Category Archives: Humor

Practice Resurrection (Or: Having a Life Outside the Library)

“Can you teach us to memorize something?” It was not a question I expected. My inquisitors were two fourteen-year-old boys who earlier that morning had been jumping off large rocks with sharp sticks in their hands and antagonizing a bees’ … Continue reading

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Journal of Universal Rejection

Check out this amazing journal at its main website…

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Why Writing a Dissertation is Harder Than Having a Baby

The following was discovered by a dissertating student of ours named Tony Bonta: WHY WRITING A DISSERTATION IS HARDER THAN HAVING A BABY 1. Three months before your due date, your doctor doesn’t say, “I want you to go back … Continue reading

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