"What do you think of that book, Flight Behavior?" asked Alex.
"I didn't read it all," said Brian. "Why would she ask us to read a book about butterflies? Jesus!"
"It really wasn't about butterflies and you'd know that if you'd read it," said Alex.
"Yes, it was. Did you read it, dork face?" said Brian.
"It's about climate change and how it's affecting life on this planet," said Alex. "The butterflies are just an example, an artistic device, to tell the story."
"Chic lit, if you ask me. I swear you're gay," said Brian.
"How are you going to pass the exam when you don't even get the point of the book?" asked Alex.
"You're going to take a zero to go hunting?" asked Alex.
"Hell yeah. I can't believe that witch would schedule an exam on the first day of the season. She knows a lot of us guys hunt," said Brian.
"Well, she grew up in Boston, I think. Went to Bryn Mawr, or Vassar or one of the those Ivy League schools for women. She doesn't know about our lives here that well yet. She's only been here teaching for a couple of years. I think this is her second year," said Alex.
"Well she needs to get with the program, ya know, and quit with the butterfly shit already. My parents are paying good money for me to go here and if they knew what I was being forced to learn they'd probably be upset like Rush that these professors are all liberals and the women are feminazies," said Brian.