When I was in the 6th grade we did a performance called "Night of the Notables" where each of us dressed up as a historical figure for a night after writing a paper on them. We also had to know some of our chosen person's quotes. The person I chose was none other then Thomas Edison. To this day, I still remember one of his quotes that I used from that night: "The thing I lose patience with the most is the clock. Its hands move too fast." I can certainly agree with your perspective today, Mr. Edison. Tuesdays my schedule of classes are Microeconomics from 8-10, and Chemistry from 10-11:30. Every Tuesday I always think that I will have plenty of time. But before I know it, I've spent a couple hours on a few calculus homework questions, and it feels that the day has already slipped away.