So I’m watching 24 Season 2, and it’s funny because now that NDAA was signed in, all the illegal detention of Ron Wieland and Roger Stanton would be totally legal, once they have been labeled as terrorists.
Went to class, did homework, ran a mile in 8:25 (yes, I'm slow, but this is fast for me), ran another mile just for the heck of it, showered, drank a protein shake while making boiled eggs, and got an email that my Black Keys tickets should be here tomorrow.
I was with my dog and for some reason, I pinned him to the ground by his neck in a not-so-playful way. I help him there for a moment, then let go and motioned for him to come so I could show affection. He started wagging his tail at the fact that I let him go then jumped into my lap so I would pet him. Then it hit me. He loved me because I was power and I chose him, who was inferior to me, to be my friend. He loved me because he feared me. Scary.
I asked “It seems to me that the systematic naming was much easier because it was branching off a ring structure. If it was a simple Butylpentane, we would’ve had to include which carbon the butyl was attached to. How does that fit into (2-methylpropyl)cyclopentane or (1, 1dimethylethyl)cyclopentane?” on a Khan Academy video. When the hell was I so smart and why do I not understand this anymore?