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Tough Love Tuesday

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2016 by andelino

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How about a big dose of “tough love” for all the pathetic college crybabies in mourning over the “election” results?

After the Trump victory, several American colleges are “cancelling classes/exams” and offering their little snowflakes “grief counseling.”

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Barnard College, at Columbia University, a women’s “liberal arts” college based in New York City, has given professors the opportunity to “cancel classes” and is offering students counseling after the “heightened emotions” caused by the election.

”The Barnard faculty is well aware that you may be struggling, and they are here for you,” read an email from the college president and dean.

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Columbia University hosted at least five such “counseling” spaces, only one of which was “advertised” before the results came in, to help students “process” what just happened.

Harvard University hosted a “post-election discussion and reflection for students of color” according to a “mental health” representative at the college.

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American University is also holding a vigil for students “who needed a quiet, safe place to reflect and talk” about the election Wednesday.

A Yale University professor made an exam “optional” to allow his students to “cope” with their psychological “devastation” from Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election.

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Dozens of students at Cornell University gathered on a major campus thoroughfare for a “cry-in” to mourn the results of the 2016 presidential election Wednesday, with school staff providing “tissues and hot chocolate.”

At Tufts University, arts and crafts were on offer. And the University of Kansas reminded students via social media of the “therapy dogs” available for comfort.

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Plymouth State University community advisor Kirsten Elizabeth is doing what she can to help students “cope” with their emotions following Tuesday’s “historic” election.

“Today during my office hours, 4PM to 7PM, I will be bringing my personal coloring books, crayons, markers and colored pencils for anyone to use in order to DE-stress and relax from the election results,” she posted to Facebook.

“Please do not hesitate to reach for help, whether it is to me, the rest of the Community Advisor and Residential Life University Apartment staff, the Counseling Center, the Helping Center, your friends and family or your professors,” Elizabeth wrote. “None of you are alone.”

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An astronomy lecturer at the University of Maryland canceled a test scheduled for Wednesday morning, writing to students that he “worried some of their performances may be affected by “the monumental effort necessary to accept what must be a personally threatening election result.”

A professor at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, also “canceled” his Wednesday class. He told the 11 students in his PhD. “statistics” course on election night that “they didn’t have to come if they didn’t want to.”

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North Carolina State  offered “counseling services” for those who need it after a presidential election. Let that “sink” in.

At Penn State, one student even reported that her friend was “forced” to teach her physics class after the professor had to “dismiss” herself to receive counseling over the election result.

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University of Michigan students occupied the school’s library where they held a “candlelight” vigil to protest Trump’s victory.

Professors at the University of Connecticut, University of Rochester and Iowa State University cancelled classes because they simply couldn’t “face” the day.

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“My prof canceled class to pull herself together after the election…@UW I’m paying a lot of fucking money to go to this damn school.” — Cale Woyvodich (@Cale_Woyvodich) November 9, 2016

At the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Trump’s Alma mater, Jennifer Hutchens and Engineering junior Allison Caramico agreed, saying that they spent election night “crying with members of their sorority.”

Waking up in the morning, they “felt” that the only way they could keep themselves from “breaking down” again was to take action by joining a “solidarity” walk.

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Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) in Maryland are offering therapy to students upset at President-elect Donald Trump’s victory. A message from superintendent Jack R. Smith states MCPS’s intent to assist “our staff and students in processing the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election.”

“Counselors are available to help students process any concerns or feelings they have about the election. Curricular resources have been provided to assist teachers in discussing the election,” the letter states.

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Little snowflakes from Berkeley High School, CA stormed out of class with their teachers. “Safe space” rooms at high schools and college campuses all over America are reporting “severe” overcrowding.

Due to “unprecedented” demands, America Campuses no longer will be able to supply “safe space” rooms for those in need of a “smack.

So, for all you little “snowflakes” who are either “suicidal or homicidal” or both as a result of the Trump “victory”

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Even the “Mainstream Media” can’t keep it together.

I feel their “pain” and “love” every minute of it. These “snowflakes” need to get a handle on “themselves” before President Trump has to start “medicating” the school water supply.

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College Crybabies

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on May 23, 2016 by andelino

 

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Graduation is “soon” upon us and you’re probably “freaking” out. Rightfully so, graduating college is one of the hardest things to do.

Not only does it take months to find a “legitimate” job in your field, but you’re also slapped across the face with school “loans” right after walking across that stage, along with other “bills” you’ve never had to worry about before.

Becoming an “adult” is not all fun and we “feel” for your past “safe” space.

Unfortunately Kyle S. Reyes, President and CEO of “The Silent Partner Marketing” firm, does not. The entrepreneur recently penned an “open letter” to college students quickly approaching “post grad life,” and let’s just say it wasn’t pretty.

An open letter to college crybabies from a CEO
Kyle S. Reyes | April 18, 2016

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Dear College Students,

I remember the stress of college. The anxiety of papers due. The uncertainty of relationships. The concerns about what I was going to do after graduation.

