My seasoned thermodynamics professor finally threw in the towel plus retired now that he is 71 years old. I thought the guy would never retire although I know he would had enough of teaching the abstract class at my seasoned UF college. It is funny because the mascot for our college is the gator plus this thermo professor’s last name is Gater, no joke. That was the toughest engineering class that I had to take plus I still don’t entirely know what it was all about. Calculus was terrible enough, but thermo is a whole odd level of confusion, but heating plus cooling systems is what the class was all about, dealing with refrigeration plus entropy, my associate and I even had to endure a second class of it once my associate and I survived the first class. I don’t suppose I would ever use what I learned from that class in a million years plus am not sure why they offered it to us. My local contractor neighbor tried taking the class plus quit engineering after failing the class three times, cooling down her plans to be an engineer like I was in The Valley in Cali. I only worked there a few years till I figured out that engineering wasn’t for me. I could still be there now, building heating plus cooling equipment for commercial corporations plus hating every minute of it. My seasoned friends there used to count down the months plus years till retirement, something which seems so crazy for me. The Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C supplier where I work now is much more fun than the seasoned Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system engineering gig.