Living in this neighborhood/borough/city/country for a month and going to grad school for two weeks has already taught me some valuable things.
1. Sliced bread tastes like plastic and brings me memories of previous eons, in which I still ate at McDonald’s.
2. Everyone knows universities sometimes forget when they owe you scholarships, but the flip side of the coin is that they sometimes forget to charge you rent.
3. It’s apparently impossible to find cottage cheese with more than 4% fat around here.
4. Manhattan may be the central borough of New York, but the central borough of New York bloggers seems to be Brooklyn.
5. A pessimist would peek at my complex analysis class and say “He’s teaching undergrad-level material!”. An optimist would say “He’s teaching the bulk of the two one-semester complex analysis classes I took in undergrad, in 3 weeks.”
6. The window I write posts in can couple as a WYSIWYG web page editor for when my teaching of mathematics professor assigns homework that involves page creation (you can verify that there’s no post here with ID number 107…).