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

The fog outside is gorgeous. The clouds have descended and wrapped themselves around this area, and to boot, the swamp behind work is throwing off a mist, which the wind blows across the tree line, creating the most lovely effect.

It's pretty.

I'm teaching Outlook today, my least favorite class, because it's fucking boring. Uberboring. Megauberfuckingboring. To make the class more interesting, I insult bosstom in class. The students love it. The last thing I taught them before lunch? How to make a rule that deletes any message that reads "thought for the day" or "thought fro the day".

Tonight, it's off to meet Cate at Uncommon Grounds, where she'll be meeting with the infamous Jen. Hopefully Jen'll still be there when I arrive, so that I can meet her, being I've heard so much about her. After that, Cate and I are heading someplace for drinks, to celebrate the end of finals. Hopefully we can round up some people to go with.

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