Can this be classified as a salad? This must be rock bottom. My attempt at making this a shared experience was wholly unnecessary. The shame I felt just added to my level of down bad and forced me into a deeper spiral. This was a peak depression meal for me.
As people, we are always watching, constantly viewing and consuming the world around us. However, it’s even more interesting to watch people in real life instead of virtually, but not in the Joe Goldberg sort of every-step-you-take type of stalking. It’s more about observing the human experience.
Whether referred to as the Spagelli School of Spaghetti, or the Bagelli School of Bagels, chances are you are probably familiar with Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business. Or maybe you are not (in which case you are probably better off). However, for those of you who are familiar with Gabelli, maybe even a Gabellian yourself, you still may stand to learn a few things from this exposé. I have undergone a covert investigation intended to uncover the true ins and outs of Fordham’s renowned business school. What I found will shock the laymen and perhaps even rattle the Gabellians.
Business students learn that fair trade is a thing. . .