For the last week and a half I have been writing papers and studying for exams. I have never liked school, and this miserable process, memorizing useless minutia that i will forget in two weeks, reiterates my fundamental objections to the American college system.
To get me through studying and writing papers, I turned to these songs for inspiration.
In the last two days, Ennio Morricone's masterpiece made me feel like the Capital Asset Pricing Model is as exciting as robbing a bank or stealing 250000 dollars in gold. This song could even make Olympic Curling exciting.
I also played Gordon Lightfoot's historical classic, The Wreck of The Edmunds Fitzgerald, on repeat.
I will resume normal daily postings tomorrow.