Rock, Paper, Scissors

Many years ago, when my eldest nephew was attending university as an engineering student, he called his father:

Dad, be sure to watch the 6 o’clock news. There’s will be a segment filmed here at the university. An opportunity presented itself and I seized the moment.”

I forget what the controversy was, but I think it had to do with increasing tuition fees. The segment featured a prominent politician. He was filmed in front of the engineering building. Over his shoulder the television audience could see the main entrance of the building.

At one point the doors opened, and my nephew and one of his classmates could be seen exiting. After stepping away from the entrance they stopped walking, turned to each other and started to play Rock, Paper, Scissors.

I hope the viewing audience was impressed with the fact that these young students were plying their engineering skills between classes.

Well done, Michael.

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