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Congratulations to all those who matriculated from the ivory towers within New Haven who have now graduated from the kiddie ivory towers to the big boy ivory towers in Oxford.

Fuck Stanford and Princeton, who each sent one pathetic scholar. Fuck them. Fuck UCB, who sent zero. Based USMC/West Point sent almost as many as Yale. Fuck MIT who sent zero (those nerds can't interview for shit, too bad the requirement isn't to see who can leetcode for 70 hours straight). 
 

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Jan 9, 2022 - 12:02am

Ok, I was a Rhodes Scholar around 15 years back before wall street domesticated "occupy" and turned them into mewling quims, whimpering about diversity, equality, human rights and whatnots.

Cecil Rhodes' legacy has been tainted yes. But the old guard scholars still outnumber the minorities. Besides, nobody takes a minority/female/LGBTQ Rhodes Scholar seriously, just like nobody takes a minority/female/LGBTQ US student seriously, because they all got in via DEI/AA.

Being a straight, white and male Rhodes Scholar over a decade ago has opened doors that even those from my background once thought had closed for eternity since the enlightened era. 

Jan 9, 2022 - 12:02am

Prestigiouslndividual

Besides what the fuck is a PhD in "theory"? And Duke is so unprestigious that for the first 25 years of my life I confused it with Dartmouth.

For someone who mentions the ivory tower during every sophomore year intro psychology lecture, you should know what it is or at least Google Darren beattie 

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