lurora: (Umineko // FRUSTRATIOOOON. DX)
You guys aren’t going to believe this.

Okay, so I just went without internet for like, two weeks.
Why?
Because the people running our connection got a divorce.

A freaking divorce.

A FREAKING DIVORCE. DX

And actually, even though I was so excited to make this post throughout the entire internet drought for whatever reason I didn't get around to posting it until now. Not because LJ has been on the fritz, but because I just haven't had the willpower to post anything. ;3;a

But oh~ I kept a log, guys~ A log~

Just to warn everyone, this entry is REALLEH REALLEH LOOOOONG.
If you don't have an hour to spend reading one entry, I suggest you skip over this.

For those of you who plan to actually take my advice:
TL;DR: The people running my previous internet connection decided to see other people. And by other people I mean other people besides their customers. And then they cut off their service and disappeared [probably] to the shadow realm where no one could reach them. The entire rural area of southeast Minnesota is left in a rage, and on a microcosmic level, I am left with severe internet withdrawal. I fill this void in my life with Pokemon and Gurren Lagann. One friend gets married and another turns 20. In other news, Neville Longbottom's a badass, I finished Kaminomi 2, and the new Vocaloid is super cute. One week until living in super lavish campus apartments with awesome people.

Now Loading Lurora's Log of Internetlessness )
lurora: (Victory will be mine! D<)

Soooo.

About a month back I was all like, "I'M-A BE PREPARED FOR REGISTRATION THIS TIME."
So I looked up classes for next semester early and planned things out and put them in the course cart thinking, "FUCK YEAH. I'M READY FOR THIS SHIT."

[Edit: The day before] Yesterday morning I met with Advisor-Sensei and the meeting pretty much went like this:

Sensei: Good morning~
Me: Good morning~ Class meeting~?
Sensei: Yes, let's~
Me: So I have this this and this.
Sensei: Awesome, and nothing overlaps?
Me: Nope~
Sensei: *PRESENTS REGISTRATION ACCESS CODE*
Me: *TRIUMPHANTLY LIFTS UP THE REGISTRATION ACCESS CODE AND DISPLAYS VICTORY TO THE WORLD. ALSO, APPLAUSE.* Oh~ and I HAS A MAGICAL JAPAN BOX.
Sensei: Wonderful! Oh~This looks like osenbei~ Go forth and enjoy this gift~ :D
Me:
THANK YOU I WILL. :D
[/end meeting]

Later, in Spanish class, people are talking about Spanish classes next semester and how they're filling up fast. It doesn't help that there's only two classes offered that aren't lower level grammar classes. I'm still a bit disappointed that my schedule doesn't include any Spanish, so I decide to go check it out after I finish with classes for the day.

So after class I go to the registration page and look. As expected, both higher level Spanish literature courses are filled. I shrug and think, "Oh well, my schedule's full anyway."

And I look at my schedule again.

WHAT THE. WHY. REALLY? WHY.
WAY TO JUST GO AND CHANGE ALL THE TIMES YOU HAD YOUR CLASSES SCHEDULED FOR.
SDKFJKLDSJF WHY YOU DO THIS TO ME? ;A;
SCREW YOUR CLASS. SCREW IT.

So now I have a much better schedule. >:|

That said, I signed up this morning and my superior schedule looks a little something like this:

The Classes That Were Awesome & Didn't Change On Me So I Kept Them:

  • Intercultural Communication
  • Beginning Japanese II
  • Intro to Japanese Culture
  • Film Music: The Art Behind The Scenes

The Awesome Classes That Replaced The Infidels:

  • Contemporary China
  • [Maybe] Peoples & Cultures of South & Southeastern Asia
...I guess it didn't change as much as I thought it did. But originally Film Music was just a "Maybe when the 16 credit limit is lifted and if there's still seats left I'll do it." Now Peoples & Cultures of S/SE Asia has taken that spot. I know that a culture class is more important toward my major, but I still need my fine/performing arts credits for general university study too. Besides, for some reason Cultures of S/SE is still completely empty, so I doubt I have to worry about it filling up. Also, the professor that's teaching it has really bad ratings on Rate My Professor... not that that should influence me that much since it seems like most of the reviews on that site are from butthurt students that didn't get the grade they wanted, buuuuuuut... e.e;;

Also:

Classes That Were Dropped Because We're At This Time OH HEY JUST KIDDING:
  • World Mythology
  • Something about the UN and the world economy. IDK or C anymore.
Shame on you. SHAAAAAAAAAAAME.

SHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME.

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