At the Rock Bottom
Apr 4, 2004
I’m currently at a free internet terminal at the Rock Bottom Brewery in Minneapolis, celebrating my friend Sterling’s 22nd birthday. Why I’m typing on a terminal to write a blog entry that no one reads—I’m not sure. I haven’t accomplished anything today; I slept until 3:45pm. Of course, I didn’t sleep at all on Thursday night. I had tons and tons of homework: a linear algebra assignment, artificial intelligence homework, and multivariable work to do.
Unfortunately, a sleep-deprived state makes performing mathematical calculations rather difficult. By the time I had cranked out my AI homework, I was so drained from thinking about conditional probabilities that I certainly couldn’t deal with orthogonal polynomials and the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization method. Blah.
I have a chance tomorrow to catch up on a lot of things; I really hope I can get at least a few things done.
Geez, bars are a lot more boring when there is no live musical entertainment. Despite the fact that we visited a bar in hopkins, it was a great time because of the band that was playing. Although I typically don’t like bands like the Root City Band, but they were pretty awesome. I was having a great time, and then the band closed out by covering Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”! I had been wanting to hear that song the entire night, ever since they covered “All Along the Watchtower”.
Alright, I should go off and perform some productive drinking.