Monday, August 28, 2006

Now, was that so hard? At last, IVC's CECs are good to go

Well, as promised (late last week), today, the CECs were ready for classes, and they looked pretty sharp, too.

On Friday, the buildings were still surrounded by a sloppy chain-link fence, piles of dirt, and even mud holes. But, as you can see, somebody's been busy. Not bad.

Wayne (head of facilities), I have one word for you: plastics. Well, no, the word is: grass. My suggestion: try growin' some. Do it right here, around the CECs. People will like you for it. Trust me.

Don't forget to water.

Here's a gratuitous shot of the coffee cart. The campus is beautiful, isn't it?


Anonymous said...

Chunk, you're gettin' soft!

Me--i.e., Mr. Anonymous--I'm still hard as nails.

Anonymous said...

and we all lived happily ever after!

Anonymous said...

Are you going to cover the sequel: "Saddleback: The Village"? No, not the McGoohan one (we don't think). But Social & Behavioral Sciences & miscellaneous others are supposed to pack up moldy old BGS and move during Fall finals week into THEIR portables. But then, they were supposed to do that this month, too. And they were supposed to do it last year. And . . .

There's a pattern: similar and disturbing

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