Like it’s 1984
So here’s the situation: on 4/20 Wes’s campus security (P-Safe, if you want to be school specific) brought video cameras to the festivities (we told them they were on hors d’oeuvres, but you know how miscommunication goes…) The unwanted party offerings (tapas before tapes, P-safe) provoked a flurry of panic. And by panic we mean “eh”‘s, but more “eh”‘s than usual–if you know what I mean–and with slightly panicked undertones (like I turned dining’s toaster up a notch too far and burned that big kid’s bagel panic).
Is it Judicial Board fodder or just love and memories? Would it end up in a file cabinet, or squashed between Jr.’s tub time and Jr. rides a bicycle?
Director of PSafe Dave Meyer told the Argus, “With that many people [out on the hill], pictures are a way of identifying people,” Meyer said. “We [also] took pictures of people as we took pot away from them.” Wesleying replied that the threat’s been made before to the same ends as a bridge in Alaska.
As for where to even begin sifting through the green haze of Foss 4/20 footage to figure out who is high and who is higher, all I can say is “too many dicks.”