In Which the Prof Is Glad He Teaches English

I admit that I’m a terrible person, but when I saw this headline, there’s a part of me that said, “Those who can, do. Those who can’t…”

On the other hand, Gradeapalooza no longer seems so bad.

Seriously, I wish Professor Wagner a full and speedy recovery.

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About profmondo

Dad, husband, mostly free individual, medievalist, writer, and drummer. "Gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche."
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6 Responses to In Which the Prof Is Glad He Teaches English

  1. Still, Perfesser, your trade has its own dangers. I’d hate to learn that you were languishing with a split infinitive, or that your participle was dangling.

  2. Jerome says:

    It always took you far too long to put on shoes, but, in the grand scheme of things, you’re not awful. I have to admit that the educational system and I will never be anything but at odds with each other. (Even as I say this I’m contemplating the ultimate grudge match!) I had a couple teachers, though, who new how to keep me focused and helped me succeed. I like to think that’s what you’re doing now.

  3. Alaska Jack says:

    Yes, it *is* rather inconvenient when practice trods upon one’s theory…

    Then again, I suppose you’ve yet to encounter your “Number One Fan” at a reading, so your day may still be coming 🙂

    • profmondo says:

      I’m pretty sure I’d have to have fans to have a Number One…

      • Alaska Jack says:

        Careful what you wish for…Word has it the Last Frontier has a surprise in store for you in August. Not to mention you’re known if not in name then at least by reference as the one who added the word “enormodoob” to the vocabulary of several folks in these parts 🙂

        And do please let the Spawn know she’s done nothing to enhance my desire to visit the dentist…

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