So some twerp at the Daily Princetonian has discovered that I joined a group which had hoped, among other things, to end coeducation at Princeton.
Well why would I want them there? When I was at Princeton, I was a nerd and girls didn't talk to me. So screw them.
Not only that, but coeducation caused Princeton to change the words to the Best College Song (eat your heart out Cole Porter):
Three cheers for Old Nassau my boys,
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!
Our sons shall give while they shall live,
Three cheers for Old Nassau.
Now it's "Our hearts" that are giving. Princeton can't build an endowment with our hearts, folks. They need the money from our sons. Plus even when they write about changing the lyrics, they never mention that we used to sing "my boys."
Couldn't they at least teach the controversy?