Thursday, September 01, 2005


So I had my first Neurophysiology/Prosthesis Design lecture today and I found out something totally awesome. We're going to dissect a human brain in about a month! How COOL is that!? Man, that's like one of the items on my "things to do before I die" list. *crosses out* I would like to consider this my first major step towards becoming a mad scientist. Now I just have to work on the evil maniacal laughter. MWAHAHAHAHAH!!!

So why am I taking such a class? After all, I study computer architecture, don't I? The answer to that question is simply "because I want to". I do not like my life to be static. I like to be learning new and different things all the time. I mean I like computer architecture and all, but for good god I need a break from all this computer junk and to explore a new area. Besides, a brain can be thought of as an advanced, organic computer anyway, right? And even in the first day, I learned SO many new things that I never had any clue about before. Why take another computer-related class that is probably going to recycle a lot of the things I already know?

I think the class is going to be pretty tough though, because I still need to learn all this new vocabulary and stuff that everyone else seemed to already know. But when I want to do something, I don't let anything stop me from doing it, no matter how hard it is. That's just a part of who I am I guess. :)


Blogger Tyler Olsen said...

Uhhh, is that above post a spam comment in my blog? :/

8:12 PM  
Anonymous phil said...

spam comment? huh?

9:54 PM  
Blogger Tyler Olsen said...

I deleted it. It linked to some weird ass spam site

5:45 AM  

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