In the normal course of teaching, Dear Reader, one comes across many types of students: the diamonds in the rough, the already quite talented but happy to learn more, the already somewhat talented who think they are too good to trifle with silly things like homework, the ASSberger's sufferers, the students who just plain shouldn't be there, and the various combinations of the above.
What I have here, I believe, is the just about to graduate, needs one more credit, and mistakenly thinks my class is an easy A very talented student. Kid didn't turn in anything for the first week, and at the very, very last minute, gives me a doctor's note giving him twice as long to complete any assignments given.
Convenient. To say the least.
After some back and forth with my superiors, it's determined that this is, in fact, a legitimate document. Upon further investigation with my Super Visual Effects Artist SUPER HISTOGRAM-O-RAY VISION however, I found the document to! be!
Dun Dun Dun!!!
Gotta get up a little earlier in the morning to fool Super VFX Artista, buddy. YEAH! Busted!
Well, no, because my superiors turn out to be superior non believers in my secret identity.
on to fight another day,