Must. . . control. . .

Aww, fist of deathto hell with it! I’m angry and I’m not going to take it any longer.

The bookstore is trying to tell students that they never received my book order for either of the January term classes. Lousy, lying blowhards! I have the confirmations here in my hands complete with the order numbers. Gah! GAH! GAH! I am waiting for the textbook buyer to return my phone call and explain how they can say this, especially since I spoke with her a week ago about this very issue.

5 Responses to “Must. . . control. . .”

  1. Barbara Says:

    Go get the gravy eating cockaroaches in the bookstore, sis! They don’t know who they are dealing with!

  2. Another Damned Medievalist Says:

    So, I think you should make a copy and post it on your door, and also make a pdf file and send it to every student who claims that the bookstore says you didn’t send it in.

  3. PhilosopherP Says:

    One year, at a fancy-pants college, I did the on-line order AND a paper order just to be sure. It seems that one canceled out the other and they say I didn’t do them at all.

    Been there, done that, don’t want the t-shirt.

    Good luck with them.

  4. Undine Says:

    ADM has a great idea. The same thing has happened to me, and I’ve concluded that textbook departments are not part of the reality-based community.

  5. sm Says:

    Our place has a policy requiring students to buy through our inadequate bookstore, but some profs have been known to tell students to buy books online.