Monthly Archives: March 2007

Saturday: the end of March … it rains.

Today it’s raining off an on, but the best part is/was … thunder. I’m glad I shut my windows last night before I went to bed.

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Friday: Spring Break nears …

… and so I had to teach, albeit briefly.

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Sweet Jesus …

Today’s news links come courtesy of the Post Chronicle, not quite the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, or Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung …

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She said: “para … lyzed …”

I don’t know exactly how Russendisko went over with the students; for all but Natallia and Sara it was clearly rather difficult, though most of them picked out some good details.

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Brillen-Putzt├╝cher

My mp3s from/of Our Lady Peace are a bit f**ked up; I think “Automatic Flowers” is cut short, and “Clumsy” clearly comes from a skipping-CD. I’m not too fond of the music and can imagine myself deleting it to free … Continue reading

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And another season is concluded!

Today was about teaching, about not being too snarky with my slacker students, about not losing my temper because there is no real respect in that classroom.

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Shame on those …

… who missed MILC and/or the post-conference party last night, for both were wonderfully entertaining.

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Saturday in brief(s) … or: is that a shawarma in your pocket?

My alarm went off on time, but my speakers … ah, my speakers.

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Conference: Day/Afternoon #1

Last night after I returned from drinks with Andrea, Lynn, and Liz at the wine cellar, as I told Lynn I would when we got off the bus, I decided to use up my space apples in an apple pie. … Continue reading

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Ask not for whom the bell tolls …

Today Andrea moved out in the morning, but not before I prepared a batch of buttermilk pancakes, which he enjoyed. He walked to town and hasn’t yet taken the bus.

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