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

Geh. My face is filled with snot. I can't really concentrate. I'm trying to invent an excersise on the fly that my students can handle. I want to practice trappening, to get some of the goo to drain. I'm trying to think of creative uses for compressed air to resolve this problem, but I'm thinking most of that would break blood vessels.

I want to sleeeeep. Fach.

On the war, I'm too out of it and frustrated to say anything that I haven't said already. Except that it's not a war yet. Congress has not delcared war. So, in theory, after sixty days, this could all be over. Yeah, right.
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