This will probably be a short post because I'm watching the Republican debate on CNN and a little distracted.
We had an interesting discussion about dreams and sleep disorders, including sleep walking and things, in psychology today. We're all going to be sharing a vivid dream that we had sometime in the past, which should be fun. I'm really liking that class so far. I shared some stories from when I used to sleep walk today.
We finished this quiz show game we play in current events today, and our team came in second!
I finished my sports project from probability and statistics. I'm so glad to be finished. Sports statistics may be a good way to study statistics, but I don't really understand them. It's hard to do a project where you have to look sports statistics up and don't know what any of the abbreviations and things mean.
I want to mention the SOPA and PIPA protests yesterday. It definitely means something to me since my blog could potentially be shut down if one of them passed. I don't think it will, but I still want to keep up on the news. I contacted our representative and senators asking them not to vote for it, and I've seen things where they've said they either won't support it or that their carefully reviewing information in order to make a "good decision." We'll see how it goes. At least Obama has said he won't sign it if it passes Congress. That's keeping me a little calmer.
I could probably write more, but I want to focus on the debate more. I need to choose who I'm going to vote for in primaries. (Just pointing out: I'm not a Republican. I'm an independent, but I plan to vote in the Republican primary. Then, I'll decide between who wins and Obama.)