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

Rules for taking an advanced database class

  • Be able to type
  • Be capable of navigating the Windows Start Menu without aid
  • Be able to manage multiple running programs as windows on your desktop
  • Be capable of copying files
  • Be able to learn things like how to log in with being shown only a few times- by the end of the _first class_ you should have learned something and not need to be spoonfed through the entire set of classes in the sequence

She's a sweet little old lady, but the poor thing's head has got a density on par with a neutron star. I'm not one to say that when you're old you can't learn new things, but she very obviously can't. The bitch (yet nice to me) student hates having her in class, and says nasty things about her being there to all the sales guys. I'm patient as anything, and always have a smile on my face, but *guh* she makes me dumber.

You can always tell in class when I want to kill a student. I always smile at them. Whenever they open their mouths, this soft welcoming smile pops up on my face which says, "No, it's okay. Say whatever you want, be as much of a pain in the ass as you can, I'm just gonna keep smiling and write about you in my journal and bitch about you to the other employees. And we'll all agree what a fucktard you are, and marvel that you can draw breath."

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