Weird math reasoning...logic. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO CALL IT!!!!
So, I have green pants that I call my nerd pants. My friend Kirsten, who is a nerd, loves the color green. John's (and you all should know who he is) last name is Green and he is a nerd. Conclusion: NERDS ARE GREEN. Or, as I said during lunch, nerds are made of green awesome.
Later in my blog I shall be doing a blurb for An Abundance of Katherines and a short little review on it. Yes, I shall be joing the bluring book club eventually. Not that anybody's reading this, but yeah.
Most annoying word in the English language (for the time being): PANIC. It's really annoying when attempting to add a suffix like -ed or -ing. Paniced and panicing. I don't even think those are right. I'm a HORRIBLE speller.
I think schools should stop teaching Greek mythology after a certain grade. Here I am in 9th grade and we're studying Greek mythology (going to be reading the Odyssey) which we did in 7th grade. And we read a simpler, not so long winded, version of the Odyssey called the Adventures of Ulyssesus or however you spell the dude's name. The mythology we should be studying in high school is Norse mythology. THEY aren't wine-drunk, sex-crazed, incest, homosexual/bisexual gods/goddess/people. They liked logic and blood and war if I remember correctly. So..um...that's somehow better than teaching Greek mythology. But, don't get me wrong, I love Greek mythology. I just think they should stop teaching it after awhile and that if the person (or persons) want to go more indepth than they can take a mythology test.