For the past three months, I have taken a graduate level course through the American Advertising Association at Loyola Marymount. It's for mid-level ad executives and their agencies have to sponsor you for it. Anyway, it's one of those classes where you get broken up in groups and then have to give a huge presentation at the end. For the past month, my group and I have worked night and day in preparing for this presentation. Last night was the big day and I think we did extremely well. We composed different video segments and I revealed the strategy with the help of a beta fish named Manfred. All things that no group had done before in 44 years. We'll find out next Tuesday who won.