August 18th, 2006

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i failed college yesterday.

if i get every single problem on my math final correct that i was able to answer (highly unlikely), then i would pull a whopping 66% or so, making my final total for the class about 67 or 68%.

ah, well, you live and learn. i definitely learned a few things from this quarter that i'll go into sometime later when i have more time. but now i must get ready for work.

and don't forget, you locals:

ELECTRIC DOORMAT'S FIRST SHOW!!
Rock N Roll Pizza
112th and Powell


Tickets $6, available either at the door or via a band member.
(i have one left that i need to sell.)


questions?
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aaah, for the joys of...

i was dressed and on my way out the door to work when....

i just called work "hi, steve. this is aubrey. i was on my way out the door when i was hit by what can only be described as a severe case of bottom sickness. i don't know when i'll be in or if i'll be in, but i'll try, if this bout passes - no pun intended."

ah, yes. between my suddenly painful, watery bowels, my sleeping through the first 3 hours of my shift, and my showing up at 3 instead of 11 for my shift, all within a week and a half... things will go splendid for my 3 year review. could i be failing officemax as well as college?

oh, and happy three year anniversary with officemax to meeee.

hee hee, i just rememebered i had a dream that conan o'brien was hitting on me.
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an email to my math teacher

Thanks for your response, Louis!  Sorry for the delayed response to the
delayed response - I just got this! (Maybe I should check my email a bit more
often...)

 

Approximately when will you have the final grades available?  I remember
you saying that you grade on a curve, but unless you grade on a LOOP, from my
personal caculations, I am thinking I ended up with around a 65% for the class. 
That's what I get for choosing summer to be the first term to go full time! 
Frustrating, because I had held a solid 4.0 up until this quarter, when I
succeeded - between work and The Plague - to not only lose my 4.0 but also my
financial aid.

 

But that's just me venting and whining.

 

Anyhoot, I thank you for being such a fantastic professor.  I only wish I
would have had the pleasure to have had you during a term that I had been able
to apply myself to my full potential - thusly dazzling you with my mathematical
prowess! (strike superhero pose here: _____)  I wish you the best of luck and
joy in your new position!

 

Sincerely,

 

Aubrey Keating

Math 095
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let me just say...

.. that for one - i don't know why i haven't crawled my arse into bed yet.

... that for another - i'm starting to FUHREAK THE HELL OUT with nervousness for tomorrow. in all 'performances' i gave for open mic or other, i was drinking.

.... that for yet a third - there is no point to this post, other than...

..... OH MY LAWD.