|THINGS THAT ARE DIFFICULT TO SAY WHEN DRUNK:|
|THINGS THAT ARE VERY DIFFICULT TO SAY WHEN DRUNK:|
|THINGS THAT ARE DOWNRIGHT IMPOSSIBLE TO SAY WHEN DRUNK:|
I spent most of my day doing my peer reviews for Paula's and Michelle's ENG 675 projects. I feel like they got their money's worth out of me.
At just after 2:00, I was interviewed by a reporter for The Technician, who is doing a story about the Free Expression Tunnel. She is interviewing people for the story who have painted the tunnel.
I'm not sure what the story is going to be about, but I had the weirdest feeling that I am going to end up quoted out of context if I'm in the story at all. One of the questions was, "Do you think the tunnel should be used only for free expression, or do you think it's okay to use it to advertise events on campus, too?" So, the story may be something about that issue.
Of course, being the life-documenting person that I am, I have vivid, written memories of my experience.
For dinner, I sautéed some green peppers and onions, and right at the end poured Teriyaki sauce on them. I dumped these on a bowl of rice. I had extra rice left over at the end, which I dumped into a little bit of leftover tomato soup I had. It was all good.
After finishing my ENG 675 peer reviews, I completed the program administrator survey for my own ENG 675 project, and then worked on a crossword puzzle.