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>Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone!
_*- Harry Chung (08/30/2018)*_

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Revision: 3832 by @sgardner in <!error getting other user for D3CP17MBP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

>Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone!
_*- Harry Chung (08/30/2018)*_

Revision: 3599 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone! - Anonymous Humble Cadet **etched in the stone motherboard was a 2018 but you could barely make it out...**

Revision: 3598 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone! - Anonymous Humble Cadet *etched in the stone motherboard was a 2018 but you could barely make it out...*

Revision: 3597 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone! - Anonymous Humble Cadet

Revision: 3596 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone! - Humble Cadet

Revision: 3595 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet." This man turned out to be Manny. He caught me red handed, violating one of 42's rules: no smoking indoors. Ever since that day, while , I've had a lot of time to reflect on my actions and I'd like to apologize not only to the forgiving, gracious people of bocal but also to the 42 community as a whole. I apologize for demonstrating a lack of appreciation for what a beautiful opportunity we have here: to learn and live unencumbered by the financial trappings of life and to congregate with our code brothers and sisters as we embark on this journey to become software engineers one day. Furthermore, I'm sorry for forgetting that we are a community here and that the selfish desires of one does not outweigh the wellbeing of the whole. And especially to those individuals that are sensitive to smoke, I ask you to forgive me for potentially putting your health at risk. One little smoke in the study room might not seem like such a bad thing, but as we all know, once rules are bent, they are very easy to break. Case in point, the cantina: someday one foolish pisciner thought, "Hey, you know what? I don't feel like cleaning up after myself, I'll just have someone else do it". Next thing you know, all the tables are littered with crumbs and used napkins. Well from now on, I will clean my trash when I eat. I will stop smoking indoors. I will work hard and I will respect the institution that cares enough to put a roof over my head and a Mac in my hands. Thank you 42 for everything so far and know that I am sincerely sorry. And for those of you bad boys who have heard my story and are thinking, "I can't wait to smoke in the study room when Manny's not looking," allow me to remind you of the legal repercussions. According to Labor Code Section 6404.5, smoking is prohibited in indoor common areas such as hallways and study rooms. Furthermore, Civil Code Section 1947.5 states that multi-unit housing (such as our dorms) can be enforced as a no smoking zone. Let me tell you from personal experience that smoking indoors is not worth it. Just take an edible and take pride in knowing that you are making nostromo a happier and healthier place for everyone!

Revision: 3594 by @sechang in <!error getting other user for DA1QE6QGP> 8 months agoSlack Archive

Hello 42, I come before you today a changed man. I was apprehended a couple weeks ago for smoking in the third floor study room. It was early in the morning, I was lazy and inconsiderate, and I made the poor choice to light up a bowl and take some puffs of the study room window. While I was doing my business, I made eye contact with a nice man outside, and thought, "Who is locking eyes with me at this time of day? Must be some nosy cadet."