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  •  How many... (4.00)
    How many University of Penn students does it take to have a good time?

    All of them. And it still really isn't that much fun.

    Sorry. I'm sure UPENN puts out some very nice people but the kids I see on a daily basis are ridiculous.

    They would look at home wearing a shirt covered in shots, beers, and drugs on the back, and on the front if it said What I Learned At UPENN...

    •  And I really don't get (4.00)
      all of the upturned collars.  I worry that we're going to have kids with Don Johnson-rolled up sleeves pretty soon walking around campus.  Shudder.

      In this world of sin and sorrow there is always something to be thankful for. As for me, I rejoice that I am not a Republican. -HL Mencken

      by sq1 on Thu Sep 29, 2005 at 07:08:06 AM PDT

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      •  FUCKING YES! (4.00)

        When Kerry came to Philly, he spoke on a field (?) on Drexel campus. As we were leaving, there was one kid who I specifically took a camera phone picture of so I could post it with a subject line of something like "NOT COOL."

        I don't get it at all. It's not cool, it doesn't even look remotely cool. It just makes them look absolutely fucking stupid.

        My RSS'd on and was going to do a post right when the students came back. I've been meaning to take some photos of these kids in dress, partying on the streets, and pictures of the piles of trash they leave out all over the street all week instead of waiting for the night before trash night.

        It drives me nuts and I want to highlight how disgusting they can be.


        •  It didn't even look cool in the 80s, (4.00)
          when people thought it looked cool.  You have to be an arrogant "master of the Universe" type to really pull it off.

          Only Elvis can really pull it off.  

          That's right, I said "can," not "could."  Elvis is still in the building, mofos!

          Nothing requires a greater effort of thought than arguments to justify the rule of nonthought. -- Milan Kundera

          by Dale on Thu Sep 29, 2005 at 08:26:30 AM PDT

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    •  Hey, wait a minute... (4.00)
      I flunked out of that school in 1967...


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