First Two Weeks Of Syllabus Dedicated To Turning Projector On

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In a carefully crafted semester long schedule, Gothic Literature of the 1360s professor Gene Tenello had marked off the first two weeks of his spring class to turning on the projector.

Tenello made it clear that contributing comments to the class discussion such as “click the on button… no the one on the screen” would bode well on the participation category of the  grading breakdown.

According to sources, the third and fourth week were to focus on waiting for YouTube ads to finish and to figuring it how to “make it full screen,” respectively.

At press time, the IT guy was “working on it”.

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