12 January 2010

And my eyes hurt.

You learned the components of a sonnet. Then you got the opportunity to continue memorizing the lit terms for which there is a test next Tuesday.

It's Macbeth time! And, seriously, I dig this play a heck of a lot, which might be apparent as I have a tendency to ramble on and on about it. My hope is that in my rambling, you get useful and interesting information because that's one of the cooler parts of education. Yeah, I want you to build skills and what not, but it's also awesome to find out something that you didn't know before. Right? How do you view education? I know there's more to it than that, but I'll save my answer for a later date. In the meantime, 10 point to the dudes and dudettes that give me a thoughtful answer.

Deadline to answer is tomorrow.


  1. BurritoBryan10:03 PM

    I view education as the peanut butter on my jelly because without it I would just go nuts. Im kidding, I view education as a catalyst that will help me improve my skills in how to views things and shape them into something I understand to get a better grip on things I normally wouldn't understand.

  2. Dennis Tran5:52 PM

    Education to me is like a pyramid that will eventually build up to a peak in my life where i can look back and be proud of my accomplishments which depends on how well i contruct my "building blocks" to attain that satisfaction.

    1. Anonymous10:03 PM

      Education is like a huge burrito to me, it takes a while to finish but once it's done I feel satisfied. Most people don't finish it though and waste a lot of time and money.

      -Matt Evans of 09-10