which is caused by liberal policies, I am pleased to learn from eavesdropping on some folks at the local convenience store), my Monday-Wednesday class will have only met once by the end of this, the second week of class.
If it were any other class, I would be anxious about this, worried about the content I'll have to cut out to keep us on schedule. But this is a watered-down Humanities survey aimed at two-year-degree students who will never, ever pick up a history book or great work of literature again in their lives. So how bad a teacher am I if I frankly don't think it'll make a whit of difference if we don't cover this important event or that great work of art?
Of course, I'm also not really all that concerned about my lack of concern... but meta-anxiety about my professional commitment will have to wait for another post.