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Joshie Juice

"Exhaustion" is definitely the word of the week!

But: your "blah blah blah" was delightful! Let wish everyone's blather was as smart, enchanting, well-conceived, and as curious as yours! Blah blah blah cannot eclipse curiosity and the fun of inquiry, the real reason behind why we do this exhausting work!

(thank you!!!!)

caraf

Curiosity and fun, amen to that! At this (exhausting) time of the semester it's easy to forget that we get paid to think up stuff. Which is really, really cool.

Great to see you all!

Lu

I love the "Criticism" class. Being Joe's wife, my mind immediately goes into Monty Python mode and I wondered if there was a class on "Abuse".

Glad you're back and had such a great time.

caraf

Ha! I used to play that "Argument Clinic" sketch for my public speaking students. Their favorite moment was always when Michael Palin blurts out the definition of an argument: "An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition!" Yeah, that line gets 'em every time...

jim Finnegan

No it isn't...

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