Apparently, not so much…. Who’s your coxswain, err…Daddy, anyway??
OMG!!! She saw a Donald Trump sign!!!
“In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream.” Alien – Official Trailer
Little Miss TrigglyPuff is still alive and protesting ‘whatever’ again this year on your college and university campuses.
Yesterday we have Brown University’s student body president announcing she will be hand-delivering menstrual products to all nonresidential bathrooms on campus, including men’s rooms, in order to communicate the message that “pads and tampons are a necessity, not a luxury,” and that not all people who menstruate are women.
And today we get the lecture about “micro-aggressions”, “micro-invalidations” and “micro-pin-headisms”.
All this for only $52,000 as year. No wonder these kids will still be living at home when they’re 35 years old.
Don’t be too disheartened, but check The Daily Callers, “Fancypants College: Equating Hard Work With Success And Saying ‘You Guys’ Are ‘Microaggressions’ Now“.
And here’s a reprise of the One, the Only, the Original Trigglypuff. Watch.
In case current events have filled all of your memory-spaces, refer back to the New York Post article, “‘Safe space’ fascists now rule the University of Missouri“.
Hut One, Hut Two. Hut. Hut. Hut!!
They say Revolution was in the air in early 1775 when Patrick Henry sounded his famous call to arms.
Sometimes that 15 seconds of fame turns into a lifetime of “iconic infamy”.
Lest you forget from whence our iconic “TrigglyPuff” was misbegotten–Watch.
Do you remember the dainty little “Snowflakes” at the University of Missouri protesting a “poop” swastika and other horrific perceived injustices? Well, the Daily Caller reports, “Mizzou Officials Realize They Could Have Avoided National Humiliation By ENFORCING EXISTING RULES“.
An ad hoc committee at the University of Missouri has concluded that the school could have avoided its still-reverberating nationwide humiliation stemming from last semester’s eruption of Black Lives Matter protests if officials would have enforced a policy that has been in existence for decades.
The November protests attracted national attention after graduate student Jonathan Butler, the son of a millionaire railroad executive, went on a hunger strike and convinced 32 Mizzou football players to boycott all team activities. There were false reports of people wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods. There was a poop swastika. The protest also included a now-fired professor, Melissa Click, who threatened a student cameraman with mob violence.