And Now… More Idiots

Thanks to LC Sarge we’re alerted to yet another masterpiece from the brilliant Michelle Malkin (who has an excellent blog too). As if we didn’t already read every syllable she writes.

It seems that some pencil-pushing fucknozzle, one Federal Air Marshal Service Director Thomas Quinn, is too obsessed with dress code to bother with such minor problems as security.

Next, he’ll be requiring his air marshals to wear a sign saying “I’m an Air Marshal, and I’m Here to Help”.


Next, in case you’re wondering where the traitor swine infesting the MSM are being spawned, LC Zeek informs us that known fifth columnist and terrorist sympathizer, professor of journalism Robert Jensen at UT Austin, has been busy celebrating our losses in Iraq.

This columnist suggests that we start a deportation fund, and we’re 100% behind it. If we get to choose the way he’s sent away, that is.

An unheated cargo bay in an old DC3 would do nicely. I always wondered if the eyeballs pop before they freeze or after.


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    Lamont Cranston growls and barks:

    The old goonybirds don’t have enough altitude for that. He’d just get really really cold. Hypothermia might do him in. But he’s not going to freeze solid.

    It would take an early model jet I’m thinking.


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    LC TripleNeckSteel growls and barks:

    I read somewhere these same shitbords too kmarshalls off a plane because they weren’t wearing sportcoats.

    Do they have to wear those ridiculously shiny shoes that used to give all cops away, and those little earpieces?

    And we wonder why the HeadChoppersr aren’t afraid of us…because we let dolts like these make decisions, instead of launching them into the sun.

    LC TNS

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    Walter E. Wallis growls and barks:

    Years ago, right after Reagan fired the air traffic controllers, some idiot manager of a South California en route facility decreed that only designer jeans could be worn to work. The only public contact with these workers was over radio.

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    LC & IB Beaker growls and barks:

    The older I get, the more I think the “just shoot the fuckers” approach is the correct one.

    Ultimately, parents (since they’re the ones paying the bills) should quit sending their checks to UT Austin until said Professor is shitcanned. Yes, Mr. Jensen does have the right to his opinion, however, a University is ultimately a business and parents have a right not to frequent a business which supports such a vile agenda.

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    LC Sir Lawrence growls and barks:

    Since Prof. Jensen is so concerned with the continued existence of free speech, I’m sure he’d welcome the opportunity to familiarize himself with the manner in which said right is exercised by Loyal Citizens of the Empire…

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    Beth growls and barks:

    You would think a guy like THIS would know better!

    Of course, I have the complaint information…

    FAMS Headquarters
    Phone: (703) 487-3100
    Mailing Address:
    ICE Headquarters – FAMS
    425 I Street NW
    Washington, DC

    And the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs membership list is HERE (they have oversight of DHS). Remember, they’re out of session until January 4th.

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    LC Valerie growls and barks:

    About a year ago a Dallas talk radio show had the good professor on. It was truly illuminating. When the host, POLITELY, began to refute with facts, some of Jensen’s statements the professor became enraged. He started to sputter and snarl. Calmly and smoothly Greg Knapp said, “You aren’t in your classroom where you can just toss stuff out and expect people not to question it.” The professor hung up on the talk show host.

    How he retains his post at UT-Austin is a shame. But then Austin is a cesspool of liberalism in Texas.

    Devildog, do really want this dude and his brainwashed students as your neighbors?

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    Leo growls and barks:

    I’d think they’d pop after they freeze.

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    LC the Humble Devildog growls and barks:


    It wouldn’t be any worse than the asshats here in Moscow-Between-the-Lakes. Seriously. The PROGRESSIVE party runs the county board! Madison actually has a foreign policy…

    It would be nice to move to a place where the moonbats are the exception, rather than the rule.

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    LC Denita TwoDragons, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    People like Jensen are the reason I moved the hell out of Austin. How the hell these bastards are capable of mentally juggling several base body functions without collapsing from the strain is beyond me…


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    LC 0311 crunchie growls and barks:

    No the Gooney doesn’t have the altitude, but I bet strapping him to the tail section would do nicely.

    You are truly amazing! Remind me never to get you mad at me.

    There’s always Gods Waiting Room. Certain parts of PB County are redder (is that a word?) than you could imagine. Although our county commission is referred to as the County Commisariat by those of us who pay attention.

    G’nite ya all.

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    LC Bishop, Imperial Titweasel growls and barks:

    No the Gooney doesn’t have the altitude, but I bet strapping him to the tail section would do nicely.

    Why the strap? Just tell him to “hang on”.

