Sunday, February 03, 2008

The Best Email EVER, Prof Edition

An actual email, received from an actual student, by an actual professor. I have changed details and names, to protect the "innocent."

To put it in context, the prof is teaching an American politics course. Most
of the readings are on JSTOR. Here's the email:

Good afternoon-

XXXXX from your YYYYYY class (NNN) here, I just have a quick question for you regarding the JSTOR articles. I'm hoping/trying to get a jump on them and at least have them all printed out early and have them at hand.

But, regarding the {date} and {date} pieces, "Articles of Federation," and "U.S. Constitution," no authors were listed and I'm having some trouble locating the exact articles. And, when I search within the JSTOR database for "articles..." and "constitution..." there are a number of results.

-It just helps to have the author's name to narrow down the search to fewer articles within JSTOR and find the piece more easily.

I'm sure I'm missing something on this, but, could you lend a hand on this?

Thanks. :)


(Note the emoticon. Nice)

Oh. My. Goodness.

(Nod to {I can't even say. But a hearty nod!})

4 comments:

Chris Lawrence said...

I don't know how I should feel about you reading my email!

chill e. punk said...

It's good to see that Cheney is resuming his academic career.

Melynn G said...

oh my oh my oh my

That is just, I mean, it's not funny at all? But it's hilarious.

Cialis Online said...

This is perfect, how or where did you find this letter?? I think I wouldn't like someone posting here something I wrote, I think people deserve respect.