Twuesday Tweetacular: I’m so glad Georgetown is molding me as a person

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Sheila seems to be the only person wondering how little space we have compared to how much money Jack DeGioia is swimming in right now. Sooner or later, freshmen will have to sleep on John Carroll’s lap, out of necessity and not out of drunkenness.

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Seriously Madeleine, what are you whining about? Just put in a work order on that new shiny website. There has to be a checkbox that says “I’m suffering from spores in my lungs.”

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Remember D.J.Angelini’s words of wisdom: when looking for someone to soothe your loneliness in one those dark Lau cubicles, Siri just won’t do.

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Looks like some aspiring freshman candidates seriously pissed off Addie with their incessant offers of nachos, brownies, cookies, cake, Facebook events, listening to what she wants for Georgetown, fixing up SaxaNet, improving Leo’s, achieving world peace, and more brownies.

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Vox Assistant Editor Ryan keeps a weekly agenda of when he has rendezvouses with pizza, not because he is the quintessential agenda-driven American, but because he may otherwise become chemically unstable. Rumor has it that he might turn green.

 

3 Comments on “Twuesday Tweetacular: I’m so glad Georgetown is molding me as a person

  1. I confess I don’t get the “tremendous irony” in the first tweet. Is Sheila Walsh not aware that GPPI is already in Old North and therefore staying in the same exact place? Or that there are plans in the works to move Public Policy downtown, most likely to the Air Rights development over the I-395 tunnel/trench near GULC?

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