:: Monday, November 17, 2003 ::
Today's quiz in Chinese class wasn't too bad. I think I did pretty well.
My sophomore tutorial in psychology, which meets until 6 on Mondays, was interesting today, too, because it was more structured than it usually is. I guess I like lectures more than random, free-flowing discussions.
Tonight, I went to the fifth installment of Hardball with Chris Matthews: Battle for the White House at the Kennedy School of Government. The guest was Presidential candidate Carol Mosely-Braun, and Chris Matthews grilled her on all the usual questions: Iraq, social policies, etc.
They wanted me to ask a question during the show, so I did so and made it onto national television in front of millions of viewers! I was really nervous, but I think I sounded alright. My question was, "If you do not get the Democratic nomination, what issue on the Democratic platform do you think is the most important to further?" My parents taped the show, so we'll see how it turned out.
After the show, I went back and ate dinner. I then worked on some homework before going to bed early because I have my early cognitive psychology class tomorrow morning.
Quote of the Day: "The Chinese language is quite tasty, too!"
:: SL 8:44 PM [+] ::