479 – Perception Monologue

479 – Perception Monologue

Wow. Renold is… way more perceptive than anybody gave him credit for.

I’d say he was just trolling Nash and Julian, but… we already know his read is accurate. Damn, Renold.

In other news, how totally appropriate is this for this week?

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Discussion (18)¬

  1. Sejanoz says:

    Wow, indeed. Odd to see Renold calling anyone else a dick, too.

  2. Batman says:

    He has the makings of a detective.

  3. River says:

    @Batman, is Renold gonna end up being the next Robin?

  4. mightycleric says:

    Isn’t he worse than them, though, for the fact that he obviously discerned this much earlier than even the girls, and yet said nothing about it? I think it better to have not acted out of ignorance, than to know and still not act.

  5. MrGBH says:

    I thought that too, but then another thought hit me. What could he really do to help? Is he any good with upset girls? Is there anything he can provide her that the rest of the girls can’t?

  6. Taco-Pony says:

    >Smile song
    I don’t really NEED to say anything beyond that for getting Myra happy again

  7. Josh says:


    Indeed he does. I think Max Payne would be a great teacher.

  8. Andy4Hire says:

    @MrGBH and @mightycleric: You’re both sort of right, I should think. Renold may not have been able to do much directly to help Myra feel better, but he could easily have told the other guys what was going on as soon as he knew. If he’s that perceptive about Myra, he might have noticed that Julian and Nash have the compassion or people skills or whatever to go to her aid, even if he doesn’t have those himself. (Unless maybe he’s only that perceptive toward Myra because … oh, #@$! … does Renold have a crush on Myra? Geez, hasn’t she suffered enough?)

  9. FreeFlier says:

    Renold should have told the girls, instead of waiting for them to notice on their own . . . if they did.

  10. Batman says:

    I don’t think so, he’s a bit old for training and has shown no inclination towards acrobatics or martial arts.

  11. LA says:

    Maybe this IS his contribution. He’s keeping the guys occupied while the women do their thing.

  12. Andy4Hire says:

    @LA: Oo, good point.

  13. Kara says:

    (I facebooked you, but I don’t know if you ever go on facebook. I think this might actually be the best way to get in touch with you. It is mildly almost important so you should check that when you have time. Thanks!)

  14. Andy4Hire says:

    @Kara: Um, are you talking to Jenny, or to one of the rest of us here?

  15. Would missing one quiz really drop a grade from an A to a B? Wouldnt she be able to make it up? im sure that “i couldnt get up the stairs in time and then class was moved” is a valid excuse

  16. Kara says:

    Jenny lol

  17. mightycleric says:

    I guess I didn’t actually state what I thought he should have done, but I thought he should have told the girls as soon as he noticed (as FreeFlier suggested), instead of waiting for them to figure it out on their own. If he didn’t want to clue the girls in on the fact he noticed such things, then he could have told one of the guys to tell one of the girls.

  18. Anonymous says:


    With professors like these? http://www.enjuhneer.com/archives/165-unlogic-and-reason

    It’s absolutely feasible that missing a quiz would drop you a letter grade (or more) and that the professor/TA wouldn’t consider your reason, regardless of validity.