I got up this morning, finished my conclusion then went to NYU to print it out.
Class today was weird. Since it was the last class I didn't take notes. We watched a few videos. The first two, about the London Fair in 1951, were interesting. The third one was a move about Metro-Land, the development of suburbs all around London. This was really boring and long. the narrator, a really famous British Architecture historian, was incredibly boring and awkward. He would pause at the wrong times and emphasize the wrong words - just plain weird. In one scene he goes inside the house of some famous electric organ player. The organist is playing a traditional tune then switches to Varsity Drag, from Good News. It was unmistakeable. I only with someone else from LG had been there to experience this incredulity with me.
I spent the evening reading and skyping with various people. I'm really excited to be going home. Apparently now when you ask Shea where I am she changes the subject: "Shea, where's Ali?," "I gotta go, bye." I can't wait to see her when I get home. Thank god I arrive so close to christmas that I'll be able to restrain from giving her any presents when I first arrive.