hamp-outtakes:

The meta-analysis of Div III student who is doing her Div III on students who do Div IIIs on Div IIIs inadvertently broke down space and time this morning, created a quantum wormhole in the Bridge Cafe, where the student was meeting with her committee. “The amount of complexly layered analysis necessary to construct this thesis could not be contained within the dimensions of spacetime,” said committee co-chair E. Rosen Bridge. “We’re just lucky she didn’t add her historical criticism lens, or the universe as we know it might have been lost.”

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hamp-outtakes:

The meta-analysis of Div III student who is doing her Div III on students who do Div IIIs on Div IIIs inadvertently broke down space and time this morning, created a quantum wormhole in the Bridge Cafe, where the student was meeting with her committee. “The amount of complexly layered analysis necessary to construct this thesis could not be contained within the dimensions of spacetime,” said committee co-chair E. Rosen Bridge. “We’re just lucky she didn’t add her historical criticism lens, or the universe as we know it might have been lost.”

April Fools!

The meta-analysis of Div III student who is doing her Div III on students who do Div IIIs on Div IIIs inadvertently broke down space and time this morning, created a quantum wormhole in the Bridge Cafe, where the student was meeting with her committee. “The amount of complexly layered analysis necessary to construct this thesis could not be contained within the dimensions of spacetime,” said committee co-chair E. Rosen Bridge. “We’re just lucky she didn’t add her historical criticism lens, or the universe as we know it might have been lost.” High-res

The meta-analysis of Div III student who is doing her Div III on students who do Div IIIs on Div IIIs inadvertently broke down space and time this morning, created a quantum wormhole in the Bridge Cafe, where the student was meeting with her committee. “The amount of complexly layered analysis necessary to construct this thesis could not be contained within the dimensions of spacetime,” said committee co-chair E. Rosen Bridge. “We’re just lucky she didn’t add her historical criticism lens, or the universe as we know it might have been lost.”