I forgot to mention that yesterday in section, Vijay was talking about the exploitation of workers and asked if anyone had read Cheaper by the Dozen. I was the only one who had, and got to talk about efficiency engineering - proof that you should always read the book rather than just watching the movie.
I left North Balch for an early dinner, and ate some pasta by myself as I read an Agatha Christie short story. At six-twenty, I got an ice cream cone and headed downstairs to meet Mr. Chan Law. The lobby of RPCC was very crowded with students watching the soccer game on multiple TV screens, and periodically they would all start screaming. Still, Mr. Chan-Law managed to give us our instructions for dinner on Friday and check-out on Saturday.
At seven I had a floor meeting in a lounge, where we were told not to break any rules just because it's the last week of Summer College, and made appointments for room inspections. The meeting was of dubious success, because many people didn't show up.
For the rest of the evening I blogged and mostly worked on tidying up my essay. In its final form it's acceptable, if not great. I hope Vijay will appreciate the improvement from the last draft.
Tomorrow I cram for the final.