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I almost didn’t graduate high school because of two subjects: Keyboarding and algebra.
Keyboarding, by the way, was still done on a typewriter in 1996 Show Low, Arizona (somehow that was 26 years ago).
I wish I could say my failing grade was because I had some clairvoyant vision that computers were the wave of the future, and typing was obsolete, but that wasn’t it. I just didn’t go to class (and I still can’t type). That was the pitfall of being 18 years old for my senior year: I could sign myself out of school.
Well let’s just say I disagreed with Mr. Butler’ insistence that letters of the alphabet should be commingled with numbers to create a math problem (emphasis on problem).
Letters and I got along just fine in English class, geeking-out alone on paper, writing essays and book reports. But throw them in with mathematical equations, and suddenly they act like...
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