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Old 01-18-2013, 05:42 PM   #21
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So, I was sitting at a light last night after a run to the grocery and up next to me pulls up this piece of sh*t, riced out Honda. It was full of that vermin that consists of late teen, tooly caucasian men who seem to be 50% ghetto, 50% hipster, and 100% uncut, usda prime grade a douchebag, with a touch of redneck as a garnish. These eunuchs had the latest top 20 beats noise pollution blaring out of their vehicle and were doing some kind of seated dance, that I would describe as "4 gay monkeys strapped into a car, trying desperately to sodomize each other". It vaguely resembled rappers rockin' away to a beat, except it was at least four times as stupid, epileptic, and not at all menacing. They noticed my attention and kept on with their fooliness while also beginning to grin at me and revving their throttle. As I sat staring in disgust, employing every gram of self control I possessed not to rip my handgun out of holster and begin firing, wondering if "Your honor, those boys needed killing" still existed as a legal defense here in Nashville, three things happened. The light turned green, the rice wagon tore off with every bit of power it's 105 HP engine could muster, and an 18 wheeler ran the red light and t-boned the vehicle full of vermicious k'nids. Much later, after police reports and consoling/congratulating the trucker, explaining that I would appear if needed in his legal defense, I was finally driving home, when the thought struck me, "OH MY GOD, THAT COULD'VE BEEN ME!!!" With that thought in my mind, I raced home, showered, hit the sack, woke up extra early, and swung by the DMV to pick up an application for a commercial drivers license.
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Old 01-18-2013, 05:46 PM   #22
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Dear Professor ----,

I am enrolled in your 19th century American Literature course for the upcoming Spring 2013 semester. I was looking at the reading list. I see Moby Dick (good), Clotel: Or, The President's Daughter (good), and The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (good).

But where is Mark Twain?

How can you have a 19th Century America Lit. course without Mark Twain?

That is like having a Victorian Era class without Charles Dickens. That is like having a Romantic class without Percy Bryce Shelley. That is like having an 18th Century class without Jonathan Swift.

Let's get Huckelberry Finn in that syllabus.

- Your Future Student.


Dear future student,

It's nice to meet you (though I don't know who you are since you neither sign your name nor put your name in your email address.) I'm sorry you already have complaints about the course.

For a time period as loquacious as the 19th century, certain things get left out. You cannot imagine the amount of painful decisions that I have to make when constructing the class and choosing what texts to use. I am not going to change the reading list.

But I must say - you email is quite rude. I hope it reflects clumsy enthusiasm more than anything else.

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Dear Professor ----,

I am enrolled in your 19th century American Literature course for the upcoming Spring 2013 semester. I was looking at the reading list. I see Moby Dick (good), Clotel: Or, The President's Daughter (good), and The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (good).

But where is Mark Twain?

How can you have a 19th Century America Lit. course without Mark Twain?

That is like having a Victorian Era class without Charles Dickens. That is like having a Romantic class without Percy Bryce Shelley. That is like having an 18th Century class without Jonathan Swift.

Let's get Huckelberry Finn in that syllabus.

- Your Future Student.


Dear future student,

It's nice to meet you (though I don't know who you are since you neither sign your name nor put your name in your email address.) I'm sorry you already have complaints about the course.

For a time period as loquacious as the 19th century, certain things get left out. You cannot imagine the amount of painful decisions that I have to make when constructing the class and choosing what texts to use. I am not going to change the reading list.

But I must say - you email is quite rude. I hope it reflects clumsy enthusiasm more than anything else.

Best,
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