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History professor : Before our lecture today I'd like to start off with a quote by Paul Eldridge. "History is the transformation of tumultuous conquerors into silent footnotes." Student : (raises hand) History professor : Yes? Student : What the fuck does that mean? History professor : It means until I'm dead you will not cuss in my classroom, dammit! --NYU Alsome | Thumbs up | Thumbs down | Link · Email · Quote this! · Del.
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