Tuesday, May 01, 2007

post #500

Bumper sticker seen yesterday: If it weren't for physics and law enforcement I'd be unstoppable.

Am buried under unceasing mounds of papers, quizzes, exams, extra credit assignments, etc. I used to log how many papers I graded each day as part of my blog... in the last 24 hours it's well into the hundreds. (Some are longer than others, obviously!) I'll still be teaching this summer, but it will be a reduced load, with a new class added, and I'm looking forward to the change.


Steven said...

Well, you certainly do sound busy. :)

Thanks for the note about my decision. I should've mentioned that I'll still continue to read all of your BTTSOM pieces and I'm still very happy to help you with them (behind the scenes). It's just that I don't wish to take part in the forum myself now.


Matt Brown said...

What's the new class?

Rob said...

Good luque this weeque!

Bartleby said...

"If it weren't for physics and law enforcement I'd be unstoppable."

I think there were a few of my students who found the "physics" part to be quite sufficient, without regard to any contributions from law enforcement.

harriet said...

I seem to have misplaced your email, so I will post here on an unrelated topic, namely, what happens when choral diction goes awry. I thought H. might like this too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-ZnPE3G_YY