In Your Pants response from Nicolas Duquette ’04

>Date: 28 Apr 2003 18:04:47 EDT

>From: Nicolas J. Duquette

>Reply-To: GivingTheTime

>Subject: dartlog

>To: Alexander D. Talcott

What’s so weird about that “in your pants” blitz?

Most of the spelling/grammar is inoffensive, and I would like to know the answers to some of those questions, actually.

>Date: 29 Apr 2003 09:26:53 EDT

>From: Alexander D. Talcott

>Reply-To: alex.talcott

>Subject: Re: dartlog

>To: Nicolas J. Duquette

Go for it—give ’em a call.

It’s been my experience that this kind of radio show/lecture/discussion we’ve come to expect at Dartmouth. Forget Dante, Milton, Shakespeare. Let’s chat about getting off instead.

Here’s a whole section of the Review website with articles about sex on campus:

http://www.dartreview.com/archives/cat_sex_on_campus.php

>Date: 29 Apr 2003 12:20:18 EDT

>From: Nicolas J. Duquette

>Reply-To: GivingTheTime

>Subject: Re: dartlog

>To: Alexander D. Talcott

My econ major’s response to this is skepticism that you or anybody who sneers and these gender studies things would tune in to an AM radio show on Milton. Mass media is rarely good at making the timeless topical and interesting as the format necessitates.

I don’t actually want to know what Shiela and Jen think about sex, as I think they’re both loose cannons. But if the WRC started handing out Ripley’s-style pamphlets with data on the average vaginal depth, I know I’d give it a reading.