This is from a senior level Great Books course called Catholicism in Dialogue with the Modern World, and I set up the students to have a three-way debate on the state of the world as they see it, role-playing as Karl Marx, John Paul II, and Gustavo Gutierrez (OK, no liberation theology rants, please? I don't have time to moderate them right now.). After 45 minutes of discussing the nature of work, oppression, human dignity, change and revolution, and for what do we live, the student in charge of role-playing Karl Marx closed his remarks by turning to "Gutierrez" and intoning--
"And finally, in the immortal words of Kansas: Carry On, My Wayward Son. Thank you."
It's good to leave the professor laughing hysterically when she has 60 papers to grade.
Happy May Day and Feast of St. Joseph the Worker.