"You're getting to be a habit with me" was a popular song in the 1930's, which was part of the Broadway musical 42nd street. To hear the 2001 revival of the 1932 musical, click here. But since RR is infested with rabbits, let's also listen to the satirical version, "You're getting to be a rabbit with me," by folk singer and humorist Allen Sherman.
Eli Rabett, a not quite failed professorial techno-bunny who finally handed in the keys and retired from his wanna be research university. The students continue to be naive but great people and the administrators continue to vary day-to-day between homicidal and delusional without Eli's help. Eli notices from recent political developments that this behavior is not limited to administrators. His colleagues retain their curious inability to see the holes that they dig for themselves. Prof. Rabett is thankful that they, or at least some of them occasionally heeded his pointing out the implications of the various enthusiasms that rattle around the department and school. Ms. Rabett is thankful that Prof. Rabett occasionally heeds her pointing out that he is nuts.