I would like to preface this message with a formal apology for my previous mathNEWS article. I'm afraid I was feeling rather ill that evening and was not quite aware of my surroundings. I am sorry to all those who were hurt or otherwise disappointed with its contents, and can only hope that the Faculty of Mathematics can forgive my inappropriate ramblings. With confidence and sincerity I shall from now on restrict my meagre passages to information that is beneficial and relevant to the undergraduate community at large.
In vehemence I maintain my defense that no dinosaurs were harmed in the creation of the article.
I will now take this opportunity to denounce the adoption of social passivity as a viable response to personal ineptitude. In warfare of the conscience, the spirit is so enslaved by destitution that it readily adopts the most simple of mediocre doctrinal fantasies that are prevalent in our selfish and perverted modern environment. This inherent disintegration of moral integrity rips through the very fabric of self-preservation; the soul is contorted and abused as it is dragged through a raging chasm of violence and despair.
While it has become tragically commonplace, our scenario is completely unnecessary and can be remedied through deep personal introspection which can finally bring us to acceptance of the bitter past. I encourage everyone, especially those who are more deeply acquainted with the monotonous regularity of the mathematical sciences than the far more diverse and exquisite intricacies of the human condition, to treat others with the respect that we often only pretend to think they deserve. Guilt alone would relentlessly equivocate our own desires lest we can confront such poison in defense of an earnest individual Freedom blessed by moral commitment.
I have become obsessed with the social interactions from touch-typing software. "my dad had a sad lad" I personally think Sis should ditch Sid and give Ed a chance, even though Sis is a tease. Sis does like a soda. mathNEWS adds a seed deal. Dad feels life dies as lilies fade. mathNEWS is jaded. 120 WPM yay! Keep up the good work mathNEWSies!!