When I say in e-mail that you'll have to have a doctor's note saying you couldn't come to school for the quiz, a piece of paper from the doctor verifying that you were in the THREE DAYS before the quiz date doesn't cut it. You see, what I need is something like, "Mr. Dumb-ass couldn't come to class last week because he was suffering from a chronic case of head-up-ass and driving in that condition is dangerous." Not -- "Mr. Dumb-ass was seen here three days before the quiz" --
So, when I won't accept your paperwork, don't be surprised. The stink-eye wasn't necessary.
Also, since you missed class material when your head was up your ass last week, this week it would have been a good idea to come to the catch-up day, instead of leaving.
Good luck on the exam next week, you are going to need it. The stink-eye should be directed at yourself, not me.
Your logic instructor...
(I owe the term 'stink-eye' to a blogger -- although I'm not sure which one -- so, if you use the term and I stole it from you -- thanks... I owe you one)