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I’m one of the newest writers to walk out of the marble-pillared, gold plated Parthenon that is the TUSB headquarters.
As the new guy, there are few luxuries afforded to me, the best of which is not having to publicly pledge my allegiance to Josh more than twice per meeting, and the least of which is an opinion. But that’s still provisionary. Because this is it: my foray into the Stanford blogosphere. I only get one chance to make a good first impression. If I screw it up with something as useless as an opinion, then I should just kiss the good life goodbye.
The word “opinion” comes from the Na’vi “opium,” which loosely translates to “something that should never ever be on your tongue.” Closely related to an opinion is knowledge, defined by Merriam-Webster and Urban Dictionary to be
- The fact or condition of knowing something with familiarity gained through experience or association.
- Getting head.
I fear for humanity. But I digress.