15 Dec 2000 AArthur   » (Journeyer)


Yeh. Another Friday. The weekend is here. So, I had a snow day yesterday, and was able to sleep in, catch up on work, and well relax.

So the rumor is Mrs. Orris is going to retire in January -- or at least the local papers are looking for a Chemistry / Physics teacher. She has been out alot lately. So putting two and two together, it makes me wonder.

At any rate we will certainly miss Mrs. Orris if you leaves. She has been a great Physics and Chemistry teacher, and alot of fun too.

Today was a bit of a confusing day. On Thursday we were suppost to have a switched first and nineth period, but do to the snowday we didn't -- and assumed that it would remained switched -- it wasn't. Also do to scheduling problems, they had to make today a "A" day instead of a "B" day, meaning that I had different classes that we expected. Actually, I signed up for the library earlier today, for a period I didn't have (they announced the day change later in the morning).


iMacLinux continues to be improved. For example, you'll see Stew has fixed up Nope in little ways, I've made some little changes to the G_H section, and of course kept the news and other stuff up to date.

There is a nope bug that causes plain_pages calling for the imaclinux_g_h.php3 and ibooklinux_g_h.php3 to get the right template.


We had another meeting on Thursday. Some of the Tenderfoot Scouts had there Scoutmaster Conferences, the X Patrol discussed plans for the spring.

I need to meet with Edge tommorow (if possible) to finish up Family Life, my last merit badge. Also tonight, I have to call Mr. Rapp, so I can get him to sign his final approval on my Eagle Project.

In The End

Have a great weekend. There is suppost to be more snow here, that is a good thing (at least right now -- it means a white christmas). Of course, I won't be saying this in 3 months.

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