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    Deathknyte growls and barks:

    Madison actually has a foreign policy…

    I didnt think anyone running madison was SMART enough to know what foreign was.

    Tell him to grab the outside of the top turret of a B-29 superfortress, then head to max.

    Or you could shuttle him around in the back end of a B-17. There was a reason they wore electric-heated jumpsuits in those planes.

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    Deathknyte growls and barks:

    Forgot. There is a small college in St. Paul that is leaving it up to the students to ban military recruiters from the campus. Not to protest the war or anything, but to protest the military’s “no gays” rule. Didn’t clintoon make a law about don’t ask don’t tell?

    There are several colleges waiting for the outcome so they can ban the military as well. The only reason they haven’t is a law ruling that said they couldnt. They are waiting to see if it gets overturned again.

    Damn hippies.

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    Brian growls and barks:

    I have a suggestion and a question. Screw that old gooneybird, how about a real ride? Let’s say Lockheed SR71? Mach3+ at 110,000 feet should freeze and pop those eyeballs quite well. Heheh. Also, how does one aspire to become Imperial Titweasle?

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    Elephant Man growls and barks:

    Jensen is the epitome of a “liberal weenie”.

    Just cook his ass on a barbeque then douse the bastard with Heinz ketchup.

    (Apologies to those who believe in the adage, “Nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog”)

    The only problem would be finding a set of buns big enough to fit him after he was roasted.

    On second thought, given the ample stature of Michael Moore’s posterior, the “bun” problem could be solved rather easily…….


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    Elephant Man growls and barks:

    OT but you’ve got to check out this story at Blackfive.

    The Heart of America

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    Cameron growls and barks:

    Director Quinn needs a GPS and a week’s vacation to find a clue. And while he is out looking for one, let’s try getting a five-year-old on his staff to point out the obvious.

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    Liz L. growls and barks:

    Your tax dollars at work **SIGH**…

    Of course, your imperial relentlessness, sire, you realize that THAT sort of exporting would give the ACLU fits, which would make it even more enjoyable….

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    Redneck_Canuck growls and barks:

    Elephant man I now have to spend the rest of my day with that mental image burned in my brain. One word……..


    Almost as bad a Camryn Manhiem in a “Wicked Weasel”


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    Xealot growls and barks:

    What I don’t get is why every liberal calls this country “The American Empire.” Allow me to define the term Empire: Large militarized nation ruled by an authoritarian figure, bent on conquest and subjugation.

    Funny. I don’t see “freedom” or “liberty” anywhere in there. I also don’t see any mention of “republic” or “democracy.” And last I checked, we didn’t address Bush as Emperor George the Second.

    So we spend billions to rebuild Iraq. We let them have their own elections, and begin preparing to pullout when the nation is put back together again. But yes, go ahead and call that conquest. I mean all conquering nations pay the people they conquer, and giving them money and rebuilding their industry is definately the worst form of subjugation. And I’m just sure that Emperor George II will annex Iraq as the 51st state any day now.

    Liberals obviously don’t know what “Empire” really means, and for a college professor, this is really pretty sad. Perhaps this Jensen fellow should try reading history instead of trying to revise it ;).

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    DumbAss Tanker growls and barks:

    Quinn is merely the bureaucratic type of idiot that those of us in the Federal military and law enforcement communities are entirely too used to trying to ‘get things done in spite of.’ They shouldn’t necessarily be killed, just retrained as tax accountants or something equally suited to their personalities.
    They unfortunately tend to rise in professions for which they are totally unsuited to be senior guiding hands because they are simply meticulous painstaking (and pain-in-the ass) micromanagers with no judgment or risk tolerance. In an environment where there is not much “free play” for their lack of judgment and perspective to exhibit itself early on (or where that approach works at the rubber-meets-road level but not so much at management levels, which is true to some extent for police work), they are all-too successful while displacing their betters over the long haul, due to their perfect bureaucratic records. They out-compete those who are willing to take the risk of trusting and empowering their subordinates, since no matter how successful that approach may be, it inevitably leads to a non-zero level of defects, losing out to the bureaucrats in the all-important area of what their work looks like in stats (as opposed to what a Hellhole slavepit the workplace they run might be).
    But that Jensen fucker…man, THAT polesmoker needs a 25,000 foot free fall HALO drop from an AC flying at 20,000 feet.

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    LC Bishop, Imperial Titweasel growls and barks:

    But that Jensen fucker…man, THAT polesmoker needs a 25,000 foot free fall HALO drop from an AC flying at 20,000 feet.

    DAT, that would be a HANO jump.

    Nevermind, I’ll even pay for his ride to altitude if he’d go for it. (What is the going rate these days, $5/1000 feet or so?)

