Well, I'm not really great, just a lucky guess I suppose. Last night was the NBA All-Star game and earlier in the day I was talking to someone and they asked "I have money on this game, do you think it will be above or below 262 points?" My friend, Brett, says no I think it will be below and I say "No, they will definitely get to 262 points, it's the all star game." He then asks "What do you think about Dirk Nowitzski as the MVP?" I then say "Nope, Lebron James all the way." So for anyone who watched the All Star game the final score was 134-128, the East won. For those of you who aren't good at math, that adds up to 262 points. The MVP? Lebron James. So that brings me to another point, since I was so dead on with this, it is not too late to jump on my Oscar bandwagon and choose the same picks as I did because you know they are going to be right.
Another thing, I realized how much people do not pay attention to each other in college classes. Last week I had an exam but I had a family emergency and had to go back home and my professor said I could come in today and take it during her other class. While taking that test I had about 5 people come up to me and ask what the assignment was and 3 times someone handed me the attendance sheet, and one person actually did it twice. We have been in school for a little over a month, how do these people not know who is in their class and not realize that I'm at a table in the corner by myself taking a test that they have never even seen before because it isn't even the same class? Pay attention people, make friends with your classmates.