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RE: St. Augustine

Fury is picking a subject you were interested in learning about and staying up all night to finish that paper in the most precise way that you can, when you’re bleary-eyed and mumbling

and then being accused of plagiarising that paper that you were awarded a 92 on—only because the professor couldn’t prove you cut and pasted.

Fury is the indignation you feel at your honor being attacked even before realizing that your professor quite simply didn’t expect your black ass to be so articulate.


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