Monday, 18 June 2007

New Hang Out for Post-Modernists

Following our recent post on a new nursing home for elderly academics we can confirm that Saltburn now boasts a new spot for post-modernists to romp, play and undergo training during the day while their owners are at work.

The Academic Athletic Club opened in September 2006 and has seen a steady boom in business.

George Forster, the owner said he saw a need for such a facility in downtown Saltburn. Forster has reportedly worked with leftie academics for more than nine years.

The Academic Athletic Club has more than 10,000 square feet for lecturers and teachers of all kinds to play, as well as be groomed and trained.

"Most of the discipline problems that people have with their academics is simply a matter of not enough exercise," said Forster. "Problems such as waffling, bitching and chewing the carpet all result from lack of stimulation."

Forster said that since he has a high academic- to-trainer ratio, he generally charges more than similar facilities in the area. But, he said, he believes his day care offers a more personal relationship among academics, trainers and clients.

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