Mr. Announcement: "Ghetto Science Public Affairs Network TV presents First Lady Sadie-Mae McBride's graduation commencement speech at Hair Did University School of Cosmetology and Vocational Education. We join the first ;ady's speech already in progress."
First Lady Sadie-Mae McBride: "My husband, Congressman Smokey 'Robinson' McBride, sent me on a mission to motivate the future of the Ghetto Science Community. My objective, during my brief speech, is to encourage Hair Did University graduates to keep on learning. I mean learn to understand, and take time to share that understanding with members in the community.
"With the way things are going, it is imperative for you to share your accredited and certified knowledge with fellow community members caught in the tangled web of deception and nonsense at their mind's expense. Just because you obtained a degree or certificate does not mean you know everything. Your current academic achievement should inspire you to seek even greater understanding and be a catalyst for improved community development.
"Also, seek guidance from well-informed, skilled and intelligent people. Enjoy deep conversations with your community leaders, achievers and really smart people. Then, use your newly acquired knowledge, ingenuity and common sense to help your community survive the possible future of greed, selfishness, paranoia and hatred. You know what I am talking about?
"In closing, I encourage graduates to become successful leaders, teachers, organizers and administrators, etc., to make our community greater than ever.
"In the words of the late Marvin Gaye, 'Let's Get It On!'"