Monday, April 17, 2006

At this moment:

  • My beloved Chicago Bulls are trying to wrest control from the Orlando Magic for a chance for a fifth-place seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
  • I'm counting down: two weeks and three days, to the hour, before I see my girlfriend again. It's been a loooooooooooong, long five months without her nearby.
  • My teaching doesn't begin til 9 a.m. starting this morning.
  • The White Sox are in a three way tie for first in the AL Central Division. The Cubs are in second-place in the NL Central. Baseball season lasts for another year and a half, though. So, no telling at this moment, but the Cubs are starting fairly strong. Wait til next year.
  • A placard in a protest against violence occuring in Chicago Public Schools (this one in relatively peaceful south side Kennedy High after a beating of an honor roll student in a school assembly) proclaimed that, "Education is dieing." And how!


  1. Another brick in the wall, babie.

  2. We don't need no education.
    We don't need no thought control.
    No dark sarcasm in the classroom.
    Teacher leave the kids alone.
    Hey, teacher leave the kids alone!
    All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
    All in all you're just another brick in the wall

  3. no sarcasm in the classroom?

    curse you pink floyd!

    i'm a brick in the wall.


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