I get it. It’s tough.

I also remember professors who challenged our perceived notions of “right” and “wrong.” I recall being exposed to movies, books and papers that I massively disagreed with. Looking back, I can visualize the heated debates between people with different perspectives. I can almost hear the yelling, the screaming, the passion and the CHALLENGES.

You’re studying and learning during the Industrial Revolution of our generation. It’s exciting. It’s encouraging. It’s liberating. And yet somehow, it’s also leading to your wussification.

Before you get all offended and run to your “safe place,” understand that I pulled that word right out of one of your trusted resources of knowledge – urbandictionary.com.

Here’s the first hit for the word:

wussification (verb): The act of turning one into a wussy.
The mother has been wussifying her children from young age.
The wussification of American children is notable.

I’m sorry. I hope you didn’t mistake this letter to be one that would tell you how wonderful you are and that you’re going to make the world a wonderful place. No, my friends, that’s not what this letter is at all. This is an open letter to all those of you who are whining your way through college looking for a safe place and an entitled hall pass.

I come with a very simple message. When you cast off that safety blanket and enter into the real world, this thing called life is going to slap you faster than you can say, “Do you want fries with that?”

I recently saw an article about these so-called “marginalized students” at the University of Arizona issuing 19 pages of demands.

Then, of course, the students at Emory University who needed counseling because they didn’t feel “safe” when they saw writing in chalk that said “Trump 2016.”

To all those of you looking for your “safe place,” I have to wonder: How the hell do you walk out of your dorm (or your parents’ basement) without getting hit by a bus every day?

So on behalf of CEO’s across the country, I’d like to share with you a few lessons that you might want to learn before graduation.

  1. The Business World Doesn’t Give A Damn About You

No, really – it’s true. You saw something on the internet that you found offensive? You’ve got the sniffles? Your boyfriend broke up with you? Well, that sucks. Deal with it. I expect you to get your work done on time. Hit traffic that made you late for the fourth time this week? You should have learned after the first time that you needed to leave your house early.

Listen, even the best bosses have their breaking points. Excuses might fly in college, but they’re NOT going to fly when we’re paying you to actually get things done.

  1. The Only Safe Place Is Your Home

In the real world – and especially the business world – we’re going to challenge you. We’re going to push you. We’re going to demand that you consider other perspectives. We’re going to rip your ideas to shreds from time to time. And we’re going to insist that you play nicely with others to find ideas that actually work and implement them.

We’re going to get really pissed when you don’t deliver, and we’re going to get even more pissed when you cost us money because you weren’t willing to hustle hard enough to get the job done. And if you slack off enough, there’s no “bell curve” that’s going to save your ass from a big fat pink slip. Lucky for you there are enough people working in the unemployment office who’ve also been wussified by the system to make sure that even though you were fired for not showing up to work, you’ll probably still get to collect unemployment and sit on your ass.

  1. There’s No Such Thing As “Free”

I get it. You’ve been told that money grows on trees, that education should be free for all and that everything in life should be handed to you on a silver platter.

But welcome to the big kids’ playground. You want that health insurance? It’s going to cost you. Oh, you don’t want it? That will cost you too. You want an apartment? A house? A car? Believe it or not, you need to actually come up with some money for that! Oh, and you can quit your whining about taxes. Because SOMEONE has to pay for all of that “free” stuff – and now it’s you, sucker.

  1. If You Don’t Want To Be A Victim, Then Don’t Be

In college, any time your feelings were hurt, you were a victim. If you were challenged, the challenger was a “bigot” and you were the poor person who had their feelings hurt. Here in the real world, we expect you to be challenged and to understand that humility is just as important as bravado. Selflessness is more important that selfishness. The content of who you are as a person is more important than the color of your skin or your socio-economic background or your sex or your weight or your religious affiliation.

  1. Success Is Hard Work

We’re not going to give you five breaks a day. You’re going to have to work nights and weekends from time to time. You want to make “the big bucks”?  Then consider a nine-hour workday to be a part-time job. You’re most likely NOT going to graduate college and find a six-figure job. Hell, you’re going to be lucky if you find ANY job … and you should be grateful when you find it. Grateful … and prepared to work like a maniac to get ahead. Because in the real world, you don’t get a pass just because mommy and daddy are paying your bills.

So, ladies and gentlemen, enjoy the remainder of your time being gentle little snowflakes. Revel in the time you have at the world’s most expensive daycare’s across the country.

Because soon, you’ll be in OUR world. And it’s about to get real.

Sincerely,
Kyle S. Reyes
President/CEO
The Silent Partner Marketing

For the record, the “overwhelming” majority of college kids are “normal, cool, hard-partying” people who don’t exactly “sleep in the library” but know they still have to work “pretty hard” to earn something in life.

