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January 16, 2008



I don't know what this says about me, but I don't think he sounds at all batty ! In fact, I think he sounds nice and interesting.


I hope your class continues, because I'd like to know how the pseudo-prof behaves when the teacher is there.


Definitly of the wierd. Interesting though. be a bit freaky if he turned out to really be the teacher. Hopefully your next class will be better.


sounds very batty - not just pseudo. let us know how this turns out.


Oh my, that's hilarious! :D I agree with the first commenter, Emma, though. I think this guy sounds mainly impatient, not so much batty.


Hmmmm...I was certainly laughing when I figured out he was a fake, but wasting time when we could've been finding our real teacher OR when we could've been outa there to do other things wasn't cool. And the fact that he continued trying to teach after the joke was over was, in my opinion, overkill.

Frankly, I noticed many people who were uber serious and NOT there to have fun. He probably should've "read the room" better before he started taking up time.

I'll be interested to see how he manages with the real teacher there too!

Carrie K

Oh my. Odd, I'll say that! I'd take it a number of ways, depending on my mood at the time.

I hope the teacher does show up though - what are your options if he doesn't?

Andrea (noricum)



He sounds like he's a born teacher! I have my psych degree and I tend with my psychological assessments when they're not warranted. I wonder if he's simply like that with his teaching?

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