I am hopeless, but awesome.
Anyway, then I had history, where we pretty much just had our discussion groups. The group I was in was all disgustingly artistic (me, an undecided, a theatre major, a photography major, and a dance education major), and one of them was quite the annoying idiot as well. She kept bringing the discussion back to this one point where she was all, "It would be so much better if it had happened like this!", and I kept going, "But it didn't, and this is why". And it kept going on like that, until I reached the point where I wanted to bitch at her, "Yes, that's all very well if we've got a bloody time machine, but we don't, so move on!" I actually wrote this on my paper, so that I wouldn't shout it at her.
I also came to a conclusion about honors students versus regular students at Metro. It's not so much knowledge or even ability to think; it's that the honors students are open to ideas. Like, you could bring up a question of, "But was slavery really a bad thing?", and honors students won't immediately jump up and call you a Nazi or anything, they'll listen to your ideas, and will even understand that you're not condoning slavery or saying it's a good thing, you're just raising it as something to think about.