I don't mean to be repetitive, but I'm starting yet another article with a correction to the previous one. It's just a small correction, so this won't take long, unless I keep going on and on about absolutely nothing until I forget about what I was going to say. I'm not going to do that however, so now I'll get to the point. In last week's awards, the honorable mentions in the Most Overpackaged category shouldn't have been in the Most Overpackaged category, or any category actually. That was supposed to be a separate category for stuff that didn't fit into any other category. There, that's it for corrections, I think, I didn't actually read the whole thing to check for errors, it was rather long.
Now I would like to congratulate everyone who was on Riley 4 at noon last Thursday (including myself) for taking less than 20 minutes to figure out that the strange-smelling smoke that was filling up the hallway wasn't caused by anything intentional, but was instead caused by a fire in a locked room with nobody inside. We didn't have any marshmallows, and we couldn't get inside anyway, so we just stood in the hallway inhaling the smoke until the police got there. Our next barbecue will be completely unannounced and unexpected, just like this one, so don't bother asking us when it will be. And by the way, smoke and fire and stuff are bad. Don't set your room on fire (or anyone else's room either) unless you are a trained professional.
This is where the main part of my article would usually go, but I can't think of anything to write about, so I'm just going to take up as much space as I can. I might even have something interesting in here somewhere.
Ok, I guess I probably won't have anything interesting in here, so now is probably a good time to ask you (yeah, YOU) some questions. Please answer the correct set of questions as honestly as possible, and either e-mail the answers to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send them on paper to my WPI box, which is 1870. I suppose you could send them to Newspeak if you wanted to, but it's probably easier to just send them straight to me. This survey should also be available at http://www.wpi.edu/~mttlg/survey.html, and I will try to use the results in a future article about beautiful women at WPI if enough of you respond.