We at The Thrill try to be somewhat objective in our daily reporting of campus life, but today there is one topic on which we must make our opinion known. We are, most vehemently, anti-Josh Radnor. Josh Radnor totally blows, in our book (unless he reads The Thrill – in which case, hi Josh! Thanks for reading!).
Did you know Josh Radnor was at Kenyon this weekend? I do, because I ran into him at a party. Josh Radnor was just not that into it.
Josh Radnor did not stand and applaud for Hedda Gabler. Josh Radnor, as we know, is a professional actor who formerly attended this college. I have it on good authority that he went to see Hedda Gabler and did not even bother to get up to show support for his alma mater and the hard-working folks who put in their time and talent for his benefit (even if nobody knew he’d be there).
Josh Radnor did not shotgun a beer. Welcome back to college life, bro! I did not see Liberal Arts but I get the feeling you’re a little hung up on Kenyon. Oh, but you don’t want to drink with us? You just want to come in, sit in a corner with a few of your friends and awkwardly avoid eye contact? Okay.
Josh Radnor did not make his celeb shot in beer pong. He’s an actual celebrity! This seems unreasonable.
Josh Radnor did not come to the party at the Ganter. I know he said he wanted to keep a low profile, but where better to meet the Zibby of his dreams than on a dark, sweaty dance floor?
Josh Radnor did not allow anyone to photograph him. Josh Radnor is not Bill Murray. It was surprising to see him, but this is not a story I will remember forever. If I had a picture of him from the other night I could at least almost impress my peers with it, but alas the shock of running into him is a memory that will be forced to slowly fade from my head.
Josh Radnor did not tell us where he was going when he left. And good riddance to him! He probably wasn’t that into it, anyway.