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MITSFS Meeting Minutes
Friday, November 24th, 2006
MITSFS meeting called to order, 1730 SST, Kevin Riggle, President and Skinner, presiding; Christian Ternus, Pseudo-Onseck, recording.
Motion to condemn the Pseudo-Onseck for taking more than one breath to read the minutes passes 3-3-2+Spehn.
We have not received any new books this week.
This is not the book the Skinner thinks it is.
It was Thanksgiving yesterday. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Michael is still full, but that's because he ate Thanksgiving three times.
Discussion about Random's Thanksgiving dinner ensues. The dorm has a dozen or two dozen turkeys. Ooh, free turkey.
Motion to develop an antidote to L-tryptophan disappears into the sleepy void.
ALGOL. The usual debate is less vociferous than usual.
We're just pretending the Barbie and Ken Star Trek set doesn't exist.
Ignorance is bliss. MIT is whacking the ignorance out of you. KR would love it if his classes stopped beating him up.
JM: ``You have sent out invitations for the fall picnic, right? You know, the one where we all go out in the snow.''
On Tuesday, 21W.759 workshopped KR's story. He has been giving ``not so glowing'' reviews to his fellow classmates' stories. Haldeman lives in Florida for most of the time.
In the future, we will go out for dinner.
Any objects that the Egyptians made with the help of aliens do not count as human-made. The government was going to cut the funding for ``The Guy'' who listens to the Voyager signals.
Motion to send out to Voyager a banana on which is inscribed an essay about how much the Skinner hates Fragile Things as well as a transcription of today's comic in the Tech about bananotechnology passes by Skinnerial Decree.
BING! Meeting adjourned, 1830 SST.