*history professor talking about the history of the national park service*
- professor: how many of you have ever been to a national park?
- me and like 3 other people: *raises hand*
- my first thought: the rest of the class definitely has at some point they just didn't realize wherever they went was part of the nps...or they weren't paying attention and didn't hear what the professor asked....
- my second, more important thought: WE LITERALLY WENT ON A FIELD TRIP TO A NATIONAL PARK LAST MONTH. I SAW YOU ALL THERE. WE WROTE A PAPER ON IT. IT WAS EXPLICITLY MENTIONED AT VARIOUS PARTS OF THE TOUR WE TOOK BY THE PARK RANGER THAT WAS GIVING THE TOUR THAT THE LOCATION WE WERE VISITING WAS, IN FACT, PART OF THE NPS. THERE WERE NPS SIGNS EVERYWHERE. WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE. WHY ARE YOU IN THIS CLASS. LEAVE. GTF AWAY FROM ME. I THOUGHT THIS CLASS WAS GOING TO BE MOSTLY HISTORY MAJORS BUT IT'S MOSTLY SPORTSBALL DUDEBROS WHO TOOK THE CLASS FOR A HUMANITIES REQUIREMENT BECAUSE THEY THOUGHT IT WOULD BE "EASY". I CRY.