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MITSFS Meeting Minutes

Friday, DAY MONTH 2012

MITSFS meeting called to order, 63.4 Ksec SST, Lemur Rowlands, Vice, presiding; Laura McKnight, Onseck, recording.

Minutes read.

Motion that the minutes are accurate by something or something



Committee Reports

Star chamber: It seems the change is occuring on the merging status

Libcomm is printing new dexes

Mommycomm: A prentice did hours last week, and there will be

pseudoskinner is temporally confused

A time warp occurred that changed it to Old Business

Then time warpped back

Realauthorscomm: Susan Cooper apparently lives not too far away, we should invtie her some time

Motion that we have always been at war with commitee reports passes infinity-infinity-0 plus Spehn


Old Business

Time warp to Old business

Time warp back to commitee reports

In the past there was a book signing at Harvard

In the past there were more people in the library

Time warp to the distant pass

Usual motion actually happened the usual way

Time warp from Future business

In the past, the gavel and block was carried to the meeting each week

Time warp back to Future business


New Business

Time warp back to the present

Hostess is liquidating

Time warp to future business

In the present, Lemur is hosed


Future Business

Splash is happening this weekend, we will be invaded by lots of small humans

Time warp to the past

In the future the student center will be closed for Thanksgiving, so there will be no meeting

Time warp to old business

Time warp back to Future business

In the future, there may be a mob to Aresia

In the future there will be Mystery Hunt

In the future it will be Thanksgiving

In the farther future there will be Christmas and New Years

In the future days will get longer and we'll stop getting closer to the sun

Motion to take advantage of rising temperatures to grow bananas PASSES 7-0-1 plus Spehn

Unfortunately, before the meeting could be adjorned, the time anomalies that had been plauging the library all meeting resolved themselves in to a giant time monster that declared it's intention to destroy the earth by making it impossible to ever complete anything in a linear way again. The MIT affiliates laughed at the monster, pointing out that rarely was anything completed in one sitting anymore, and look, hadn't they gotten through the meeting just fine without time happening sequentially. The time monster hung it's head in shame, and appeared to leave. In that same moment, however, it carried through with its threat, and destroyed the world anyway.

BING! Meeting adjourned, 66.4 Ksec SST.

Respectfully submitted,
Laura McKnight, Onseck