Extravagant optimism

Extravagant optimism Humpty Dumpty W. W. Denslow

Extravagant optimism
Humpty Dumpty
W. W. Denslow

Section 63 knows it all you see…

While the class worked diligently on their research into religious thinking, Vernon put the finishing touches to his annotation of the Jabberwocky. He intended to drop it in to Jean Luc on the way home, but had yet to decide how to programme the answers in so that the nonsense would be appropriately filtered. Was this Fraud?

If he hadn’t been so churned up with the turmoil of his roiling thoughts Vernon would have enjoyed his task. The absurd arrogance of the know-it-all egg-head was laughable…“Let’s hear it,” said Humpty Dumpty to Alice in response to her enquiry, “I can explain all the poems that ever were invented—and a good many that haven’t been invented just yet.” Vernon looked around the room. A good many teenage boys approached their exams with the same extravagant optimism.

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