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

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"It was wacky."

/me peruses the melissa virus code.

Some of it is done in german... wierdo. Kidding.

Anywho... chumming through It, wondering how crazy it drove King to write it, simply becasue the guy put himself in the book as a character.

Today I provided further evidence that I am the reincarnation of Soren Kierkegaard, namely because I carried today's class discussion on his work. But I didn't read any of the material. I just knew what he was saying. I understood, but of course, our lives have some interesting parallels.

I have a five page paper for 11:30 tomorrow on something else I haven't read. Welp, I know what I'm doing tonight, assuming that I've got the pages for the reading scribbled someplace. This is of course, for the professor who has been ill for just over a week now. I am concerned for his health, but also kinda annoyed... I'd like to get SOMEPLACE in the material, even if I hate the course (not fond of the professor).

And again... web design SUCKS ass...

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