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    LC Defense Guy growls and barks:

    I think a demand for an apology should be made to Jensen, or better yet, to the school. In that demand, it might be wise to remind them that among the numerous federal grants they get, they have a current one worth around $4.5 million supplied in part by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. I guess their money is good enough, but the sacrifice is only worth scorn and derision.

    What an ass.

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    Tao Libra growls and barks:

    Calling America an Empire is like calling Bush Hitler: To make either comparison is to exaggerate beyond reason, to distort and ignore reality.

    Any RATIONAL person can see why it is absurd to compare Bush to Hitler. The fact that people who make the comparison can continue to do so, rather than being carted away by the Secret Police, should be enough to demonstrate the difference between Bush and Hitler; and if it isn’t, perhaps the absence of extermination camps should be noted.

    It is equally absurd to concoct an American “Empire” where there is none, and to imagine that the U.S. Government is bent on world conquest.

    To whatever extent that America IS using its military might to shape the world, it is doing so to the benefit and advancement of DEMOCRACY. This would remain true even if our motivation was purely “Imperial.” Even if it was really All About The Oil?, it would still be true that Iraqis now have the freedom to build a democratic nation — and join the civilized world — thanks to America.

    To imagine that the Iraqis were somehow better off under Saddam, to imagine that this evil American Empire is worse than Saddam, is to be a contemptible Fool.

    To claim that American soldiers have not brought freedom to Iraq is a brazen LIE, and a despicable insult to the lives of all the Americans who have died fighting tyranny and terrorism in that godforsaken place.

    To say such things is to spit on America. To call for one’s own nation to be “defeated and dismantled” is TREASON.

    How far is Free Speech allowed to go? We are at WAR, and this maggot is cheering for the Enemy! How much longer do we have to listen to traitorous scum like this before we can send the Secret Police after them?

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    QuickSilver growls and barks:

    Looking to deport him? Why don’t you just strap him to one of these and point it at the Paleswinian homeland? Kill 2 birds with one stone.

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    Xealot growls and barks:

    Indeed Tao Libra, the absence of gestapol and extermination camps proves the leftists wrong in their assumptions.

    But to simply be wrong is one thing, we aren’t perfect. People can be wrong without being evil. However leftists are not merely wrong. It’s not an innocent mistake or an error, it’s a deliberate, brazen lie. They know just as well as we do that America is not an Empire, that Bush is not a Hitler. But they will use these phrases as banners to rally around to push their pacifist and collectivist agendas.

    These people are social addicts, they live to be in groups and cannot exist on their own. They typically become depressive, even suicidal when confronted with being alone. If this just affected their own lives, it would be one thing (hell, I’d hand them the gun to shoot themselves with). But they apply this fear on a global scale. They feel alone if Europe does not agree with the USA. They feel like everyone should agree and want to be a part of the big collectivist group because somewhere deep down they are afraid to be alone. So they will take absurd positions just because they want all the nations to agree and live in some quasi-hippie dreamworld.

    I take the opposite viewpoint, the objectivist viewpoint. If I can stand for my beliefs, if this country can stand for it’s beliefs…. when all other nations and people disagree. THIS IS A GOOD THING. We do what we believe to be right and just, and to hell with global public opinion polls.

    It’s just a pity that our universities and colleges don’t take the truly intellectual viewpoint, and instead cower behind the opinions of the masses. This Jensen takes wildly absurd positions with absolutely no regard for truth. Is this “higher learning?” No. Even as many college research departments invest in computer technology seeking to discover artificial intelligence, they miss the real point. Most colleges are thriving bastions of Genuine Stupidity. And the fault lies with professors like this one.

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    DumbAss Tanker growls and barks:

    QuickSilver, the basic problem with just nuking the Palestinians is that it’s kind of like setting your cat on fire to fix its annoying flea problem. Residual radiation and its related problems are a “gift that keeps on giving,” and it’s not very good about staying in a tightly-bounded area.

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    Beth growls and barks:

    LC Defense Guy: Very interesting bit of information there about the grants…adds more meat to the “complaint” letters. I’m even more pissed now.

    CDR Will: Now THAT’S what I’m talkin’ about!

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    LC Mary in LA, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    I always wondered if the eyeballs pop before they freeze or after.

    I believe the answer is “while“. The crystalline structure of frozen water is such that it is less dense in a solid state. The aqueous humor of the human eye would probably behave similarly. Thus the eyeballs would be in a semi-frozen state when they popped. Something like eyeball ice cream, perhaps, or more like an eyeball Slurpee.

