Salient: At Victoria University College, Wellington, N. Z. Vol. 24, No. 10. 1961.
Deranged Sir,—It is with no small sense of my own genius that I enter a twisted saying or what have you for the Salient competition. To add my voice to these that have been raised already against the debaucheries practised by the Association. I am, of course, referring to certain functions held in the new Building. I believe in muckraking, sir, and with due consideration have produced this saying.
"People who dwell in stone houses shouldn't throw glasses."
*Read here ferroconcrete or similar such adjective.
If any interest is forthcoming I shall of course supply you with a complete and detailed analysis of the metaphysical meaning behind a statement with so much; latent depth.