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Had a stellar weekend at SMCM with my St. Mary’s family. I can’t wait to visit again. It’s gonna have to be soon.
A good friend of mine, Paul Daley, just started up a vlog on YouTube. You should subscribe because he’s a nice guy with a ton of anxiety and a really big nose. Sorry, Paul. I said it. Big nose.
Anyways, he’s awesome and he’s learning and growing up and really modest and means well. So please excuse the awkwardness and give him a look and some pointers because he really wants to be a YouTuber.
Note to whoever broke into the theatre and fucked with it last night:
That wasn’t funny. If I find out who you are, you’re gonna have to answer to hell.
Come on, man. The TFMS department is a home to a lot of the students who live in your corridors. To those students who took it upon themselves to make a ruckus within the safe haven of the theater department: Why? What’s the us of messing with a place that is so special for your peers? You wouldn’t want them to fuck with your special place, would you? Fuck.
I really hope that Gilligan finds the creeps responsible for this treachery and he gives those losers a piece of his mind. This is uncalled for and absolutely rude, unacceptable, and volatile. Especially for a school that preaches about the importance of community.
Apparently the housekeeping staff, according to doll-mouth and other students at SMCM, has to report to work despite Governor O’Malley’s insistence on staying at home and braving the storm.
Seriously!? This is all kinds of fucked up. Is it honestly appropriate to ask hard working individuals - who already receive close to dick for their services - to risk their safety in order to tidy things up? You couldn’t maybe ask the students to actually live up to the hype for once of being an “honors college”? Maybe try and persuade them not to do anything vapid enough to require housekeeping during a freak storm?
Get your shit together, St. Mary’s administrative staff. Have the housekeeping staff stay home and be with their families until Sandy blows over. Better yet, continue to pay them for the days they have missed due to the storm because it’s not like they took a sick day. On top of that, tell the students to take out their own fucking trash and to flush their own fucking toilets at least until the storm dies down enough for it to be safe to get to and from the school.
I know this is just so much to ask. As an alumni, however, I want to remind you who exactly helps pay the bills. Don’t expect us to give back if you expect too much from those who already work harder than everyone else.
File under “Teaching/Education Done Right.”