Have you ever drew the perfect thing and just know if you continue it will look so bad but you know it’s incomplete at the same time. ; aaa ;
Even the director of Usagi Drop admitted he was uncomfortable with the manga’s ending. I will be forever grateful the anime stopped where it did.
I’m still uncomfortable. ; aaa ;
I REALIZE WHAT TO DO WITH OLD CLOTHES AFTER I DONATE THEM. FK.
I fail your expectations of me, because you’re not sure what you expect of me.
It’s a great reminder how technology fails sometimes. Apparently, an essay I submitted didn’t go through all the way, so my professor never got it. :U
On another note, my teacher sure is great at dodging my question. I got docked six points (out of 50) for not citing my sources. Keep in mind, the purpose of the assignment was to establish a topic for a research paper, and to explain several ideas you plan to discuss, as well as showing some articles you’ve found:
On another subject, I do not feel that the instructions for the research paper update were clear enough in regards to the sources. I did not see anywhere that they had to be cited in APA format, as opposed to the Peer Review Articles, where the instructions were to cite articles in APA.
As well, I feel that the grading for the research paper update should be based on the content, and how the articles will be utilized, not how they are cited, as they will properly be cited in the finalized, actual paper.
Thank you for your time,
I sounded a bit aggressive, but his response was:
As a college student, you are expected to utilize APA referencing for all articles. You’ll find this to be true other classes, as well.
Dear Professor, the problem is, you gave us bad instructions, and are taking it out on your students, claiming we “don’t know how to cite APA references.”
Also, please don’t make statements you aren’t going to support. Some teachers use MLA format, thank you very much.
Gosh. Look forward to a negative teacher evaluation.
I feel like one of my teachers are being ridiculous.
“Sorry I didn’t send the email, I assumed you all would look it up on Blackboard yourself.”
You said you’d send that email. Don’t make promises you don’t plan to keep. Also, I heard assuming is bad.
“I didn’t mention it last class, but you should have asked about it in class.”
I’m sorry, your directions were so clear that half the class forgot to do the essay.
I just wish you’d admit your mistakes. No wonder you’re so intimidating.
Because you can’t be wrong. We’re here to learn that it’s okay to make mistakes.