Friday, August 24, 2012

203rd meeting

It is ugly, is is beauty, it constrains us, it sets us free, it is sought by all people, it is overlooked by all people—in short, the truth is a topic that is so much as interesting as our past meeting themes, that our Table Topics master insisted that questions we fielded about it, whether we were new or old to the speaking game, provided a superlative degree of practice only. The truth also requires me to give credit to Charles Dickens for the structure of the last sentence and, I suppose, to our prepared speaker for a tightly-structured speech about how to safely commute to UT on a bicycle.

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