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PostSubject: Ranting - sorry about that   Sat Nov 07, 2009 12:10 am

Am seething. The director of the Woody Allen play I'm in has suggested that we could restage the entire thing in spring. You know, the same spring that brings my finals - a minor circumstance, apparently, since the exams only decide about my future, but the play can balance our account this season.

And the best part is: he said that if I didn't want (he actually said "want"!!!) to play the part, he could find someone else to do it - which is fine with me actually, but in fact he thought I was such a diva that I'd say yes just to stop somebody else from playing my role. (I still said "no", which prompted him to demonstratively send a message to some other girl to ask her to play my part. I did not comment.)

It was also suggested that we delay the rerun until after my exams, and then this fine gentleman actually had the chuzpe to say "Well, no, I don't have much time then", to which I pointedly replied, "So you do know the time problem after all? I wouldn't have thought so."

He must have a very good guardian angel. Or I am much gentler than people (including myself) think.

If history is doomed to repeat itself, bring on the beheadings.
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