May 10th, 2002
Proper way of saying: "Good news. It may not be necessary to hire me as staff, because I wasn't able to pass a freshman math course."?
Out of nowhere, my aunt and uncle sent me this stunning chronograph. For graduation. I found the package this morning, when I walked home to get the calculator that was in the robotics club.
As a graduation present, I was reluctant to open the package. Naturally, I did so anyway, and it was useful. Partially, because McConomy (land of my exams) is out of cell range [and the profs love it when you consult your cell phone on a closed notes exam...]. Partially because it is a thing of beauty, and therefore had a calming effect.
I hope I graduate. It is now completely up in the air.
|Date:||May 11th, 2002 08:40 pm (UTC)|| |
I passed. Therefore you will pass as well.
Fear the awesome power of the sh33p. *jingle*
I prefer to fear the Squirrels of the Hill. They are vicious, but Just.
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