I remember when I was a senior in high school you were, credit-wise at least, a junior in college.So, on that topic, it looks like I might have to wait even longer to graduate. If I want to take second semester French without having taken French since the spring of 1999 and drop economics to a minor, I can graduate in four months. iceprincess2250 swears that she can get me to pass French if I take it with her. But I think it might be a better bet to keep the double major, and take intro French before the second semester of French. Bleh.
Since that time I finished high school, went to college, transferred schools, graduated late, went on the job hunt, found one, and been working for a year and a half. Who knows where I will be by the time you get that diploma (probably not in NJ, at least).
You are the Duke Nukem Forever of matriculation...
Also, I think I've told everyone who's asked for an update on this situation, just never posted it. The New York office won't be closing for at least another year or two, so I'm not homeless just yet. Sorry opportunistic people hoping to live with me (csmole).
Yesterday I was surprised to find good old incetardis wandering around outside my office. Always wonderful to see him again. We showed him the renovations done to the basement he spent so much time in, then I forced him to sign up with a new social networking website.