Azure Jane Lunatic (azurelunatic) wrote,
Azure Jane Lunatic

Is my gut smoking crack?

At any rate, we had another schedule collision this morning, but happily that one was identified before we went to bed. Well, in my case, after I'd gone to bed, but they came home and woke me up.

marxdarx had to be at school at eight. votania had to work at about the same time. I had class at seven, followed by two hours of lab. The Little Fayoumis had nothing to do, and no one to do it with.

Since Marx skipping school, me skipping school, or Votania skipping work were out, the Little Fayoumis came with me to class. He was fine sitting in class, but got quickly bored in the computer lab. He was trying to help me out with my programming syntax (ASP.Net, beginning) but as he doesn't know shit about programming (being as that he's barely up to simple HTML that I dictate to him) he was less than helpful.

There were run-time errors, of course, given that it was copy-from-screen-up-front type code, and that was not fully tested. I helped the guy next to me, who had gotten some weird stuff in his page somehow (like, I swear, mutant -- too many head tags, too many body tags, body tag up in his head tag and/or head tag in his body tag...) and we finally got it so his could run as broken as the rest of the class's. A handful of people got it to run, and more than a handful got it to cough back a run-time error.

The Little Fayoumis was less successful in running his wiggles out than he might have been because he was playing, not running. Oy.

After that, I went upstairs and found out what was the paperwork I had to do. Yay, paperwork. (Not.) I'd better get an A on this class, though a C would satisfy the Dean. Evidently I hadn't dropped all those classes last tri as I'd tried to, or at least thought I'd tried to. Oy.

But I'm home now, and we've all had lunch, and the Little Fayoumis is getting some game time in. I'll let him go for a few more minutes and then pull him out, because I forgot to set the timer.

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