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  1. So my studies took a rather unexpected diversion this semester.

    See, I wanted to take this Fiction class for my last humanities credit. I also needed one more honors-section class to graduate with honors.

    Imagine my happiness when I got the honors newsletter saying Fiction would run in an honors section in Spring 2015.

    Cool. The letter came at beginning of the Fall 2014 semester, so I dropped my section of Fiction that semester so I could save it for Spring 2015, therefore avoiding a needless honors-section class solely to graduate with honors.

    Then 3 weeks into Fall 2014, and 3 weeks after dropping the regular Fiction, I get the update to the newsletter: "Sorry, we changed honors Fiction from 2PM to 11AM." Wonderful, except I've got on-site training that day from 9AM-1PM.

    Go through a bunch of hassle, come up with one solution: "Study Abroad."

    So I ended up in Paris over spring break.

    Got to see the cool stuff, got to see the ghetto stuff, got to be a Dumb American™, got to meet Julian again (nearly 10 years later), got to have real wine, got to eat real bread... (I have to say, France certainly has the French Toast market cornered.)

    Got my humanities credit, got my honors credit.

    All in all, we had a very French time.

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    2. darknation

      darknation

      awesome. Pass my regards to julian next time you see him.

    3. GooberMan

      GooberMan

      I should meet some of you Yourapeeins while I'm here living in Finland. Getting on a plane for a weekend isn't that much of an issue for me.

    4. hex11

      hex11

      I guess in France you don't have to say "touche pas a mon pote" anymore, because your potes outnumber you, or at least that's the impression I'm getting.

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