By and large this week has gone quietly enough. Things haven’t been especially busy at work. In writing class this week we finished watching Blowup on Monday and then discussed it on Wednesday. You might say I didn’t share the instructor’s ‘appreciation’ for the film. I found it to be uninteresting and rather overrated based on what I’ve read about it. I spoke frankly on the film in a Blackboard post but largely held my tongue during the group discussion. It took serious will power to contain myself when Mr. Griffith equated the filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni with Stanley Kubrick. If I wasn’t in such a good mood a profanity-laced outburst might have ensued.Tuesday’s ethics in media class was short as the professor had a speaking engagement that evening. His lecture on ethics in entertainment wouldn’t have been much longer anyway.Tonight’s business law class was a bit late in getting started and only partially introduced contracts, the next subject of extended discussion. The professor spent a lot of time covering certain laws he thought would be of interest such as D.U.I. law, leins and business taxes. Class was not dismissed until 8:30 so I didn’t have a long wait for ballroom tonight. This was the third of four weeks of foxtrot. Attendance was light this evening, likely due to the Lupe Fiasco concert at McAlister. There was only one new step introduced this evening so I didn’t have much trouble with the dancing, although it did take me 40 minutes to get a cab home.Later this evening I watched the big event, Stewart vs. Cramer on The Daily Show. A wireless card I won on eBay for my old VAIO Picturebook, a PCWA-C800S arrived in the mail today and I got it working with no problem.