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

Okay, class is actually going well today. As opposed to the rest of the week, where I just wanted to curl up and sleep. The students are finally getting into things. I hate teaching from these Microsoft Press books- good to learn on, bad to teach from.

Feh. At any rate, I've gotta do product knowledge tonight, I stay till 5:30 to educate the sales guys on programming languages so they can sell them. I'm going to see if one of them can shoot me a ride home, if not, I'm snagging a cab. There's no way I'm taking busses- I won't get home till 8.

At any rate, my current event comment has to get thrown in. Can I make a post these days with out one? This article pretty well sums up my feelings on the matter.

Free Jose. Not Mumia. Maybe retry Mumia, but from what I've read on the subject, while some details of the trial are sketchy, he's pretty well guilty. Jose on the other hand, hasn't even been tried. Military custody my ass.

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