"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
For a moment, I thought ISIS had worked up a new way to hide mortars for sneak attacks. Or maybe developed a much smaller mortar. I mean, how could a traditional graduation cap be a hazard?And I then clicked the link. We live in a nation of wusses.
Liberalism, aka Progressiveism, is a worldwide pandemic.
I wish I'd known this when I worked for the university. There were plenty of people I'd like to have thrown a mortarboard (or a stapler, or a pair of scissors) at.
Then they would have banned staplers and scissors.
“If individuals or small groups want to throw their mortarboards they can...."Ok then. Plan One: One-by-one, each graduate throws their mortarboard. (Do the "wave".) Plan Two: Graduates are assigned a group that will throw their hats simultaneously. (Of course,there will have to be a committee to figure out the groups, and ensure that they are safe.)Plan Two is my favorite. Envision four or five graduates from the first row and the same in the second row as a group. It would look like a kettle of Oroville Reddenbacher. Pop! Pop!Cap and Gown companies charge for rental. They should refund for undamaged mortarboards.
Sorry for the double post. Paco, can you please remove it? If so, please do it, and then let me know how.
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