How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

I feel ill and depressed. Uncreative, empty, and mindless.

And I get to go to work tomorrow. For a prep day. Page is calling in sick, which means unless Mike calls back, I'm going to have to hoof it in myself. Which means I'm going in late, because I'll be damned if I'm going to catch a 6am bus to get to work on time when I'm prepping. And if I'm there on time, they'll probably try and rope me into taking Page's class- which ain't happening, because I've got two classes this week to teach without prep if that happens.

It sucks no matter how you cut it, because Greg'll have a class to teach without prep- of course, one of mine is a level two class, and another is a web scripting class. Greg's got Act, which is actually a joy to teach- after having taught both levels 1 and 2 of it without prep, I can honestly say that one isn't so bad.

Everyone else is teaching except Shezad, who has never taught an apps class.

These are the reasons I'm not in management.
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