Q & A (Part III)
I knew you would fold to my recent Bond University student question:
"Robert, I'm having difficulties answering some of the questions in the assignment. Can I send my private tutor to ask you a couple of questions?"
I just knew it.
This is because you do not have the Bond psychological experience (patent pending, I'm assured). What you can learn there is how to whiz through the 5 stages of Grief in Loss Of Self-Appreciation within a few nanoseconds:
- Denial-Shock (115 picoseconds)
- Bargaining (0 picosecs)
- Anger (512 picosecs)
- Despair (245 picosecs)
- Acceptance (128 picosecs)
Once you have mastered that, you can then add your own personal flavour of coping. My style at the day was more along episcopal piety:
Is she (your tutor) pretty? Is she young? I hope she is not too young?
( Words stolen from the movie V for Vendetta where the paedophile bishop (Lilliman) talks to his aide. )
Amazingly, I never received further requests like these. Some things just work out of the box.
Enough. Another one. I hope I have not broken your guts:
"Robert, for the assignment, question 16: What exactly should I write there?