Wednesday, September 01, 2004

Earlier today, Jo asked me why I don't talk about people much on this blog. I was just reminded of one reason: rumors. A lot of my life here at school revolves around the CT, and between office politics and campus life stuff, there's a lot I can't talk about for various reasons. The right to privacy of a student I know, a source who isn't supposed to be telling me something, a rumor about trouble at the office... (If you think that might have to do with you, don't worry; all those examples are from last semester and are irrelevant by now.) Between that and the fact that I don't post any really personal, revealing stuff where people who know the people I'm talking about could read it, there's very little that can go here about my friends. Some, yes, but not much. Suffice it to say that the past 18 hours has been very interesting and eventful, and it has nothing at all to do with my first classes.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

so what happened that was interesting on Wed?

A. Azuri said...

Yeah... what DID happen on Wednesday? Now I'm curious, since you brought the post to my especial attention.

Cyrus said...

In addition to some minutiae I wouldn't be willing to write about and/or you wouldn't be willing to read about, here's what happened: I got about 6 e-mails about campus events that had happened that demanded the attention of a news editor, I talked to Chad (the editor-in-chief, who I've had conflicts with before) about something I'm worried about, and I got a scary warning from a friend of mine about office politics.

Details of those minutiae might follow, once I get bored enough to write about them. Or once the statue of limitations expires. Wouldn't YOU like to know? :)

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you are waiting for an expiration date. Hmmmmm.....

A. Azuri said...

Heh... that's why I avoid politics in general, whether they're actually political or merely social. I suppose if I persist, you'll tell me via IM later... which is fine... but then you'd have to catch me in my room - a rarity.