And regarding money: there are scholarships, grants, student fellowships, student assistantships, working while studying, and student loans. ASK advisors, librarians, professors, anyone you can. If you feel you don't have the ability, how do you KNOW that if you don't try? And if you're flat not interested, then why is that? Laziness? Lack of motivation?
Remembering Thanksgiving: here's a bachelor culinary experiment--what happens to ham and pea soup if you put it in the saucepan to heat up, then go into the next room and forget about it? Does it turn into ham-and-pea casserole? I inadvertently tried this, and the result was flat, but nothing that four olives and some Tabasco sauce wouldn't fix. Some Worcestershire or A-1 sauce does well, too. And then there were purple grapes, almonds and goat cheese for dessert. And pumpkin pie. All of that was easily enough for one meal.
Later, I tried the more traditional route, and I thank you, God, for evolving a dinosaur into a large feathered creature with abundant white meat that would strut around and nuzzle its young with almost human affection. But we hired someone to kill it, and now we're going to eat it. Amen.
A friend says, 'God was so good to do that. I could never eat a dinosaur for Thsnksgiving'. And there's the added possibility that the dinosaur could eat us. This rarely happens with turkeys (unless you mean metaphoric eating and the human turkey variety).
Another friend asks if the turkey's t-bone comes from a T-Rex. He speculates that undersea creatures near hot-air vents evolved all the way up to land creatures, then to elephants. Then some of these decided the move to land was a bad idea, so they returned to earth as whales. Then others, jealous of the whales' easy-going lifestyle, tried to hunt them and eat them, and also put up a nuclear plant on Japan's east coast as an aid to zap the whales in this enterprise, but the nuclear whale-hunting plant had inadequate tsunami walls, and we all know what happened next.