If you’ve stepped onto the City College campus for more than two hours, chances are you will interact with at least 20 different people.
In that time and with that many interactions, chances are another member of the City College society will do something to piss you off.
Manners: Where have they gone and when did parents stop teaching their children the importance of being polite and considerate?
A woman sits in a class; her left leg, poor posture and muffin top seep into the aisles while students struggle to pass.
Students are silent and the flickering of phones has ceased. The psych professor jabbers on about Oedipus complexes and Freud.
Students sink further into their seats, depressed and ashamed as if the professor were talking directly at them.
The clatter of jingling key chains and ruffling paper breaks the trance.
The woman fumbles through her designer knock-off purse. She pulls out a blue toothbrush; the bristles covered with tattered tissue paper.
In her hands she examines the brush, smoothing the end of the handle then holding it up to the light. She shakes her head, unimpressed and upset.
Suddenly she unsheathes the inkwell of a cheap pen, using the…» Read More