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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

"Charlie the wise" now speaks to the nation

So I have a class that is amazing and by amazing I truly mean – the world is not ready for this but I am too lazy to use my own words so I have decided (with permission to directly quote a classmate of mine

“I hate my prof. This lady is so over educated that i think I have more work expirience than she does. I really want to pull out my hair, dunk myself in hot tar, take a sianide pill, take a roofy, take a walk off a cliff. I mean I am a very happy person and godammit this shit is so bad I want to  end it now and pray for a god that will understand, he/she will be like "yes I fucked up so bad when I created my (employment law prof) that not only is your suicide justified, but i commend you for it" because this lady is that fucking brutal. I have been around down sydrome kids with bettter presence and more refined public speaking skills and that is not a joke, seriously I have, this lady sucks.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

whatever, dude...
she is HOT for a law prof

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Cali-J ueber alles in der Welt. Some think that I am mean; (I call them friends), in fact I am not that mean. What I am is sarcastic and dry to the sandpaper level. I have friends that I have never said a kind word to their face, but I praise to the ends of the earth to anyone I know and will defend them to the end. That’s just how I roll! My boys know that I am down for them, my girls know that no matter what I will keep them safe (and occasionally flirt with them [If you are a female friend of mine and think I haven’t flirted with you it just means you didn’t notice, it was extremely subtle or…not yet ]). No one is safe from my sarcasm even my own parents; hence of course as a kid I spent a significant amount of time in punishment. I treat people with respect if I think they deserve it – everyone starts off with the same amount of respect from me (a lot). You don’t need to earn my respect; you have to keep my respect.