As expected, reason was unable to trump routine tradition and authority. In other words, they didn’t buy my bullshit and insisted on a law referral anyway.
I’d be very angry to just drop the issue — angry to guai guai listen to them and accede to their requests, but also angry to just drop out like this (even though i don’t care by now). angry is a bit of a strong word actually. i have been using it quite often in a diluted manner.
my solution? i’ll probably attempt to persuade a tutor to send two sentences for me. i mean it literally.
“He is an intelligent and brilliant student. what he has learnt in public law will put him in good stead for a course in politics and history.”
after all, they merely requested for a referral and who was to write it. they didn’t specify its length nor what was to be in it.
above all, it proves my point that references are generic and add nothing to the picture. (all of this just cos i dgas by now) Then to see how they react to this. heh. Not to mention, i would feel bad if i wasted my teachers’ time and effort.
the extents i’ll go to just to prove a point (cos it keeps me entertained). I am __, I do whatever the hell I want.
now how to persuade my teacher to do so -_-
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