Well it is Tuesday and I am at work, so I cannot search for music. I have had to make up my own. What do you think? Imitated Blues Well I’m leaving in the morning On that southbound train Well I’m leaving in the morning On that southbound train Listen everybody Hear what I have … More Professor Zero Imitates Some Songs
This is October 12 and I have forgotten to mention it in two classes so far. Today in Guatemalan protests against the putative heroism of Columbus and the Hispanization of America (which is colonization, Europeanization, whitening) one Native person has been killed so far that I know of. Imer Boror, aged 19, was killed by … More Día de la Dignidad y Resistencia de los Pueblos Indígenas
Tnis is one of those old-old posts. ON CERTAIN FALSITIES Perhaps it is for no reason related to me that people have always gone on at me how to be and work. So this is another piece of my counterargument against those who threw so much unnecessary time management advice at me — at me, … More Research Hours
We are rocking and rolling down here in South Louisiana. The people in New Orleans want to secede from us so as to join the United States, but they just do not know how efficient we can be. Having spent the day hanging drywall and now being in the midst of studying, I wanted to … More Bring Me Li’l Water, Silvy
It is the weekend, and we are singing what we learned about from the students! Axé.
It involves: + cosmetic surgery + serious foundation and eye makeup + salon tan + red nails + rhinestone flip flops + salon dyed and highlighted blonde hair (very, very important) + shorts or little black sundress Axé.
“I am sorry I said the wrong thing. I am sorry to have upset you. I hope you can get over it.” Meaning: “I refuse to apply normal standards of behavior when dealing with you. I will say abusive and dismissive things, I will ask inappropriate questions, and I will make inappropriate remarks. “I am … More “I Said the Wrong Thing”
Communicative Language Teaching in Action explains a great deal about what is now happening. It is not required reading for me, but it is most illuminating and so it is a true pleasure. Axé.
I have discovered that tourist visas to Brazil now cost over $200, and I have not been able to find a cat sitter yet. The house is not in good enough shape to rent because I cannot afford to get it into such shape, so I need a sitter I can trust. I had not … More Unrealistic
Sunday in the offices, but do not think we are not singing. In fact, we will be twisting the night away. Axé.