Okay, so I honestly wasn’t sure if we were supposed to write a blog because we don’t have class this week, but I’m writing one just in case. Hehe Anyway just to comment on recent business like everyone else has, March is particularly busy for me, not February. But in any case, something coming up: the county STEM fair! Is anyone else going? Alicia, you are, right?
Just rolling off of what various people have been saying, yes kpop has invaded this blog. But really, it only looks huge because its in ALL CAPS. And nothing else IS. So. That’s that, hmm? So… a kpop reference now? Yay *Alicia, high-five! lol* I’m still hung onto MBLAQ, which is unusual because I don’t know their members well. I keep forgetting the leader’s name!! [Now I know, I searched it up. Their names are in the picture caption, ordered from left to right ^^] I know Mir, G.O., Thunder, and Joon. Aggh! >.< This is the third time in two days that I’ve questioned my mind to find that it doesn’t remember this!! -_-” Alicia, help me out here. But I remember B2ST… barely. They don’t interest me as much anymore. SuJu-M, come backk! Hangeng’s making his own name out there in China – which reminds me.
Recently people were taking some national test ability thingamajig, right? It’s to test our country’s average abilities (right? no?) , and I was discussing it with some peers when we came up with the idea that it would be interesting if that was the test in which world-wide abilities are compared (because it’s our class. our class!). Referring to some past issue of TIME, Shanghai (aka China) has had the highest math and reading scores. The US is kinda in the middle – and… oh wow, now that I look for the issue, it’s gone. Well just search it on time.com or something. It’s probably there.
And… so the homework. Really, I don’t think I’m cut out for probability. My mind’s messed up right now – this isn’t like the Onew Condition, right? Cause that still confuses me, haha. Love pizza! Bye~
p.s. Happy Birthday, Allen!