Last term at the University of Waterloo, the eight-student class of EARTH 437, Rock Mechanics, was subjected to unnecessary injury due to a misunderstanding. The mistake arose when a guest lecturer on the topic of tensile testing of rocks was requested. Instead of Dr. Lexington, one of the preeminent minds in this field, an unknown assailant entered EL 209 that Monday morning. The man, wearing only black trunks, proceeded to ask which course the students were taking; however, before they could answer him, he informed them that it did not matter which course they were taking, he referred to their course notes as "roody-poo," and he suggested possible relocations of the notes. He then began attacking the students sternums with his elbow. Fortunately, a passing group of students, who appeared to be familiar with the invader, rushed into the room and began pummeling him. He slowly backed out, giving the class what appeared to be an "evil" eye. The man is still at large and should be considered extremely electrifying.
Bradley T. Smith