Ode to Failure

 

 

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ll juniors carry a sack of flour around for two weeks like it’s a newborn baby. Their grades are based on the health of the baby as determined by the final condition of the sack. Anyone choosing to spread around the contents of his sack as a repudiation of the timescale we’ve established is put in charge of a new baby to be carried three weeks total. Spilled flour results in a third sack, carried a month total. If not then, it’s over with. We’re done with him. But that’s not really true, is it? We’re never done with each other, so take notes everyone on the protection of a fragile being.