Friday, June 02, 2006
We're all commencing the rest of our lives today. So, for those of us who are far, far from our graduations, who haven't reached them yet, or who have suffered through lousy commencement addresses, here's an opportunity to read a good one from Victor Navasky. Want proof if its excellence before clicking? It should suffice to know that Navasky quotes Groucho (as that eminent academician, Professor Quncy Adams Wagstaff of Huxley College). Or you can skip the speech and go out and watch Horse Feathers. It's all the same to me.
Posted by Michael Markman at 7:40 AM