So we are looking at the hamster fur curriculum here at Our Lady of Lost Causes, and the meetings are about to kill me. Allow me to demonstrate:
Curriculum committee guy: Ok, so here's the notes from our last meeting.
Colleague 1: Oh, I don't agree with that at all. We need to be broadening into chinchilla fur bracelets. Our students don't know anything about chinchilla fur. They don't even know chinchillas are mammals. And fashion week it was wall-to-wall chinchillas. Our students won't be able to get jobs.
Curriculum committee guy: Yes, colleague 1, I know you feel that way. See, here's your opinion in the notes on pages 1, 2, 3 and 5.
Colleague 1: What about page 4? What's all this stuff about the Cebu Warty Pig?
Colleague 2: Hey? The Cebu Warty Pig has been a part of hamster fur weaving since 1959. It's the basics of the field.
Curriculum committee guy: It's just the minutes. We're showing everyone's in...
Colleague 1: Well, we could always poll our students and ask them how much pig fur they are weaving with in the field.
Colleague 2: 1959. You can't understand 2013 without 1959.
Colleague 1: When's the last time you wore pig? Even chinchillas don't wear pig.
I think I passed out at that point.