MITSFS meeting called to order, 1730 SST, Andrew Clough, President and Skinner, presiding; Kevin Riggle, Onseck, recording.
Motion that the minutes be beaten, staked to a post, and tied to a stake to die in the hot noonday sun passes 4-3-1 plus Spehn.
The Skinner is Confused.
Motion to award the Tech the Fox News Award for Reporting Quality chickens 3-4-4+Spehn.
ED: Phenomenal cosmic power is mine again!
JB: Bring it (halfway) on!
ED, our Archaologist, is on the task.
Motion to commend Jamie for his cryptography skill passes 14-.-7+Spehn.
We need to appoint a MobComm. The ASA hasn't officially declared that it's thinking about considering the possibility of dealing at some far-distant point in the future with the decision to debate the idea of thinking about... something. Maybe involving MITSFS getting more space.
The new Robert Jordan book is out. MITSFS doesn't have a copy yet, but will pretty soon because the Skinner is halfway through it. Debate about the relative merits of (books considered by some to be) long, boring, and sometimes cyclical books ensues.
MHG saw Serenity. It was good. You should too.
Malcolm: "I never saw an explosion I didn't like."
Motion to end New Business passes 10-0-0+Spehn.
MHG: "Crisis averted." AHC: "But you realize that New Business isn't over yet..." MHG: "EMERGENCY BANANA MOTION!"
JB: "The future is quiet."
Motion to take control of the MIT weather ray deep in the heart of the earth to speed global warming so that banana trees can grow in Massachusetts passes by Skinnerial decree.
Meeting adjourned, 1830 SST.