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Important skill of managing one’s self on a high-traffic section of a college campus: watch where you’re going

September 9, 2003, 1:06 PM

Okay… I’m a klutz. I stop, say hello to one person, and smash into another person. Really great coordination. Thankfully, I’m skilled in the fine art of “excuse me”, “oh, I’m sorry”, and “pardon me”. Still, even better would be to simply not run into them in the first place…

Web site: The area in front of the library is the busy campus spot in question...

Song: No Matter What I Do by Nelly, even though no one fits that description in my life. I like the song because its tune reminds me of the 1980s Hollywood Squares theme.

Quote: "Pardon me!"

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