2. You own some truly embarrassing clothing along with your various jackets and ties. Mine includes a bowling shirt in my school colors that says "Rock and Bowl" on the back and is monogrammed "Joe Acapella". Two examples appear in the alumni concert photo at left, but I, cleverly, do not.
3. All the garage bands when you were growing up had singers who played instruments and weren't in the market for geeky front men. Their loss.
4. You think an arrangement of Public Enemy's "Fight The Power" in 4-part harmony is what the world needs now.
5. You believe that public spaces are just opportunities to perform without a permit.
6. Spring break for you was all about road trips in vans, dropping in on distant relatives and singing for your supper.
7. You think it would be awesome, but have not yet attempted, to perform the entire B side of Abbey Road unaccompanied. That, or something by Prince, or Kiss, or "Kiss" by Prince. It's all good.
8. You have a glaring omission from your resume under "group memberships." Surprisingly, not everyone thinks A-Capella rocks.
9. Your iPod has 50 college groups that never sell more than 500 copies of their latest CD in heavy rotation.
10. You describe your college years as "like being in a fraternity or playing on the varsity, but not."