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Thursday, May 04, 2017

An Open Letter To All The Fragile College Students In Their Safe Spaces

John Hawkins is the author of a new book called, “101 Things All Young Adults Should Know.” If you want your kid to get ahead of the game instead of becoming a snowflake, this is the book you need to get.


How are you doing in your cute little safe spaces? Who’s an adorable college student? You are! That’s right! Look how big you’re all getting! You’re all doing really well, too! You’re all so smart and strong!

ng YALE complain about how tough and racist it is at college.

Newsflash, you pampered little asshats! It doesn’t matter what color you are: if you’re going to college in America, you’re one of the most privileged, least discriminated-against people on Planet Earth.

I can’t even tell you how pathetic it is to hear pampered kids TWEET about racism like it’s the 1940s because of First World Problems most people don’t even consider a mild inconvenience. Want to see what I’m talking about? Here are some actual tweets from a #BlackOnCampus hashtag on Twitter talking about how bad black students have it.



Anonymous said...

There's more complaining on this blog than all of my snowflake friends combined. Time to take a look in the mirror

Bob Aswell....Realist said...

There's a simple solution to these malcontents that go to school free and then disrupt the campus for those who want to learn. When enacted, a law that requires a 'college free ride of ANY description' to come AFTER a single enlistment in the military branch of their choosing. If they want to work their way through school then so be it. If they're required to enlist FIRST then there's NO having to worry about collecting delinquent student loans or a lack of manpower in the military. Of course a SIMPLE SOLUTION isn't what politicians want
but the character level of these inductees would come to the front greatly because it's self-evident these rabble rousers don't know how to cope with being an adult or the responsibility that comes with it. Bob Aswell....Realist

Anonymous said...

Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but when you leave college, there AREN'T ANY SAFE SPACES in the real world!