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

Oooh! Look! A wall! *THWAPTWHAPTHWAP$*

This class blows. The book is ass, one of the students knows a thousand times more than I ever will on this topic, class examples break repeatedly. I'm going to go home and beat something.

And today is going better than yesterday. Keep that in mind.

In other news, I volunteered to run a black-jack table at New Horizons for their customer appreciation day- mostly because Front Desk Girl (who has a name, and I should really know it, considering we talk all the time) and Christopher assumed I was coming. Besides, running blackjack will be fun, and it's only for a few hours on Friday. And I get a free lunch.

I can be bought really cheap.

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