Not Quite

25 04 2016

Columbia

Chronicle of Higher Education:

She has one idea. Under pressure from state legislators, she says, Missouri’s Board of Curators fired her to send a message that the university and the state wouldn’t tolerate black people standing up to white people. “This is all about racial politics,” she says. “I’m a white lady. I’m an easy target.”

Not quite.  The curators fired her to make her a sacrificial lamb so the state legislators could brag to their pissed off constituents about having done something and gotten justice, all to distract from the fact that these same legislators barely cut state funding to Mizzou, as these same curators hired the son of the state’s Republican U.S. Senator and his lobbying firm to schmooze these state legislators, and also to distract from the reality, at least the reality in Tim Wolfe’s mind, that the curators themselves stirred all this shit up from the get-go to run Wolfe out of town.  (Even though I think it was various professors.)


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25 04 2016
Joshua Sinistar

I hear Misery U has lost 40% of the student body. Oh too bad, boys. When you go black you go broke. Wait until dese apes start celebratin’ their “victory” by causing millions in property damage. Maybe those lesbos will finally get their rape epidemic. All they need is a more diverse body of Evolution’s failures.

25 04 2016
countenance

Applications are way down, but since they get far many more applications than there are slots, it won’t affect the total number of admitted students.

26 04 2016
Joshua Sinistar

I wouldn’t be so sure now. Under this Mr. Nobody a lot of degrees have become baristas, bartenders and retail people. Those college loans are killers and they cannot be rid of by bankruptcy. They are living on borrowed time, and these niggas will end them quick with their jungle bully attitudes and property damage propensities.




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