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Re: Ever wonder why your T is evasive? terrics

Posted by pegasus on March 21, 2004, at 17:49:48

In reply to Re: Ever wonder why your T is evasive?, posted by terrics on March 21, 2004, at 15:18:44

I can relate. My old T would sometimes just take off on some topic, and I'd usually sit there and observe him, thinking "why is this so interesting to him?" and wondering when I'd get a chance to say anything. I spent a little more time daydreaming through his lectures than I was really comfortable with, considering that I was paying him a fair amount. I never did figure out how to tell him I'd rather talk about something else. And now he's gone and my new T is right with me all the way. No lectures at all so far. But I still miss him. He was a great guy :(

sorry I digressed

- P

 

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