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Permalink 11/17/07 at 04:48:43 pm, by Ed, 171 words   English (US)
Categories: School

So I went to my history of theatre class, and it turns out that we're too far ahead in the class, by about a day and a half, so we all just had a conversation the whole time. The only reason that I'm not annoyed that he didn't just cancel class beforehand is because he's the only really funny teacher I've ever had, so conversing isn't such a bad thing. Even though my class right afterwards was canceled as well, so there was no reason for me to stay on campus for those three hours.

On the other hand, my OS teacher says we're behind in our schedule by so much that we won't be able to get to everything because we had to go over the syllabus on the first day. Seriously? You'd think you'd be able to plan better than that. Or maybe stop waiting for ten minutes after you ask a question when it's obvious that nobody's going to answer it. That might speed things up a bit.

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