The story goes as follows:
"Remember Lady Macbeth's speech about wanting to be a man? 'Unsex me now!' yada, yada, yada, 'something about bashing in babies' heads if she doesn't get her way' . . . Well, right as she was shrieking all of this at the sky, lightning cracks right above her head. She was channeling the other side, and not the part of the other side we wanted her to channel. Not exactly your Relief Society President we're talking about here."
Only at BYU will you find a professor comparing Lady Macbeth to your Relief Society President.
Does anyone else find that as amusing as I do?