``I don't quite know how to work this thing.''
MITSFS meeting called to order, 1800 SST. Kevin Riggle, Onseck and Pseudo-Skinner, presiding (oh where oh where has our Andrew gone, oh where oh where can he be?). John Carr, Pseudo-Onseck, recording.
Minutes from the election meeting read.
Move to approve reading of minutes as belated. Passes 3-0-2+Spehn.
I don't know if it's even supposed to be Real Soon Now.
John discusses the mating habits of the North American tree squirrel. ``At first she runs away from the male but if she successfully escapes she stops and cries until somebody mates with her.''
Shava notes that human women act the same way.
``Are we there yet?'' -- Shava
It is possible that Hamlet is science fiction, since it accurately describes the behavior of ghosts.
``When is the deadline for summer hours requests.'' -- KR
``I should put my request in.''
Star Wars opens this week. A member and non-member who left shortly before the meeting had just come from watching it.
An alien testified to a Senate committee this week.
War of the Worlds will premiere this summer. Again. And a Honeymooners movie without any moon references.
Move to approve this picture (http://www.cgstock.com/2544) of a squirrel eating a banana. Passes 6-2-0+Spehn.
Meeting adjourned, ``far too late given the number of people here'' 1830 SST.