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

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For some reason the web version of LJ insists on putting me in a time zone two hours earlier than I am in. If that were the case, I'd have more time to do work... or more accurately avoid work.

Why can't I do any of my assignments? Why do I just blow off my classwork? Skip classes and work without a thought?

Why can't I really get myself concerned about it? Senioritis? Only if I've had senioritis since elementary school!

Oy gavolt!


Good news... the Dragon still resides in Paduah. And it does seem more... restful. Not happier mind you, just more restful. It has stopped hating it's existance (for those of you tuning in late, it was in the crane that was used to build Paduah, the newest dorm on campus). It wants to be manifest, not some half remembered figment... but it doesn't have the critical mass yet. Have to work on that. Maybe some sigal magick/culture jamming is in order? Tape flyers containing some sigil all over the building to free the dragon into a moderately concrete form- at least a spectre more than a few of us notice/believe in.

We'll worry about manifesting giant dragons at some later date. I'm not sure how healthy it would be for siena to have a red dragon romping about.
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