A CIT Op Ed
When I was 12 years old I found myself in a peculiar situation. My best friend at the time wanted his money back, but I wanted to buy iced tea. I had two options here, I could sacrifice my well being and give him back his ten dollars or I could laugh at him for being pathetic. The decision I made that day, while detrimental to our friendship, is not worth thinking about today. Today we all have problems, though most of yours are not worth my time. One of the only things that does concern me is CIT.
CIT is much more than a problem, it's an invasion of what I hold dearest to my heart; privacy, job security and the gym that I work out in. Now let me break down the situation here a little more. The gym is closed when basketball games happen. Now as devastating as that is, there is so much more going on here. The school takes an entire weekend to invite other schools with the same name to come scat around in our sports facilities. This is almost as disgusting as the tax bracket that I’m in.
By all means, you should go watch the games. It’s at times like these when people seem to appear out of thin air on campus to attend the games. I think they spawn in the basement of Phillip dorm.The crowds of people make it easy to miss what is really going on. What is going on? Well, I can’t disclose the details now as I do not want anything for lawyers to hold against me in court. The readers of this only need to know that my 2022 income statement is not worth investigating. Back to the topic at hand, I do not care for CIT, but it has its advantages. One of my friends told me that it was fun to watch, so we can take that with a grain of Morton salt because this is coming from an unreliable source. It is unreliable because I made it up ;)