Paper Waffles and Marshall University: Is there a connection?
Paper waffles, eh? This is a portion of the top of a box of instant waffles that our family ate a few weeks ago. I saved the top because of the obvious irony. Many times statements are made that can almost have a double meaning. I was perusing some of my past articles, and I found that in many cases, the satire that I wove into the arguments could very well be a turn-off for anyone who did not already agree with me. This is not what I would have intended to do. So, I humbly beg pardon for any place I may have offended my readers who do not share my views. And the waffles really did taste like 100% recycled paperboard. Tomorrow, I will be traveling to Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. I have been looking closely at this college for quite some time due to the substantial scholarships that they offer. Lord willing, I will post about my trip upon my return. And no, there is no real connection. I just said that to get people's attention (I know, I am pretty mean. Oh, well. After all, I didn't say that there was a connection. . . .). In Him, David S. MacMillan III