Professor Lawrence Jost of the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Philosophy was walking along W. 9th St. near Elm St. when he saw a young lady walking an invisible dog. Or so it appeared. In fact, it was a novelty purchased at a novelty store — a stiff leash with a stiff collar attached, giving the suggestion of an invisible dog. But Professor Jost did not know this because it was the first time that he had ever ventured off campus. Convinced that he had lost his mind and was of no further use in academia, he ran home, distraught, swallowed a bottle of pills, and died.
Soon thereafter, the university held a memorial for him and praised him for his contributions to philosophy.
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