Tuesday, January 16, 2007

"This Isn't 'Nam Smokey, There Are Rules."

Today it took me 2 hours to get to school. Thanks mother nature.

Plus, the seating chart in my first class hadn't been passed around yet, even though there was clearly a designated seating arraignment as I had sat in the same seat the last 2 classes periods. However, someone took my absence as a opportunity to adversely possess my seat (and of course the seating chart was then passed around). I feel this is a violation of the unspoken rule that even when there isn't a seating chart if you've had a seat two days in a row it's yours.

Posting will most likely continue to be sparse, as I have no [Hours] stories and school is boring. if you're sick of checking back get bloglines or google reader.

6 comments:

Bobby said...

I got really pissed when a girl tried to steal my seat and save the one next to it for a friend. I had sat there twice before also, and it was the day the seating chart was being given out. Luckily my "bitchy" friend made her move.

dicta said...

i actually differ here. i absolutely hate it when i've been sitting in a seat and someone steals it, but i also think it's absolutely ridiculous to consider a seat "yours" unless you're on a seating chart or something. i know this issue comes up on almost every law blog, but i think it's really stupid. if people want seats, they should just get there earliest. if they cant, then that's the luck of the draw. oh well. besides, the whole idea of pre-seating chart classes is to get the seat you do want for the time the chart is passed around.

AngryBell said...

Somehow I have faith that something will happen to give you some more stories to tell.

M said...

I agree with dicta. It sucks balls, but them's the breaks.

Elle Woods said...

Yeah, in theory I should have been there early, but with the snow it took me 2 hours to get to school. My new plan is to look at all kinds of NSFW images to annoy her.

Essien said...

Here in Toronto we have a rich and vibrant Russian community - I know a few people there who, for almost nothing, can have a "chat" with anyone about anything, and make things happen really fast, and subtle...you know. That's how we do it in Toronto.