I'm taking Physics C this year because I aspire to be an engineer of some sort and be involved with something really cool. And the money wouldn't be so bad either. And I'm pretty sure that continuing to learn physics will help me in a college engineering program. Plus I think that physics is more interesting than chemistry and biology...
I'm really excited to learn some of the physics of the real world, rather than the laws of some unattainable perfect world that we learned in Physics B because that's boring. And lets be real, if the hardware store that was brought up so many times last year (you know that one that sells mass-less rope, friction-less tables, inclined planes and pulleys, and is likely full of resistance-less air) existed, it would put Lowes and Home Depot out of business in an instant. Interestingly enough, as of now I'm not scared of this class, probably due to false hope or ignorance, so I guess I'm anxious to see how that pans out in a few weeks.
Oh and I'm really tired right now so that's why this post may seem like a half- lucid rant.
Maybe it's not that simple after all.