I don’t dig his digs

Posted on 09.19.06 1:15AM in UF, complaints

I know. I know. I haven’t been markedly ambitious in the writing department during the last month. But look: I’m a busy man. Of course, by “busy” I mean “lazy.” And by “man” I mean “college student.” But hey, tom-ay-to, tom-ah-to.

However, jammed between days of simply fantastic college football and absolutely putrid professional football are days where the unthinkable happens: I go to class.

Now, I’m a Political Science major this week. As such, I get to go to such wonderfully interesting classes as State and Local Government (taught by a professor that I think I could beat up) and American Federal Government. Now, the guy who teaches the latter is really, really smart. And I respect that. But what I don’t appreciate is his attire.

Every day, this professor shows up in shorts, sandals, and a t-shirt which customarily boasts clever little sayings about his (extremely rightist) views on politics. Maybe it’s just me, but it seems that if I were given the opportunity to make a copious amount of money each year for enlightening more future politicians (because, as everyone knows, we need more politicians), I would take the time to, you know, put on a tie. Or at least a collared shirt.

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  1. Posted by James on 09.19.06 at 16:28:30

    Continue looking over the world economy from the sky.

  2. Posted by Angus Hill on 09.19.06 at 23:04:35

    Meh, I liked your older work better.

  3. Posted by Kyle on 09.21.06 at 09:46:22

    Reach back like a pimp and slap the ho….only my 2 cents and you know I dont have much sense to spare

  4. Posted by Nathan on 10.01.06 at 19:04:49

    markedly boiiiiii

  5. Posted by *sociallyconsciousbird » Blog Archive » I wasted all that gas for nothing? on 03.25.08 at 00:40:23

    [...] care if this class is an upper level class. No, I don’t care that this class is taught by the same man who taught me a year ago and didn’t think it necessary to dress up for class. And no, I [...]

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