EDIT: Ehehe, Mouse nailed what the guy called it, the problem looks to be a rear distrubution thingy or something, or so said the shop dude.
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I have the paper due Thurs, a math test Thurs, and to try to finish my Japanese test tomorrow. I don't think I'll be able to add much on the Japanese test. There is just such a huge gap between material I do remember and that which is on the test it is of little to no help. -sighs- I've talk to my teacher, she wants me to tough it out and if at worst give me an incomplete and till mid-Feb to study up, tutor up, and test up to passing. If it goes that way and I still can't do it... I've effectively killed my GPA standing. BUT, my classes are MWF next semester and if I have to I'll sit in on the Japanese classes the first few weeks on top of playing catch up studying with my teacher because those classes are on TR. I can't do that this semester because all my classes are already on TR.
I feel internet deprived, other than checking my mail on my phone I haven't been physically on the internet on a computer in 4 days.
In Li-Young Lee’s “I Ask My Mother to Sing” the speaker is reflecting back to when he would listen to his mother and his grandmother sing of a China he has never seen. The tone is one of remembrance, the song has been sung so many times. In lines 3 and 4 you learn that even though the father has passed he was once part of this song, “If my father were alive, he would play--/his accordion and sway like a boat” (Lee 627). The reader can feel the sorrow and nostalgic of the memory as he begins to describe his mother’s song.