Good excuse.

By and somehow you have a master's degree - 07/11/2017 01:30

Today, my faculty mentor for my senior capstone project wasn't at my presentation for the entire department faculty. I assumed his wife or kids were sick, but that piece of shit told me himself that he was at home watching the new season of Stranger Things. FML
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Same thing different taste

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voncrane 23

At least, it appears that the show has influenced him. "Friends tell no lies".

Eh it happens. I did an internship that capped with a district wide presentation to multiple directors. My supervisor no showed on me. I got incredibly positive feedback and several people commented on her absence. If the expectation is that the mentor will be there, it reflects worse on the mentor than on you.

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exileonmainst 16

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint and curious volume of possible comments. I came up with nothing.

voncrane 23

At least, it appears that the show has influenced him. "Friends tell no lies".

Not sure they'll be friends after that lol.

PeterQuill 12

The saying actually is “friends don’t lie”

julfunky 29

Piece of shit? Let’s calm down.

poisonivyandbigfoot 10

So why does this have a pepper?

I sat through five senior capstone projects tonight at they were all episodes of Stranger Things! Fortunately, they all weirded me out to the good! Good job!

Lobby_Bee 17

Everyone needs a break from crap once in a while.

Eh it happens. I did an internship that capped with a district wide presentation to multiple directors. My supervisor no showed on me. I got incredibly positive feedback and several people commented on her absence. If the expectation is that the mentor will be there, it reflects worse on the mentor than on you.

BaDumTsss_fml 23
cravingdeath 18

that ******* sucks man capstone projects take so damn long