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November 04, 2009

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Richard

Dave,Maybe this student inertpreted your bad side as you being in a zone because I have seen you a few times be very concentrated and be a little short with people (myself included). This student might have caught you at one of these times and thought he was on your bad side. I remember once you walked right past me in the halls and I think I did an in passing hello but you didn't acknowledge me, later I think you sent an email saying sorry because you relized later who it was. Had I not been a student who had known you well and knew your personality a little bit I could have thought I was on your bad side. P.S. I don't want to come off as I am saying you are a bad prof becasue you are a very good prof. I liked both the courses I took with you very much and learned a lot in them.

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