In a previous post, I mentioned that the Springsteen audience the other night looked like the pick-up line at Georgetown Day School. Some readers were confused by this formulation; I meant the car-pool pick-up line at GDS. As in, everyone in the audience looked like parents at GDS. This got me thinking, however, about what a Georgetown Day School pick-up line would actually sound like. Probably something along the lines of, "Hey, you want to come upstairs and see my etchings of the continued persecution of Native Americans?" Or, "Hey, after I finish acquiring 501(c)3 status for my NGO that will rid the Congo of viral hemorrhagic fevers, do you want to come upstairs and see my etchings of Congolese people living with viral hemorrhagic fevers?"

Any other suggestions from GDS parents out there?

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