She thought it would be a joyride, an easy, extracurricular activity she could squeeze into her schedule. But, in reality, it was a prison of chaos and
terror! Would she ever escape the horror that was the "Deadline Asylum"?
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ROW 1 (L to R); Susan George. Gary Carrel, Carolyn Kuma Deborah Wilson Peter Si rd M L John Klossner, Maurice Materise, Colin Brogan, Bob DiCesare, Joe Politd, Mark cfa'Ug~:", Ji~~~tt~.Page.BarbaraHoffman.ROW2(LtoR):
But, hardship is not perma– nent, and 10, on February 15, their burden was lifted (they still had to sell the furshlugginer things, though). Of course, no one joins an organi– zation just to work. There are lulls, so to speak, between the pressures of time that have made the yearbook experience most enjoyable. No, Terry, that's not a thing that holds water. It's beginning to look a lot like Pittsburgh. Not another picture of Rockwell!! ... Everyday. Depending on how selective your memory is, even the deadlines weren't that bad ... Well, no, I take that back ... Agggreerrkkh! Eberhardt still has the keyl (Barb, you're go– ing to die of spontaneous combus– tion)
Either that, or kill. Thank heaven for Dave Gentile (Dave, you're good people). Although, he may have been the subject of murderous intent for a tiny bit himself. It was definitely an experience, an adventure that tested the staff's endurance, patience, personalities, and individual limits. The memories have loaded up with several past mo– ments and extended passages, both positive and negative; the bright im– ages that are recalled with joy, much like sitting in a room shoulder-deep in ticklish confetti and happy bal– loons, and the darker . recollections that seem to always surface every now and then. With our luck, the darker images will be more vividly recalled, but hopefully, the various anesthestics oftime, sleep, .and drugs will deaden their bitterness. We hope we were able to save a little bit of the past for you.
Why, I have a total disregard for deadlines (if anything, Annie will have her Sports section in on time) . The Elms Yearbook office. Stayed open for 24 hours (the bathrooms didn't, though) (talk about trauma; it was like the end times . . . 666 and all). And as the year continued on ... No one likes to see a person cry, whether they be blonde and thin, or short and bespectacled, or vastly in– between. Of course, that doesn't stop them (especially, when they're blond and thin ("Relax . . . no problem. Im– mense block letters: one per page. That's our solution ... "). Oh, here's the Kleenex). Featuring (the many Connie– fied faces of) Burt; the Amazing Condo man; and the Unbeliev– able Mr. March (it must be a spe– cial effect or something; looks cock– eyed to me).
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