Wednesday, April 28, 2010

CHIPOTLE Mount Chipotle, 18 weeks, was trucked away April 27, 2010. Mt. Chipotle was born in Charlottesville, VA and was assembled in Barracks Road Shopping Center through February, 2010. Mt. Chipotle extended from Chipotle Mexican Grill toward Bed Bath Beyond, Harris Teeter, and Burger King. Mt. Chipotle was the sole study of the Mount Chipotle National Research Observatory. Mt. Chipotle is preceded in melt by its loving mounts Mount Banana and Mount Kroger. It will be remembered as a towering force, not to be trespassed upon, a skiing range, member of the Masonic Lodge, an unsummitable mountain, and a looming peak. It is survived by its puddle, mud rings, and many wrappers, receipts, and combs. The Graduate Student Association of the Department of Environmental Sciences will receive friends and families on Thursday, April 29, 2010 from 4-7pm at the memorial service in the Odum Room. In lieu of flowers, please follow through with your contributions and wagers to GSA ($10 wager, 12-pack of beer, or bottle of wine per date). Arrangements entrusted to GSA/EVSC, 291 McCormick Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22904. Condolences and congratulations may be shared with the melting pool winner Department Chair and Professor Pat Wiberg.

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