I just deleted a blog I just wrote. Suck. Here we go again.
Moved offices today. Moving was the extent of my workday. Not important.
Started business classes tonight (5:15-8:30).
Class 1: "International Marketing" (closer to Marketing taught in Ecuador). The teach was born in Michigan, grew up in and studied in Indiana, and has lived in a Chi-town suburb. He's more stereotypically Taylor than most Taylor students. He's nice and the class will be easy. Unfortunately (or maybe amusingly is a better word) he doesn't know how to control a classroom and 'Dor kids haven't really gotten past the high school thing. So it's a blow off that's fun (how I miss playing Yahoo! Pool with Jordan in accounting). Here's some quotes:
Teacher says something from the syllabus (something like, turn in work on time).
Student replies: "This is not a good idea."
Teacher asks student to stop joking around.
Student: "No, seriously."
More from the syllabus.
Student: "No, please Mike."
Teacher: "Who wants to get an A?"
Student: "I'll be happy with a B."
Student: "We should have a break."
Student 2: "Yes, we should have a break."
My favorite (I was wearing my green track jacket):
"She likes someone and I'm not going to name any names but he's wearing green."
Please realize that these lines spoken in a 'Dor accent makes them 4x as funny.
Class 2: "International Finance" (Realized half-way through that it is actually International Business... it's cool though b/c I could take either.) Great teach. From Ecuador. Studied at Boston College. Knows how to teach. One of those "hard but learn a lot" classes.
OK, studying to do for a cross cultural test tomorrow morning. Should have started before now (10:40pm... a lot later here than at TU).