Monthly Archives: January 2003

The Post-Mortem Report (or, how it went) Wow, I was one nervous grrrl today, a wreck until about 1:00PM. I don’t think I got more than a couple hours of tossing-and-turning sleep and couldn’t eat anything until supper tonight. It’s wild how anxious I was about this whole teaching gig. I mean, I’ve been teaching […]

I should be dilligently studying my lesson plan for tomorrow right now. Wait, it’s not tomorrow now — it’s later today! I’m really nervous about the whole ordeal. It is my first Rhetoric class I’m teaching — hard to believe that this time last year I was in my undergrad rhet class, and now I’m […]

Behold, the all-knowing Oracle of Starbucks Personality type: Pseudo-intellectual You’re liberal and consider yourself to be laid back and open minded. Everyone else just thinks you’re clueless. Your friends hate you because you always email them virus warnings and chain letters “just in case it’s true.” All people who drink grande tazo tea are potheads. […]

Dammit, I’m proud to be an American. But why do I feel somewhat guilty in writing that phrase? Tonight I watched my first State of the Union address, while living in a foreign country. It was a bit weird. For one, none of the 3 channels in the apartment carried it, so I had to […]

Mindless Links Monday: Comb — A whole site dedicated to the hair styling masterpieces that are the comb-overs. Kermitage — A website that has categorized and discussed all six seasons of the Muppet Show! Newseum — A collection of front news pages from all over the world. Updated daily. The Great Pop vs. Soda […]

It’s so cold in Georgia, some schools closed ATLANTA (AP) Even though roads were clear of snow, sleet and ice Friday, schools around Georgia closed because of brutal cold. School officials and parents didn’t want children who were not used to such temperatures waiting for buses or walking to school in temperatures below 10 degrees. […]