Sometimes I could just throw this book against the wall. I have never taken a subject that was so dull as accounting, save for anthropolgy. I enjoyed physics so much because it involved the challenge of solving problems and really made you think about what exactly was happening, visualizing the action and mentally seeing the graph in your head. Accounting, well is just that, accounting. I will say that I've found cost accounting to be much interesting than financial accounting just because I see the value in its day to day use, but it's still mostly memorization and mechanical math. Also, why can't any of my accounting or finance books use decent math notation? No subscripts, using what should be an exponent as a notation, and using letter after letter for variables. Then again I was the only business major in my uni physics class. Anyone else taking something dull this summer?