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The exercise we did in class was pretty interesting. The le
I don’t remember what I was writing about but I’d like to say I love to eat wild hogs from texas. It is so much better than supermarket pork. Not only is it free of antibiotics and other bad things, it also has more nutrients than cafo pork since these hogs have been allowed to roam around, get fresh air and graze/hunt for their own food. The color of the meat is red almost like beef. It also looks like beef when its cooked, but it doesn’t have as strong of a flavor as grass Fed beef which is nice.
It’s also kind of cool to be “helping” Texas since wild hogs number in the millions and it’s an invasive species. The sows are able to mate several times a year and is able to have a litter of about 4-8 piglets so they are everywhere rooting and messing up ranchlands.
Since they are invasive species people have free reign to hunt them. Although I am against hunting for trophies, I am not against hunting for food. I plan on going to Texas in the next couple of years to try hunting them for food. If a nice mount comes out of it, cool, but first and foremost…. BACON! I think it’ll be a good experience and almost everyone except for the pig will benefit. Even homeless people benefit from these wild pigs. since there are so many, when the pigs are killed or trapped, but no one wants to eat them, the meat gets donated to shelters to feed people. I think that is such a great idea because the hunters would have just thrown away the meat if they didn’t want to keep it, but instead they are helping people in need.
It is no wonder people dont like to go the doctors. Whenever you tell them you have something irregular, they always try to minimize what you feel and tell you it’s not that serious.
I have an indentation/what seems like a cracked shin and it aches. I told the usc health center doctor about it and he barely looked at it. I mentioned the indentation on my shin and he says it’s more than likely shin splints. Shin splints should leave an indentation!! Then he hands me a paper with leg exercises and sends me off.
I’ve read about shin splints and no where does it mention the loss of sensation on the skin over your shin. Yes, the skin there feels nothing! Also no where does it mention anything about pain when you’re just lying there. One night it felt like there were weights on my ankles and my shin was aching which kept me up.
Yes I know they received years of medical training, but they should still listen to their patients. The health center is like the middle man to actual doctors that can help me. Aetna forces us to see a pcp even though we pay $1700 a year for a PPO plan. It’s annoying to have to waste time at the health center when I end up getting the referral I need anyways.
I also want to mention I haven’t played softball, competitive or recreational since I was 19….. Which was four years ago!! I don’t think my shin should still hurt after four years. So yes I’m going back to the health center to see another doctor who will actually listen to my concerns about my shin and hopefully get an x Ray.
I say I don’t like to socialize but I think it’s nice in small amounts.
Today was the last first day of school for me. Maybe not last last because I’m still considering an mba. Anyway last first fay of my mandated education. Yea yea attending college is not enforced but still it feels like everyone goes anyways.
My point is, talking with my friend was nice today and I’m glad to come home and relax after 5 classes. Yes I’m also crazy and no I didn’t keep all of them. My supply chain class got canceled and honestly I am still really sad about it. I can’t believe they canceled a class that’s only offered once a year. I can’t believe they did it just to save a little money. The professor still has a job at the university so it’s not like they’ll dock his salary (they may but I doubt it) but seriously they planned on having the course and they had that budgeted so why not keep it open. 14 ppl were in the class gosh darn it. I understand if only one person enrolled or even only five but 14 was a good number.
So I ended up in a financial valuation course….. I dnt know why I thought it’d be okay lol the class was already getting too abstract for me when they were talking about why microeconomics is relevant to valuation. I dnt remember anything from microeconomics. I also still can’t grasp what the market is. Yes I know it’s individuals that make up the market but them what lol. It’s hard to explain my confusion.
It’s very clear why I chose operations management. Operations deals with very tangible things, like inventory. It’s easy to imagine a whole warehouse full of inventory that needs to be worked on or another example is an Amazon warehouse. Even if you’ve never been to one you can kind of guess there are a ton of items on shelves through out the warehouse but for me I can’t visualize the market so that’s what makes finance challenging for me.
Anyway I ended up staying for the 4-6 class. I almost dropped it bc I was convinced financial analysis would be a good class to take. did I mention there were three case write ups and a big group project? No thanks!!! I’m now keeping my 4-6 class which is an excel modeling class. It’s going over LP, decision trees, and Monte Carlo simulation in depth. I learned the basics for all three of these but it will be nice to become an excel pro before I graduate. At least I can put that on my resume.
So all in all today was a good day. I also got some good news about something I will not post on the world wide net for everyone to see.
Although all this is a ton of rambling on and on about nothing I guess it’ll be nice (and possibly lame) to read this ten years from now when my life might be drastically different or maybe even really similar. Who knows.
I wish I were smarter so then school wouldn’t be such a drag. I swear I’m the child that got left behind lol
I don’t understand. I work so hard but some times I think all the people who put in like half the effort will end up with all the high paying jobs.
I love soup. I love it so much I’ll turn on the a/c during summer just so I can eat soup. I had soup yesterday and the day before and it was so good.
My love for soup just adds to my desire to move to the pnw. Over there I’ll be able to have soup all the time and it will be so enjoyable because it’s so grey and drizzly there lol soup and grey weather go hand in hand.