Now we Has got Crying Closits!!

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Us Interllecturals we like “to” be On the Cuting Edje of “The” culchure so hear at Collidge us who Are on the Stodent Soviet we has Voated to put “Up” a duzzin Crying Closits all aronde the Campas and aslo Ritch Wite Hetrosexules thay got to Pay “for” it whith moar Tution!! And aslo The collidge it is now offring Socile Jutstus Ceratiffer Kits On Line and it only cost $1500,0 dollers yiu can “Sine Up” for it at! !Butt back to the Crying Closits!!

Orgynally thees hear Closits thay are For stodents that is All Stresssed Out by ecxams and Tests yiu jist go in-side “and” cry!!! for ten minnits! butt we reelise thare is lotts “of” Ohther Things to “get” Stresssed Out by and so yiu Are aloud to cry abote thoze tooo! i whent into a Closit this moaning and cryed abote Hillery she is Not Pressadint yet!!! i was so into It that “I” fourgot to cloze The Dore! and evvryboddy thay herd me!! and thay al strated Crying tooo! aslo i whanted To Cry “abote” thare still Are peple who thay are not Gay but somboddy thay tolled me My Time it was Up!!!

Oh It was a grate Day whith stodents Crying al Over the Campas!!! it maid me Prowed to Be a Interllectural!”


6 comments on “Now we Has got Crying Closits!!

  1. Joe, as your horizons expand to include crying closets, your spelling for some unknown reason gets worse. I didn’t think that was possible, but alas, I was wrong 🙂

    1. A) Why doesn’t he poop on the grounds of his own high school?
      B) Why does this behavior seem to be catching on, lately?

      Holmdel is a lovely town. I used to cover their high school football team. Back when you didn’t need to wear galoshes if you had to walk across the football field

  2. Serious response here. When I was a young man, it didn’t take much to topple my equanimity and restoring said equanimity took a while, may two “whiles”. 🙂 Now, with the benefit of life experience, I find that I can ride out much more stressful events without becoming overwhelmed and I find my way back to the emotional centerline much more quickly than I used to.

    Am I tougher? Perhaps, but it is more likely that I’ve just gained perspective over the years. Also, I’ve learned not to be too quickly swayed by something I hear; when all is said and done, more is said than is ever done.

    I can’t imagine crying closets, even back in my youth during the “sensitive seventies”. Such a notion would have been ridiculed from every direction at once. The seventies were a time of feelings and discussion of such matters was common, but even then, the expectation of dignity still existed.

    Twice in the last couple of years, I have been in business meetings where someone poured out their heart about something totally unrelated to their job and ended up in tears. In any other situation I’ve seen in life, such a person would have, at the very least, reduced the opinion of others regarding them, but it seems to be accepted as normal these days.

    One of my favorite subjects is the space program, and I have also branched into reading the history of other huge projects. One common denominator, be it the Moon Landing, the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, or any other huge public works success, is the grit and determination required to succeed. The US got to the Moon, because it would not accept the notion of failure to do so.

    In my humble opinion, that feat of nearly 50 years ago could no longer be duplicated. In fact, other than overpriced vehicles and smart phones, very little is being accomplished in many spheres. Face it, we peaked years ago. Maybe crying closets will become the rule of the day.

    1. Culture rot goes on all day and night, every day and night.
      Those must have been some swell business meetings. I’m trying to imagine this happening at a Bayshore Independent staff meeting, but I can’t.

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