SF Ballet season starts this week. I’m a little excited, but also trying to figure out how the hell I’m going to get to SF on time each night. Also, I need to figure out what night to go to.
So some people in my stats class study group busted out Fubini’s Theorem, which evidently is a real theorem. I thought they were joking around, like, you know, DeDerp’s theorem or something. It’s actually a pretty cool result: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fubini%27s_theorem
Rainy days are kind of miserable.
No one wants to hire a statistician for a summer internship. This is depressing and also very confusing. I’m pretty sure what I’m learning is very useful, yet all companies seem to want are programmers.
I need some other extracurricular activity besides TKD. I really have no idea what else to do, though. Sitting alone in the apartment all weekend is kind of depressing, but I guess that’s life.