Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Oh What a Night...

While I had every intention of continuing my thoughts on childhood tonight, I'm too wiped. I just got home from work and spent from 6-10pm teaching, non-stop on credit cards, how they work and how to collect on them. That's not even including the rest of the teaching I did this afternoon before dinner. While four hours of non-stop teaching may not seem like alot to those of you who do it for a living, remember: credit cards aren't nearly as exciting as world history, bible or even literature. It ranks right up there with teaching 4 hours of math or grammar. I never cease to marvel at how much credit card junk and gibberish I've amassed into my head over the last 2 years. I used the phrase, "Fee non-assesment to prevent negative amortization as per FDCPA guidelines" on more than one occaision tonight. The scary part is that I actually know what that means and how to use it in a sentence. Even scarier is the fact that several of you reading this do to. Goodnight!

3 comments:

Pitchford said...

Hey, wait a minute...

Grammar is fun to teach. You're such a wierdo. Who doesn't like grammar?

Nate Mihelis said...

ok, bad comparison - credit cards aren't :-)

ciao babe said...

grammar i! teach?
taught, i you grammar;
be a grammar-hater not!
ciao