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1/31/2014

On a chilly Friday morning at LIMUN XXVII, the delegates and Chair of the Special Political Committee warm up with their first topic of discussion: the disposal of atomic wastes. Since there are already ways to dispose of waste, the problem becomes a matter of what happens when the procedures are not followed properly, leading to environmental damage and hazardous conditions. But naturally, all work and no play would make for a dull committee, and Honorable Chair John Spencer Adams and Secretary Daniel Connor would not settle to oversee a dull committee. Most of the debate became about whether or not to institute a punish/reward system, to which the United States delegate proposed a “Sticker System” wherein the countries would be rewarded a sticker for following procedure and 4 stickers would result in an ice cream party, to which the United Kingdom delegate retorted that “rewards are okay as long as it’s a tea party”. Soon afterwards, Hungary gave a rallying “I have a dream speech”. There are currently two working papers in progress and no delegates in closets.

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