Another one in the "I should really get my degree" catagory

I saw an old editor from The Phoenix outside the office at work today.  Mike Ault was the first Editor-in-Chief while I was at the paper, and the most colourful.  So of course I quickly sent an email about it to Delme, and then we talked about it on MSM.  Below is a bit of our conversation, Delme is "The Man Who Laughs" and I'm "Jeffery":

The Man Who Laughs says:

OMG

The Man Who Laughs says:

Seriously? Mike Ault?

Jeffery says:

Yeah man.

Jeffery says:

I was like, "Hey it's a chubby guy with weird glasses on a bike."

Jeffery says:

Then it dawned on me who exactly it was.

The Man Who Laughs says:

go ask him if he's still taking naked pictures of underage girls.

Jeffery says:

I was going to but then I thought better of it. I don't need that guy in my life.

The Man Who Laughs says:

few do

Jeffery says:

Dude, do you remember our first Phoenix meeting? Well my first anyway. When we went to his apartment and there was like a billion pictures of naked girls all over the place?

Jeffery says:

And I was like, "Well these newspaper people are freaks."

The Man Who Laughs says:

I remember it vividly. It was like something out of a lame thriller.

Jeffery says:

And it was literally like the three of us, because Dave was working or something.

Jeffery says:

Ha ha.

Jeffery says:

I know I figured there was probably a female torso in the freeze.

Jeffery says:

*freezer.

Then conversation turned to other editors who were at the paper during our time.  One of the editors, who I believe was the features editor, was Maya Segas.  Maya went on to become the student council president for a year and was involved in Amnesty International on campus, so she was pretty driven.  Of course we Googled her.

Jeffery says:

Found her.

Jeffery says: Here

Jeffery says:

Maya is a Campaigner for Oxfam GB. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Maya has a B.A. in International Relations from the University of British Columbia and an M.A. in Human Rights from the University of Padua, Italy. She also worked in Brussels and Copenhagen for international organisations before joining Oxfam. She also did half of her Master's Degree in Bilbao, Spain.

Jeffery says:

The rest I found seems to be about Sega.

The Man Who Laughs says:

[face_jaw-dropped] Wow.

Jeffery says:

And people named Maya playing it.

Jeffery says:

I know. Typical Maya.

The Man Who Laughs says:

I feel so completely useless right now.

Jeffery says:

You feel pathetic? I'm in an entry level sales job.

Jeffery says:

Monkeys could do what I do if they could be trained not to throw their poop at the customers.

Clearly finishing my degree and getting some kind of job doing important work like being Prime Minister or driving a starship is in order.