    Enjoy your lunch, everybody! 🙂

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    Deathknyte growls and barks:


    What your saying is the left is a bunch of grown-up children who need teddybears?

    That would explain alot about some of the trolls around here…..

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    Xealot growls and barks:

    Teddy bears indeed, Deathknyte. I couldn’t have said it better ;). The child analogy works in other ways too, notice how they whine and throw a temper tantrum everytime they don’t get their way.

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    LC Apu Napassapitapetalan growls and barks:

    eyeball Slurpee.

    This isn’t one of our better sellers. Certainly not as good as the old stand-by “Blue” and “Red” flavors.

    “An all syrup squishie? Such a thing has never been attempted!”

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    Mark growls and barks:

    I’d think they’d pop after they freeze.

    Not if one is British, and in the healing hands of NHS doctors.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Healing hands or a healing “wife”, Mark?


    (…taking inspiration from his Lordship, Spatula)

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    Mark growls and barks:

    Healing hands or a healing “wife”, Mark?

    Don’t pick on me right now, Heather. I’m in absolute agony over here.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    What’s wrong, love?

    (Don’t forget you are my favorite troll now. :D)

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    Mark growls and barks:

    What’s wrong, love?

    My treacherous wife forced me to take a Viagra this morning. It lodged itself in my throat..and, as a consequence, I’ve had a stiff neck all day.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:


    Not where the…er…action is supposed be.

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    Mark growls and barks:

    Wish you were here to stick your tongue down my throat in an attempt to dislodge it. It is a medical emergency, after all.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Nope, I think I ought to pull out now…


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    Mark growls and barks:

    Nope, I think I ought to pull out now…

    Wise girl. LOL!

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    m growls and barks:

    Quinn sounds like the kind of asshat that had the Brits wearing red coats and marching in straight lines. We all know how well that worked for them.

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    Mark growls and barks:

    To Heather’s hubby:

    Wish you were here to stick your tongue down my throat in an attempt to dislodge it. It is a medical emergency, after all.

    Only kidding, mate. Being British yourself, I’m sure you understand our ‘no holds barred’ kind of humour. Give your sweet wife time, and I’m sure she’ll come around to our way of thinking.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Give your sweet wife time, and I’m sure she’ll come around to our way of thinking.


    Here in the South (USA), flirtation is an art form. (Just look, but don’t order anything from the menu, mind you.) Maybe it has Brit roots?

    Hubby understands completely too, Mark. 😉

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    LC Bishop, Imperial Titweasel growls and barks:

    Wish you were here to stick your tongue down my throat in an attempt to dislodge it. It is a medical emergency, after all.

    Is this typical British tongue-in-cheek humor?

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    Mark growls and barks:

    Is this typical British tongue-in-cheek humor?

    LOL, Bishop! You certainly deserve a copy of the GLOR’s sexy 2004 Advent Calendar.

    Spats, please ensure he gets one.

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    Mark growls and barks:

    (Just look, but don’t order anything from the menu, mind you.)

    Or as my killjoy wife often says: “You can look at the menu, as long as you eat at home.”

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    Deathknyte growls and barks:

    When did the Rott become a flirting service?

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    Walter E. Wallis growls and barks:

    But seriously, folks, we need to reexamine the idea that judges and professors, given life tenure, will transcend parochial opinion and exude wisdom. Ultimately, “Whose bread I eat, his song I sing” makes a good ground rule.
    Any ideas how to break it off in these dictatorial asshats?

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    Robert McClelland growls and barks:

    I’ve long admired Prof. Jensen. He often speaks at University up here – I never miss him.

    He is brilliant and ethereal.

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    Robert McClelland growls and barks:

    This settles it! I’m going to Cuba on my winter holiday!

    You rubes can have your backwater, klan-infested Florida.

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    Deji Pachi growls and barks:

    Buh-bye now, Boobert. Would you possibly consider staying there?

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    LC Defense Guy growls and barks:

    Oh yeah, the guy, Jensen, is so brilliant that on the basis of one exchange with an undergraduate, he decided to re-formulate his opinion on race in the US.

    Boobert is there no flawed BS you won’t fall for?

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    LC Bishop, Imperial Titweasel growls and barks:

    Walter, while the tenure system was supposed to create an environment where the professor was free to make his own conclusions, without external influence; it has had two negative results.

    The first and most obvious of these is the sense of entitlement that a tenured professor is bathed in. I despise the system, and I myself would find it very difficult not to feel the same way after being immersed for years in this caste system.

    The financial rewards (especially in the Engineering and Science fields) through siphoning “consulting fees” based on an unreasonable number of hours said professor promises to devote to each project in the grant application.

