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Speech limits hurt purpose of college

January 14, 2006

By Ray Watters at Myrtle Beach Online

GREENVILLE, N.C.—One of my funnier stories about college was how I got yelled at by three women the first week of my freshman year.

It works better when you see me acting it out, so I'll just cut to the punch line. My great offense was holding a door open for each of them. In the South. Horrors.

It was a textbook example of what everyone had warned me about going to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Of course, all their warnings weren't true. The seven people sharing my first dormitory suite were members of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship... Download file "Speech limits hurt purpose of college"

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