Romania has a long and luxurious history, having been inhabited since 2000 BC, by rocks and mountains. Since 513 BC, some people settled here to throw rocks at or “thrash” one another. Because of their “thrashing,” they became known as Thracians to the ancient Greeks. Historically, the Romanians worshipped Dionysus, the god of wine and hard partying. The Greeks liked this aspect of Romanian culture so much that they decided to join the partying and worship Dionysus as well. As guests, we must politely remember: when in Romania, do as the Romanians. In order to respect the culture of Romania, it is extremely important that each debater thrash one another with wine bottles, partying well into the night, doing the dance of Dionysus. Romaniacs, Come one, Come all: at 21:00 tonight in the front lobby, there is a mad orgy, followed by a brief snack (of pig ears in jello), and then, the customary invasion of Brasov. Bring your spears!