The big story over the last 48 hours has been the college admissions scandal in which a bunch of rich parents paid some guy un-Godly amounts of money to get their undeserving crotch fruits into college. A lot of people are mad because they cut the line and blah, blah, blah. I don’t really care about that. If you were on the bubble anyway you probably got in somewhere else. Rich people get shit in this country because they have money. Don’t like it? Stop being poor.
Among those arrested were Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky) and Felicity Huffman (Lynette Scavo). The former paid $500,000 for her two airhead daughters to get into USC by pretending to be members of the crew team, and the latter paid $15,000 for someone else to take her crotch fruit’s SATs. Of course the blue checkmark mafia is blaming it all on white privilege.
— Julio Ricardo Varela (@julito77) March 12, 2019
Even though a bunch of the non-celebrity rich parents are Latino, and this could be done by anyone with the money to do it. But let’s not let FACKS get in the way of a good narrative.
This whole thing is so stupid because college is so overrated anyway. All you need to do is listen to AOC talk for five minutes and you’ll see how meaningless a degree really is. I have a college degree and I kind wish I could get a refund on it because I don’t really need it. Don’t get me wrong, I had a GREAT time at UMass, and I met some great friends that I’ll have for life. But at the same time, I could’ve been creating Turtleboy instead of getting a bunch of C’s and D’s so I could graduate and become a teacher. Society teaches us that we MUST do well in high school so that we can go to college. Free college tuition and “everyone should be able to go to college” are the buzzwords of the left today.
But why? Why aren’t we teaching kids to be creative and entrepreneurial? Why are we teaching them that they should work their ass off in order to get a good job where someone else will dictate for them how much they make and what they can and cannot do? Why aren’t we teaching kids to BECOME the job? As Jay-Z once said, “I’m not a businessman; I’m a business, man.” The most successful people in this country are those who start with an idea. They think of something that people want that there is a demand for. Then they think of a way to make it and sell it at a rate that allows them to live off of it.
That’s what Turtleboy does. There was a demand for unadulterated, non-filtered down hot takes. People wanted the news brought to them in a different way, so I created a website that allows anonymous contributors to “speak their truths.” And what do ya know? Millions of people like to read that sort of stuff. There’s no reason I couldn’t have started Turtleboy in 2004 instead of 2014.
These rich parents have completely bought into the “go to school, get good grades, and get a good job” narrative. They thought the only way to measure the success of their crotch fruits was by what college they got into. But the problem was that their kids are idiots, and it’s mainly their fault. This is Aunt Becky’s kid, Olivia Jade.
She’s an Instagram and YouTube “influencer” who probably makes a shit ton of money being stupid while good looking. She has nearly 4 million followers on those platforms, and does absolutely nothing except take pictures of herself and babble nonsense into an iPhone.
And this is everything that is wrong with our society today. I saw this all the time teaching at Shepherd Hill. There are TONS of girls who look up to morons like this and aspire to be them. The Kardashians, who only exist to be impregnated by athletes and rappers, have more followers on social media than Trump and Hillary combined. They do nothing, they have nothing interesting to talk about, and yet this is exactly why millions of teenage girls aspire to be them. Because they themselves are not interesting and have almost nothing to talk about. They don’t vote, they have no interest whatsoever in politics or history, and their only hope in life is to look good enough so that they can bag a rich husband and live like a Kardashian until they die.
I tried to connect with girls like this when I was teaching and it was impossible. You could talk about the most interesting parts of American history and they just did not give a shit. They just wanted to know what day the quiz was, and when the homework was due so that they could go through the motions, get their C+, and not get grounded before the keg party.
The Kardashians are glamorized because of their lack of understanding of civics, history, and anything that doesn’t involve an IG filter that makes their ass look big. So why are we urging people like this to go to college? They obviously have no interest in it. Just ask Olivia Jade at USC.
— Johnny (@Johnnys_Eye) March 12, 2019
But guess what? Olivia Jade doesn’t need college. She’s got 4 million followers already. She is doing the most fundamental thing you can do as a capitalist – supplying a demand. Being a dumb white chick IS her job. There is demand for that. Nothing she can learn at USC will be as valuable as this:
This is what she’s good at – being stupid and empty. And that’s OK, because stupid people can do well for themselves in America too.
So the bottom line is, stop valuing college because it’s really not that valuable unless you know what you want to major in and you need to go to college to get the job you want. When you make it seem like it’s something everyone should do then you get “scandals” like this. For what it’s worth I don’t even think these people should be charged. Lucky sperm get shit that regular people don’t. Just ask Ivanka Trump. The real criminals are the colleges that charge ridiculous tuitions for worthless degrees in gender studies.
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