it until tonight; I’ve been working on it most of today. The weekend before seems to be when I get everything done.
So that means I shouldn’t be writing, I should be working, but I’m not.
Anyway, this is probably a true experiment in futility, but if anyone knows of any websites that have top record sales by year with the actual number of units sold, link me up, yo. And Wikipedia isn’t a good enough source, unfortunately. :(