I wondered why this chair felt like it was going to break in half when I sat in it. Now I know: because it was.
Don’t send this email. Don’t send this email. Don’t send this email.
And yes: I have received this email. More times than you want to know.
Unsolicited travel advice: GO HERE.
It’s as close to a religious experience as I have yet had.
It will be worth it.
See my earlier post re: Rate My Professor, where one faculty was criticized for ranting about relevant topics.
I have totally gotten ones like these. Professors read their “rate my professors.”
And yes: people complain that they have to pay attention. Really.
1. The weapons with which the highjackers took over the airplanes were mostly box cutters. Box cutters were legal on planes at the time.
2. In summer 2001, a Phoenix-area FBI agent wrote a report about a suspicious man seeking lessons from a local flight school. The man did not want to learn to fly small planes, only jets, and indicated that he did not need to know how to land the plane. When that report passed through the CIA, the CIA failed to mention that the man was in fact on the US terrorist watch list … and the man went on to participate in the terror of 9/11.
#it makes you think it could all have been so different. But it wasn’t.
Kang just cannot be trusted!
— Ta-Nehisi Coates, being amazing as always…