-My first day of classes for the semester started today. I am in disbelief at how blantantly foolish two of my professors are.
- My first class of the day is "Modern European History" and my professor had the cajones to say that "There is nothing objective about history, everything is open for interpretation." While I was in class I began to wonder if 9/11 really happened; I finally wound up concluding that 9/11 didn't occur because I interpreted it that way.
- This next instance should be more shocking than my previous experience. At 2:00 I started an "Introduction To Formal Logic", where the professor was, to say the least, far from logical. He went on to spout something like "Logic has no real function in reality, etc." I wonder if he thinks the same thing when he goes home to type up his John Dewey (get it?) analysis on pragmatism using his computer which - **shockingly** - uses logic gates to function. He probably didn't.