Unfortunately it’s the vocal “minority” that’s stomping their feet and staging constant “protests” and demanding “handouts” that’s capturing all the “national” headlines and actually “interfering or ruining” the experience for that majority.

So when you say “it’s just a few bad apples, ignore them,” tell that to the kids who can’t get to “class” and are having their favorite professors “fired” for budget cuts and having their dorms “shut down” due to low enrollment.

Many college “Social Justice Warriors” will just write off this CEO as part of the “evil” 1%. Because the only people who don’t deserve “safe spaces or special treatment” are those who are “successful or rich.”

Which “begs”the question. At what point does one become so “successful” that they forfeit “basic human rights?”

Is it when you “make” $200,000? $1,000,000? Is it when you “employ” 5 people? 50? At what point is it okay to simply “take” their stuff and “demand” they shut up.

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And believe me, that’s what these “crybabies” want. They want everyone who is not them “to simply shut up.”

Think I’m “making” this up? Watch these kids attempt to shut down “freedom of speech” at the University of Michigan.

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My Hero

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on September 4, 2012 by andelino

For four long years we’ve waited, hoped and prayed that some comic would break free of the politically correct demands of The State and mock Obama the way all presidents and all people in power should be mocked.

But for four long years (with a few exceptions) all we’ve seen instead are cowardly toadies like Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, Chris Rock and the cast of Saturday Night Live.

Since Obama won the presidency, comedy has pretty much gone straight to hell as our Entertainment Overlords morphed into pathetic lapdogs begging for scraps of attention and affection from Obama, and in the process becoming stale, lazy, dull, predictable, painfully unfunny, and like a needy poodle – “more than a little annoying.”

Who would’ve ever thought that one of the men who would display enough backbone and “edge” to finally take it to Obama with wicked mockery on about 30 million live television screens would be 82 year-old Clint Eastwood?

Once we learned Eastwood was the night’s mystery guest, no one knew what to expect. And anyone who took a guess most certainly didn’t guess that the Oscar-winning American icon would use his opportunity to relentlessly and hilariously mock Barack Obama in front of the entire free world.

It was “glorious!” And everyone I’ve talked to who was in the convention hall “absolutely loved it.”

Eastwood hit Obama in every sweet spot we’ve been waiting for him to get hit on: “The incompetence; the lies; the empty, pretentious rhetoric; the inexperience;” and that roaring blowhard of a moron Obama chose to be a heartbeat away.

Oh, and the “empty chair?” Other than an “empty suit,” there is no sharper metaphor. Eastwood also made one of the very best points of the night: “We own this country, and when someone doesn’t do the job we have to let them go.”

The media, naturally, is furious. They don’t like to see their “Precious One” mocked and they also understand the power of mockery — which is why they keep Stewart and Colbert on such a tight leash. This is why the media has already written 25 stories mocking Eastwood.

Had Eastwood said the things the media likes to hear with the same nervousness and hesitation, they would’ve called him wizened and seasoned. But because he mocked their “Precious One,” suddenly he’s some kind of embarrassment.

All I can say in response is “Go to hell you Obama-shilling crybabies.” Eastwood showed more grit and honesty in those few minutes than you water carriers have during your entire propaganda-for-the-collective careers.

What Eastwood did was funnier, fresher, edgier, and braver than anything those comedy cowards Chris Rock, Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert have done in 15 years. 82 years-old, and Dirty Harry is still pissing all the right people off. What a hero!

“The empty-chair analogy by Clint Eastwood might be far more accurate and impactful than the Obama campaign and its cheerleaders in the media care to accept.”

Anyone who wants to criticize Clint Eastwood’s performance at the RNC go for it. Here’s why we can’t wait for you to mock this American icon:

1. No real American likes it when people make fun of someone who represents the image of American toughness. The only people who mock macho Americans are effete leftists who are uncomfortable with a strong America, and that won’t play with most Americans, who are proud of being strong and independent.

2. The more you pick on Eastwood, the more it becomes apparent that you’re desperate to find something, anything to avoid acknowledging that Romney and Ryan were simply terrific and you’re scared to death.

3. As you embarrass and reveal your true selves mocking an American Icon — as you waste all that energy — it’s not energy being fired at Romney the day after his convention. Talk about falling into a trap of your own making.

4. This is the most important reason: down deep, most Americans know a dirty little secret you try so hard to hide: All of the Dems running the government are the spiritual descendants of the radicals of the 1960’s. Barack Obama is a disciple of Bill Ayers and Saul Alinsky.

One of the hallmarks of the 60’s radicals was to mock the generations that came before them. That meant everyone older than the young, unrepentant, nasty, unpatriotic radicals who hated America. When you mock Eastwood, you confirm for all of us that you truly are the spiritual descendants of those 60’s radicals. It’s beautiful, you are simply pulling the masks off and revealing who you really are. And the faces underneath are ugly.

Obama’s policies and motto of “hope and change” has become “divide and conquer.”

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