Yesterday, September 9, 2000, I went on a noding spree in order to get to Level 5. I did not node crap. I noded Chumbawamba lyrics. You might want to see my Chumbawamba Discography. With this node, I become level 5. YAY!

Things I get: more cools, more votes, and the ability to make rooms. YAY!

Anyway, I am now taking a dual enrollment class at FIU. It's Programming 1. I was given my first assignment on thursday. I have to write a program that tells you how much change is due in dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. For example: the price of something is $5.65 and you give me a ten dollar bill. I owe you $4.35. This is composed of 4 dollar bills, one quarter, and one dime. Cool beans!

To do this I'd need a C++ compiler, which I don't have. I don't have assloads of money to buy MS Visual C++. So, I have to go to one of FIU's cool ass computer labs to do it. I know all you GNU/Linux fans reading this are about to tell me to start using Linux because it's free. However, what isn't free is the hardware. I just don't have the disk space to install Linux and I don't have the money to buy a new hard drive.

Boy, do I ramble (and, yes, I can say tangent).