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Changing the World in Three Easy Steps We should shave the ducks I really think they could sport rather nice tattoo work on them While the students are involved with the scissors and tattoo guns the faculty could cut intricate patterns in the lawn Possibly afterward the resident herbalists will have lunch prepared with various odd plants we rarely eat If the students at Gulf Coast Community College protest the absence of these things loudly enough culture might become a little more relevant in the daily drone that is life I think if I saw a bald duck I might just ask Why the anchor tattoo I might just review the comeliness of todays generation of ducks I might just choose a favorite duck and talk to him I might just stop and think If a few more students just stopped and thought about the world around them they might just see absurdities in what they thought before If one person can do this per class per semester then society might just have to stop and think A few people might not like my line of reason Socrates was disliked for his ideas and chose to die for them I dont really think shaving birds is worth my life but it might be fun nonetheless A few rumors around Europe suggest that extraterrestrials seem to warm up to patterns cut in tall grasses I really cant speak for the validity of the crop patterns relating to alien encounters but then again neither can I denounce them If aliens really like patterns in the lawn then they might be attracted to the lawns of our college Of course these little green men will scare a few people that are somewhat less than adaptable They could disrupt classes for a few days Yet I think if they can accomplish interplanetary travel I think they can teach us a thing or two
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