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May 15, 2010

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Ahistoricality

I think the velcro is most practical, but I'm holding out for the parachute!

nbm

Certainly the parachute. Or for an ornithological rather than technological solution, a team of trained birds who will pick up each hood in their beaks or bills and gently lower it over the student's head. (I suggest the Hooded Warbler, or if it is too small to bear the weight, the Hooded Merganser; skip the poison-dealing Hooded Pitohui.)

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