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08 February 2012 @ 07:47 pm
My Flist Rocks  
Thank you to everyone who responded to my post regarding the latest drama in my program. Your support and kind words are VERY much appreciated.

Related somewhat tangentially to all the said drama, I love this:

 
 
 
X-parrotxparrot on February 9th, 2012 12:50 am (UTC)
XDXDXDXDXD to the chart! When in doubt, it's Loki. When not in doubt, you KNOW it's Loki...

(and good look sorting your drama - I wish I had some advice to impart, but all I can give you is sympathy for going up against the BS of academic bureaucracy >.<)
formerly lifeinsomniac: Tricksterjoonscribble on February 10th, 2012 01:49 am (UTC)
It's ALWAYS Loki!
The Writer They Call Tay: Merlin: Thumbs up!awanderingbard on February 9th, 2012 02:07 am (UTC)
I'd say poor Loki, but it's so true. And awesome. :-D

I wish you well in your battles. I support you from across the interwebs!
formerly lifeinsomniac: Tricksterjoonscribble on February 10th, 2012 01:49 am (UTC)
I don't feel sorry for Loki because he probably on some level basks in the glory of always being blamed.
Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: TemptingFateguardian_chaos on February 9th, 2012 06:29 am (UTC)
Out of curiosity...how does a person go about making Loki do anything?

"Loki, fix this coffee pot of mine that you blew up!"
"Nah, I think I'd rather watch you slowly go insane from caffeine deprivation. That sounds like an outrageously fun thing to watch."
"GRAAAAAHHHH!!!!"

And so forth and so on. >:)

I hope you've been able to come to a successful conclusion regarding the school drama. Goodness knows, that sort of thing can seem endless at times.
formerly lifeinsomniac: Tricksterjoonscribble on February 10th, 2012 01:50 am (UTC)
Out of curiosity...how does a person go about making Loki do anything?

I know! This is the ultimate question. This crisis flowchart is useless unless someone can advise on how to get Loki to actually fix the problem.
Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: TemptingFateguardian_chaos on February 10th, 2012 06:14 am (UTC)
I think the answer is that everything is Loki's fault and that everyone else has no choice but to give up on stopping the madness, because Loki's madness cannot be stopped unless Loki wishes it so!

Or perhaps he could be persuaded to fix things in exchange for an acid-resistant umbrella, for use during those nasty, Sigyn-less trips to the underworld in which serpents keep trying to drip their spit into his eyes. If the price is right, as they say...

(I rather like that icon, btw.)