Roma's Pizza and Italian Restaurant
7033 Greenville Ave
Every Saturday 6:00 PM
Sustaining the Academic Tradition of "One Fool at a Time"
Solicitation for Speakers
The Next Open Date is
or any subsequent Saturday in the coming year
To Disquiet the Minds of the People
Celebrating Meeting # 3,333 on July 11th.
Established Feb. 28, 2009
Weekly Free Speech Forum
College of Complexes
The Playground for People Who Think
Statement on Free Speech
Our constitution and laws encourage the freest possible exchange of opinions, ideas, and information. In part, that recognizes our worth and dignity as human beings. To forbid us to speak our minds demeans us and makes us more like slaves or robots than citizens of a free country. But as important as freedom of expression is for us as individuals, it is perhaps more important to society at large.
1. Presentation by Guest Speaker
2. Questions and Answers
3. Remarks and Rebuttals
(5 minutes each / infamous)
All meeting are open to the public. No reservations are required. The college maintains no memberhsip, and is operated on a volunteer basis.
If you would like to speak, or simply would like more information about the College of Complexes, contact the Program Coordinators
and $5 Food or
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Moving to New Location
7033 Greenville Ave., Dallas
Roma's Restaurant is moving to 7033 Greenville Ave, 2 blocks North of Park Lane,
one block North of Twin Oaks, on the West side of Greenville Ave, across the
street from O'Reilley's Auto Parts.
June 10th Meeting # 367
Contact the Program Coordinator if you would like to speak:
Tom Berry email@example.com (214) 321-6222 or (214) 738-3386 (cell)
June 3rd Meeting # 366
The Neo-Liberal Free Market Miasma
John Beesley, English born author, retired after a long career with Xerox, (educated at London's Imperial College and the University of Dallas, BSc, DIC, MBA, PhD), will discuss how the early 1980s saw the rebirth of classical, socio-economic dogma in both the UK and USA, and how the results of these policies were extremely beneficial for the controlling 1%, and disastrous for the 99%. He argues that at long last, the easily duped peasant classes have revolted, but have accepted the offer proffered by the representatives of the 1%. John will examine this offer in detail with regard to its moral, social, economic and financial content, which he contends is totally specious and counter-productive for the future of both countries.