I finished my study manual for exam C! I was thinking of putting up even more progress bars of the different sample problems/practice exams I have yet to do before my exam on June 20th (I have quite a lot to keep me busy until then) but I can’t seem to think of anything more boring to watch. Letsee I can see how long it takes to eat 300 waffles. Or go through 2000 yards of dental floss. Or ingest 50,000,000 milligrams of sodium. That last one might be hard to keep track. Progress bars have been my answer to everything lately. Need to lose weight? Progress bars! Put more money in savings? Progress bars! Change a tire? Progress bars! Find a spouse? Progress bars! Letsee, I’m currently at 0 for 1 in the spouse department. Only, uh… one more to go! Almost there!
R2May 8, 2011 at 2:55 pm
The process that only takes “one” to complete is the toughest; repeated “all or nothing”. What is even harder is to not lose hope and remain tender through it all.
theoMay 9, 2011 at 7:50 am
Ahh, the Bernoulli distribution! The textbook never mentioned it could be so heartbreaking but I know what you mean.