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

Just When You Thought it was Safe to go Back to Class!

3:45, the shitty day is starting to wrap up- we're in the middle of a fairly intensive, but brief process. I was planning to get most of the material wrapped up and finished by four-fifteen or so.

And then, the power goes out. BUMP. Flickers back to life, and dies. Again, and again. I told my students to stay put, while I found out what management wanted me to do, and most of them left as soon as I was out of the room.

I hope for one of two things- either the power can't be fixed due to some transformer exploding or something, and we can't open tomorrow, or none of my students bother with coming back.

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