Random Walk Back Home September 17, 2009Posted by acc73 in : Uncategorized , trackback
Cornell’s campus is huge, and I live in Collegetown, which is basically the opposite side of where I have class in the Ag quad. It’s about a 20-25 minute walk in the morning and the evening. Typically in the evening, I use it as an opportunity to think about random thoughts. I decided to post some of my random thoughts:
Man, this campus is empty at 10:30pm. I start to whistle the star wars theme song. Why do I suck at whistling so much?
Walking past the math library, I look in to see people working in an office on the computer. They are probably math or physics majors whose night has just begun while I go to sleep, exhausted from having to think for three hours.
I left early from a three-hour finance review session, God my life sucks I can’t wait until I’m done with school so then after work I can go to happy hours and hit on chicks.
Looking for a full-time job is like a six-credit course, between the career fair, information sessions, interviews, and the preparation of making cover letters/resumes I easily spend most of time now looking for a job that I like. I don’t know how much longer I can handle the ‘schmoozing’ aspect of this job search of trying to get the job. People’s job advice sounds alot like prostitution, “Sell yourself”, “Always have an open face so you seem interested”, “IB pays more, but you will be working longer hours”.
By now, I’ve entered into Collegetown. The only thought running through my mind is I CAN’T WAIT UNTIL I’M 21 THEN I’M GOING TO ALL THESE BARS!
And there you have it, you now have a better idea of the pressing issues that come to mind when I walk home.