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My name is Olivia and I am a senior at Butler University. I spend most of my time in Lilly Hall as a BFA Dance Performance major. When not in rehearsal or ballet class, I write papers for my English Literature second major. In my super-abundant, never-lacking, this-is-highly-sarcastic spare time, I attempt to cook in my apartment kitchen, watch Youtube videos of ballet, knit sweaters that never seem to come to an end, and read books both silly and serious. If I could take any class at Butler just for kicks, I'd go for DiffyQ.

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My friend is lurking over my shoulder, discussing the difference in the coefficients of friction in the front and back seats of Rebecca Black‘s friend’s car as she goes to school on Friday. Or something like that. Mu equals twenty-one point eight in the front and ten in the back, but she has to carry the books in the front. A hot air balloon passing by overhead creates a wind with force equal to 15 N, heading due south. What is the relative speed of the cereal bowl in Rebecca’s lap?

This is odd because

1. I am now on my two week summer vacation and shouldn’t be thinking about physics.

2. There was no hot air balloon in the song, or the actual online problem I’m mocking.

from http://www.buzzfeed.com/expresident/rebecca-black-physics

Well, aren’t we good college students? Excuse my nonsense–I guess I’m in summer mode after all.

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