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April 8, 2008

Things I love about my International Business professor.

> He wears the most ridiculous ties…probably because no one tells him they are ridiculous.  He doesn’t seem ironic enough to do it for humor. 
> I have on more than one occasion become seriously conerned that he suffering from a minor stroke during lecture.  He runs words together to form slurred and nearly incoherent statements of confusion.  For example…”The product of life cycle theory” might sound something like “theproctudlikfikerie”.  I’m thinking about testing out for credit towards a second language.
> Sometimes at the end of a sentence he will assume he knows what the word is without actually reading it.  Last week…the last word on the slide said “contemporary”….and he stammered out “CATEPILLAR…next slide!”.  I thought I’d never stop laughing about that one.  No one else seemed to notice.
> While explaining the chain of supply for a local manufacturing company he mispronounced the city Norfolk Virginia five times.  Northfolk, Noorfork, Norforth and finally Norkfolth.  He never once said it correctly.

I will never be a teacher.  I could never subject myself to speculation like this. 
Plus I don’t have any ironic ties.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. mcgilla permalink
    April 8, 2008 4:55 am

    those speaking mishaps are nothing… our president said in chapel right before spring break to make sure we all have sex before we go home for break…. i’m not sure what he meant… but i know that wasn’t it

  2. April 8, 2008 12:37 pm

    Idontknownothingaboutnospeakingmishaps.ispeakforalivingandalwaysmanagetogetitright.knowwhatimean?

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