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Senioritis is REAL my friends, I know because I’ve had it for over a year now. BEFORE I was even a Senior. You just stop caring and are actually extremely tired and almost depressed in a weird way. But at the same time you are extremely excited and you just want the heck (using school appropriate words here!) out of this building you’ve been in for 4 to 6 years! You thought you procrastinate now? Oh buddy! You’re just getting started. We stop caring about even trying to do assignments on time. Then grumble about it at 3 am the day it is due, because like I said previously you want the heck outta Dodge, and these assignments say whether you get out or not.
Something I wasn’t aware of, is that there are different stages of senioritis.. At least for me! There’s Senioritis that I have had for over a year. Then there is ‘I’m Just Done, I Don’t Care Anymore.’ Ladies and Germs that is where I have been since I passed my First Semester Finals! I passed those finals, put in work all semester, then it all got reset and I lost motivation to do it again. I’m doing it again obviously, but I definitely do all my fun stuff instead of my work until it’s like 3 am. Still got all As so I mean !
Just to give you a taste of my priorities right now. As of writing this I have an unfinished, barely started article on the Senior Project from two weeks ago. I have very imaginative opinions on the Senior Project, but I’ve been fighting about the Project for about 3 weeks now, so at this moment, that article isn’t even on my list of maybe do.
So that is Senioritis for ya! Have fun
by Jackson Boothe
NBA2k20, a game that I have come to hate but yet again love. Not much has changed in the NBA2k series since 2017 and it’s noticeable.
The gameplay is still very glitchy and the myCareer intro or “prologue” is much too long for my taste. Another aspect of this game that had led me to the "unlikeness" is the work to gather a good myTeam roster. The game makes you grind and grind before you reach even a 80 overall team but by that point people have spent their dollars they have earned at McDonald’s to have a full 99 roster.
But with all this against the game it is still a lot of fun to beat your buddies with Zion or Trae Young because they are too good. Overall I would recommend playing this game but just be prepared to be irritated.