I just received this email:
i would like to have a meeting about my scheudle for next semester either next monday the 27th or tuesday the 28th. I have classes on monday's from 10 until 2 and on tuesdays at 10-11 and 12:40 - 2. if i could meet you at any time other than this i would appreciate it.
I responded with this email:
Hi [Student-For-Whom-Commonplace-Civility-Has-Gone-By-The-Wayside] --
I am on leave this year and am, therefore, unable to advise students. Please contact the Dean's office to be reassigned a new advisor.
P.S. In the future, when addressing professors, etc. I would suggest writing emails more carefully. For example, using capital letters where necessary (such as for the pronoun "I" instead of "i") and having a salutation such as "Dear Dr. So-and-so" and "Sincerely, So-and-so". These simple actions will make you seem much more civil and will encourage professors to write you back and address your need.