Last night, my fraternity
had their annual elections. In the past, we've attempted to hold all of our elections on one night, which means that even if we start at 5pm or so, it still takes all night. Well, we started at 6. When we were kicked out of the building at 10pm, we had only elected 3 officers (out of seven), and one of those ran uncontested
. The rest will be done next week.
So anyway, the moral of the story is that Jews talk too much and can never decide on anything. Another moral is that if something is long and painful, get it all done in one night. The fact that I have to deal with this again next week is really upsetting.
What can I say? Two Jews, four opinions.