Making The Frat: The Old School John Alberty

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Published: June 1st 2013

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Making The Frat: The Old School  by  John Alberty

Making The Frat: The Old School by John Alberty
June 1st 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 274 pages | ISBN: | 6.27 Mb

Making The Frat: The Old School is the work of a lifetime. It is where you tell and then do not tell. It is making sure that you allow others in, but never into the inner sanctum of the fraternity. You share without giving away. The viewer seeMoreMaking The Frat: The Old School is the work of a lifetime. It is where you tell and then do not tell. It is making sure that you allow others in, but never into the inner sanctum of the fraternity. You share without giving away. The viewer see enough, but not too much.

You even let them see the hell and pain, but never beyond the sacred veil. I know the reality of pledging. I pledged until I bled. I know the hell of pledging. It is not a joke. Subject to the worse of humiliations, you become an active agent in your own demise. I know the verity and severity of pledging. It is oft times dismal, disheartening and dispiriting. It is not a joke. At times it even seems like a matter of life and death.

It is not my intention to glorify the brutal acts herein associated with pledging. What you may see as glory, I may see as gory. What I say and what you perceive, what I write and what you read may be vastly different. So be careful of your own precarious interpretations. I am just like the umpire. I call it like I see it.

You may see it differently, but when you do, do not forget that most of this is what I lived. I love my fraternity and all for which it stands. However, what we did, the fraternity did not sanction. In fact, it was clearly against its policies.

Yet, no one seemed to really care- at least no one that we knew. They had made it the hard way, and they swore before God and man that no one was sneaking into their fraternity. They swore, and they were willing to prove that they meant exactly what they said. The degree to which they would go was nothing short of death.

And when the beast of chance was accidently awaken, even to death. They had the paddles, the tradition and the resolve to demonstrate to everyone that, “No dirty rat was going to sneak in the Frat. It wasn’t going to be any stuff like that!” We sang it as pledgees, and we knew that they meant every word of it.



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