For my Sr High English final, our teacher had us answer a truly personal question about our morals. Perplexed, but dutiful, I answered it. At the end of the period, he passed out manila envelopes on which he had written “Do not open until xx/xx/xxxx” (a date 20 years in the future), had us put our essay into our envelope, write our name on it, and take it home. I still have that essay and envelope.
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