I’ve noticed this troll “Chris” who seems to only comment upon Abolish ASUN stuff that the Nevada Sagebrush presents (see here and here for instance). This time he’s at it again with this delightful exchange with some anonymous poster:
One would think that after all this time, the poor fellow would figure out that it is indeed “the game” he should play, and not the adept (and cocky) player who excels at it. Just because we’re good at what we do — showing the inherent inefficiencies and hand binding policies intrinsic to all organizations based upon arbitrary rules — and just because that happens to irk you a bit does not in anyway mean we’ll stop.
The point of the Abolish ASUN movement is to plant the seed in the minds of those who hear about it with the idea that all governments must necessarily be wasteful. If you bothered to come to either the Festival or the Carnival or merely listened to the whispers around campus after they happened, yuo would immediately notice that the complacency many people felt about government before the events was irrevocably changed afterward. This is because one can’t look upon a pony bought with coerced funds and take the institution as seriously as they used to.
Unfortunately the world we were born into is a tad sick, and until this fever called government passes, we’re just going to keep applying the medicine…