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


Well, another day at work where I'm not teaching. Alarm goes off, I roll over and bravely grab my cellphone and my laptop, and send off a missive that amounts to: "I'm not teaching today, and since I don't feel well (lie) I'm not coming in. If there's any emergency, I'll drag myself there, and I'll be available by phone and email all day."

So, Remy gets to walk through the ass biting cold for about ten minutes to get to where I'm teaching, but I'll also get the freedom to finish class when I like and get the hell out of there, and only have a ten minute trip back. And since it's word level two, I'll finish nice and early.

Friday, again, I'm not teaching, but I'm gonna be present because that's Minna's test teach day. With any fortune, she'll rock the house and we'll all have a Minna up here to play with.

So today, a trip to the bank, some cleaning around the house, and I'm gonna give you some fun bits of newsbites. First, Senator in California attempts to ban the Internet, photo-copiers, tape recorders, and cybernetic eye implants.

And, remember, bacon is a vegetable.

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