    Of course, there is no project hour charging of this by the University; the professor is paid the full amount that he bills. It is in the University’s best interest not to provide this oversight, as the institution takes a facilities cut from each grant; up to 15-20% of the total award in some institutions.

    Thus there is no way that the university is going to refuse a grant over something as trivial as criminal fraud.

    The second, more subtle result of the tenure system is that the while not beholden to outside influences, now becomes beholden to his peers. AS far as the University is concerned, the two principle criteria for tenure are financial; the amount of grant dollars brought in, and prestige; the number and regularity of refereed publications. Small matters, like plagiarism and fraud, tend to get ignored.

    So as long as the tenure track assistant prof keeps publishing and bringing in dollars, the more difficult task is to gain approval from the members of the tenure committee. In my experience, this is often handled by writing these professors into grants as consultants, or performing work in support of the tenure committee Brahmans’ research.

    The decent professors mostly prefer to do their jobs as best they can, and are simply not interested in any “management” role. Many tend not to be confrontational, or are willing to give their ethically challenged colleagues the benefit of the doubt, and turn a blind eye.

    Let me be clear here, the number of decent professors far outweighs the bad and fraudulent; but it only takes a few bad ones pissing in the soup to foul it.

    Finally getting to your guest ion, I would propose the following:

    1 Tenure track professors must have at least 5 years experience in industry. Forget about post-docs in other universities, or federal labs.

    2. 40% of the tenure committee to be from outside institutions, with at least one from an applicable industry/discipline.

    3. Teaching effectiveness being one of the more important tenure criteria.

    4. Proper oversight and auditing of contracts, with termination and prosecution being the fruit of fraud.

    5. Consistent enforcement of academic dishonesty policy. For example: Putting ones name as first author on a paper of which you have not proof-read, on a research project that you have only peripheral involvement, should result in the same penalty for a prof as a student; namely expulsion. Yet, this behavior is accepted by university administrations.

    6. Tenure being subject to renewal every 10 years. This could be done as a relatively minor review, as long as it provided an opportunity to weed out the worst.

    Sorry for the long screed, but I witnessed every one of these things multiple times while a grad student. In my opinion, the system is very sick.

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    Elephant Man growls and barks:


    McClelland says he’s going to Cuba!

    Like every other liberal asshat, he’s full of shit.

    Likes he’s going to give up his Mtv and Oprah watching.

    Yeah right.

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    LC ms heather, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    You don’t understand, EM.

    Booburp has had this lifelong crush on Fidildo and he’s got enough $$$ to finally go there and meet his hero. (with a little help from Zhorik, I’m sure. 😉 )

    Be sure not to come back, Boobert. Don’t write, don’t call, etc., etc…

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    LC 0311 crunchie growls and barks:

    This asshat Jenses was on “Heartland’ on FNC tonight. I thought Kasich did a fairly respectable job of ClueBatting him. Not as much as he deserved, but close enough.

    Boobert, have fun in Fideland now ya hear. Unfortunately for you (beautiful for the rest of us) we will be closing the border immediately on you departure. BuhBye now!

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    Zhorik the Pimp growls and barks:

    Yes, I am actually sending McClelland to Cuba—to work. His oral and anal performance guaranteed him a permanent “fave ho'” spot with Senor Castro himself. Senor Castro pays me in gold for that particular morsel. McClelland, being a commie, gets a very small percentage. You do the math. Damn, I love being a pimp!

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    Redneck_Canuck growls and barks:

    That “Booburp” Fucknut is the type of “liberalist” shitstain I really can’t fucking stand. They look away or wimpingly apologize when DICTATOR Fidel sends his critics to Cuban Gulags for not blowin the Cuban Commie Party line out their brown puckered orifices. Yet rise up in MORAL (sic) indignation at self-percieved western excesses. These intellectually deviant wastes of skin have an excuse for everything except their own insipid lives. I will say one thing about Dic(k)tator Fidel, I haven’t laughed so FUCKING hard as I did when he took that faceplant a few months back, I straind my lats and damn near shat meself.

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    R.D. growls and barks:

    Regarding Thomas Quinn:

    Some other blogger suggested the simple solution would be to require business dress for all air travellers, like we used to be back in the old days.

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    LC GreatDane growls and barks:

    It is no laughing matter when we imagine the outrage Jensen?s diatribe must bring to the hearts of the brave men and women who serve in Iraq. They risk their lives to preserve our constitutional rights. Sadly, some will die preserving a coward?s perceived right to commit treason.

    Well said.

    p.s. #1 Tripleneck: Get a life. Scheeesch.

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