DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,
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This is way too funny...

I got an email from Mark Zumbach today that said this:

John -
thanks for your email. . . moments after I read it, someone I know from charlotte forwarded me the image below. . . don't know if you'll get a kick out of it or not. . . but I thought it funny that I knew where the "source" photo came from. . .
- Mark




Work was good today. I got the XVIA DOM reviewer comments incorporated, and the document approved by Mel. Good to have that in place for tomorrow.

The ISO audit started about an hour-and-a-half late due to the auditor's having "car trouble." I'm not sure what that's all about as I would think that they'd had rental cars. Oh well. Evidently, it started off on a light note, because Jim, the lead auditor, said during the opening meeting, "Killing an auditor will lead to a major nonconformance."

I had some "issues" with glue today -- when I set the "Gender Game" upright, the CD cases, which were glued on to the foam core, slid down. I am so "not crafty" even though I think I'm supposed to be -- being gay and all. I masking taped the hell out of the bitch, hoping it will stay intact until 8:45 this evening.

Class was interesting tonight. I probably talked too much, but hey, I'm paying good tuition dollars, so can't be blamed if I want to get my money's worth. I did feel a little inarticulate tonight, especially trying to explain my point on contradictory reasons for rationale used making ethical decisions. Oh well. It's not like I haven't witnessed other bouts of inarticulation in the class. :-)

Our after-class session with Dr. Katz on our proposed lesson plan for the class on Gender we'll be teaching went very well. Yippee.

I made a CPK Garlic Chicken pizza when I got home, and caught up this journal.
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