Sunday, November 28, 2004
A little note at the bottom of the Binghamton Part 2 application:
Binghamton University is strongly committed to affirmative action. We offer access to services and recruit students and employees without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or national origin.
Disclaimer: This is not an accusation of anything more than a Binghamton lawyer having their foot in their mouth. Humor is the name of the game.
Monday, November 15, 2004
Friday was the end of the first marking period, and we were, as expected, discussing grades in gov. Here’s the theory I proposed to Adam as to how grades are determined:
- Roll a ten-sided die
- Add that to:
- 90 if you are a brown-nose
- 80 if you are average
- 70 if you are on the shit list
This idea came about near the end of that period, so I could not immediately implement it, but rest-assured, by the middle of the next period I had punched this into my calculator:
1→C While C Disp "" Disp "WHAT STANDING" Disp "ARE YOU IN WITH" Disp "KOSSAKOF?" Disp " 1 - BROWN-NOSE" Disp " 2 - AVERAGE" Disp " 3 - SHIT-LIST" Input "",S If S=1 or S=2 or S=3 Then 0→C End End If S=1 Then 90→D Else If S=2 Then 80→D Else 70→D End End Disp "YOUR GRADE IS" D+randInt(0,9)
Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Since I can't vote at all, and certainly not for several people, I am casting my fake vote: