I get it, I get it. My Center for Security Policy Studies mass emails are longer than the "Hurry! I need you to donate $10 to my campaign by midnight tonight" pitches that already inundate your spam folders.
Well, I'm mixing things up with this short and sweet reminder:
- Please join us this
Friday as we watch and discuss Dr. Strangelove at
6:00 pm in the Van Metre
Multipurpose Room. You can RSVP here (https://forms.gle/nF8SsuYU38P8RF2dA)
here (because a WSJ article informed me that only boomers cut and paste hyperlinks in their emails, and I'm a proud Gen Xer thank you very much). Don't forget that you'll need to do the COVID screener thingy.
- Speaking of nuclear Armageddon: at 10:00 am on the very next day (no need to check your calendar - I'm referring to
Saturday the 30th) Schar Ph.D. student Matt Costlow will lead a Defense 101 discussion on
US nuclear and missile defense capabilities.
If you're interested (and current events should terrify everyone into being interested), please
RSVP by sending a quick email to
Joe Petrucelli at
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See, that wasn't so bad!
Now about that $10...
Michael Hunzeker, Ph.D.
Schar School of Policy and Government
Associate Director, Center for Security Policy Studies
Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments