July 3, 2008 § 42 Comments
As a kid I used to get a kick out of Mad Libs, those little stories with blanks to fill in with a noun, verb, or adjective. With my short attention span (once you’ve gotten an MBA you are incapable of spending more than 30 seconds on an ‘executive summary’ or ‘elevator pitch’ without prodigious effort) I thought I’d limit today’s game to a single sentence, with a single word substitution, inspired by a commenter. Our sentence is:
A perfectly valid position for somebody to hold is that, while ________ is a form of deliberate premeditated murder, it need not be criminalized.
Have fun, kids.