Too bad my Dad's in Italy right now.. Yep, he left a week ago, and it's somehow saddening in my part. But hey, I guess it works for me. Let's just say that I'll be starting to learn how to do things on my own one step at a time..
Alright, enough with that. I have a couple of things to share with you. :)
On a positive note, I'll be able to rest up just a bit more before tackling head on this new stage of my college life, plus the fact that I'm safe from the virus. However, we need to adjust to the given situation, and prepare for its consequence academic-wise and schedule-wise.
Oh well.. Let's just hope that this outbreak would end real soon..
I was thinking about the entire idea of these waivers and why I hated them in the first place. Weird isn't it? But I have a variety of reasons why.
Here's my thing: These waivers are freakin' sick. They are mainly created for the sole purpose of preventing these institutions from being responsible whatsoever for any incidents or problems that may occur on a certain event or field work.
Of course, these incidents could bring a lot of hassle to these companies and schools. It may bring them somehow to a state of controversy, or even postpone some plans of theirs. However, this eliminates any chance for them to answer any obligations to others concerning these unexpected incidents, thus making it unfair for those who were harmed by it.
True enough, isn't it?
So let me ask everyone in particular: What's your view regarding these waivers?
Well guess what? I'll be doing a baker's dozen of techie reviews and bits this week. I'll be making it up for my short absence lately.
So, watch out for that! :)