DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,

Four more years. Pass the razor blades, please...

I can't tell you what a solemn day this was. I worked from home, as I imagine a great majority of GLBT IBMers did today. It's just absolutely disheartening that we have to endure another four years with this man at the helm.

Robert arrived close to six, and we had spaghetti for dinner. He brought some kielbasa, which I added to the sauce, and some rolls, which we heated and had with dinner. Yum.

I read my "find" from NPR yesterday, and Dr. Katz really liked it.

One of readings for tonight's class was on copyrighting. Dr. Katz was talking about the subject at one point, and said something like, "Yeah, it's like plagiarism. If you plagiarize an entire paper and turn it in, you're going to get kicked out of the program."

I grabbed the edge of my Literature Review assignment, and began sliding it across the desk, and with shift eyes, said, "How about if you only plagiarize half a paper, would you still get expelled?" Worried look on my face, "A quarter of the paper?" Everyone cracked up, especially Erin, who couldn't stop laughing. It was pretty funny.

I stayed after class to meet with Tanya and Will about our group assignment. We clarified the roles each of us will play in the lesson, and closed on some decisions we needed to make about the contents of the lesson plan. Everyone seems happy about the decisions and committed to the project. Good deal.

I got to Flex at about 9:20, and had missed Taillights. There was a decent crowd tonight, and it was a fun night. Carl taught the dance to Tall, Tall Trees. Van gave Robert and me our Dolly tickets in case we don't make the pre-party tomorrow night.

At home, we showered and MMMMMMMMMMMMMed. And it was MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!

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