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Thursday, August 31, 2006

Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now

Seuss-like: "The time has come, the time is now . . . [Paul M. Secunda] will you please go now."

OK, well Dan didn't actually say exactly that and in fact, he and the rest of the Prawfs have been every bit the gracious hosts. 

It really has been a pleasant stay. While here, I've been facebooked, textbooked, addictedstressed, dressed up, faced down, and along the way have opened my door, referred to students by their first names, had some awkward moments, and engaged in some really bad '80's music digressions.

I hope you will all come visit me at my regular blogging spot, Workplace Prof Blog.

But now, by Zumble-Zay, I must be on my way.

"The time had come. SO . . . [Paul] WENT."

Posted by Workplace Prof on August 31, 2006 at 10:48 AM in Blogging | Permalink


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Lot of thoughtful stuff and LOL frequently. Oh, and by the way, I used Dorothy and the Wizard to explain a letter of credit today (Dorothy is small and meek, but no fool; she wanted a letter of credit that said if she got the broomstick (girdle in the book) of the WWotW she could take it to Emerald City Bank and present it with her certificate, because she suspected there was something fishy behind that curtain), and, as far as I could tell, none of them knew what I was talking about. Maybe if I had referenced the movie to which you play Dark Side of the Moon....

We'll miss ya, man.

Posted by: Jeff Lipshaw | Aug 31, 2006 12:33:28 PM

many thanks for your great contributions. See you at Workplace Prof!

Posted by: Dan Markel | Aug 31, 2006 11:42:05 AM

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