I went to a little college in SE ks where the freshman and sophomore men took beginning ROTC in lieu of gym. The first class, the instructor, an Army Captain, gave us lots of stuff among, which was the school song he told us to memorize. Yeah, right. What good is that I thought. Well, the next class the next week, he gave us a sheet of paper then told us to write it down . Of course I couldn't. So I just list 20 % of my grade right there. I left thinking I was done with that silliness.
Wrong. Next week. Same thing. Told to write it again. This was for those who hadn't done it . So I lost a few more percentage PTs.
The next week. I figured I better memorize it. Didn't lose any that week.
But this one laps, took my grade down low enough that I got a "down slip" in ROTC for goodness sake.
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