Shen. He talks a big game, but he's always backed it up with hard work. And the desire to be loved, springing from an awkward adolescence, that pushed him so fully into the field of entertainment, is a disease that ran rampant within our brick walls.P.S.: My spam word is "gogiver."
I think Steve summed it up pretty well but i would also like to add that he makes most of his noise, and picks most of his fights, when the left (or south in this instance) rises up.Shen.
he's a fancy, pill-popping southy.
I'm going to say Shen just because I can........
I have a hard time picturing the Maharushie on campus. I say Shen as well, but at the earliest opportunity he moved to one of the town houses.
As a solid East Hall girl who has lived in Shen my opinion, with out a doubt, would be Shen. But he would of been one of those obnoxious Shen boys who didn't quite fit the "Shen man" type. I would of found him obnoxious and would of stayed clear of all conversation with him in the cafeteria (even if I did agree with him).
I'm not entirely convinced that he would have lived in Shen.And I'm not sure where he would have sat in the cafeteria. But I'm pretty sure you would have heard him wherever you were sitting.
Ah, Josh is right about the townhouse move. Joel has a good point -- he would have had more than his share of 'Look at me' moments in the dining hall. I would have loved to hear him co-host the Bread and Circus, Christine; wouldn't you? He and Job would have been a force.But 'pill-popping southy'? You stay classy, Richard.
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