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As much as we blame college student for being oversensitive little ninnies about their hurt feelings and safe spaces, we should be blaming the adults who have raised them to think that this is normal. I saw this today on the Worcester Police Department’s Facebook page and I wanted to puke:
Wait……what?? Safe zone training? How did any of us survive high school and college without safe zones?? Back in the day when someone said mean things to you your only recourse was to ignore them, punch them in the face, or remind them that you did in fact drill their mother. If only I had known about these safe zones where I could’ve gone to have my fragile damaged feelings put back together by a safe space technician.
LOL. All I gotta say is, welcome to the future. Better get used to shit like this because when our kid’s are older, it will be the norm. Seventy five years ago 18 year old kids were signing up to invade remote islands they’d never heard of in the Pacific. Now they’re demanding that adults protect them from having their feelings hurt. All I can think of when I hear about this shit is this girl from Yale, who when asked by her professor “who get’s to define what is offensive guys,” answered with this:
“When it hurts me. When it offends me.”
That sums up the voice of the voice of the 2016 college student. Back in the day, literally no one was dumb enough to believe this, even at UMass in the early 2000’s. But now it’s pretty much common place. I mean, just look at these delicate little flowers:
They need their protection from the big bad free speech monsters!!! Time for some safe zone training at Yale!!
And if you dare disagree with a 19 year old, spoiled rich, biracial girl from Connecticut, then you best be prepared to get sworn at:
It’s a good thing Worcester colleges are doing this training, because as these poor Yale students pointed out, the role of universities is to be your “advocate” and protect you from ever having your feelings hurt:
I swear to God, that’s the gay guy from Mean Girls saying “you’re supposed to be our advocate.”
At this rate the First Amendment probably only has 15-20 years left before it gets repealed. Once these nudniks start making enough money to buy elections it’s all over. Don’t believe me? Yale is pretty much the best school in the country. Only the brightest get in there. Yet when this guy conducted an experiment, and walked around campus for just 50 minutes with a petition to get rid of the First Amendment, he found 60 students willing to sign it:
We are so fucked.
The bottom line is that Worcester colleges should not be feeding into and enabling this bullshit by creating “safe zones” since no such thing exists in the real world. Colleges should be preparing students for reality, not hiding them from it. And yes, when you’re LBGTQ-MSOP3H, sometimes people say mean things to you. Don’t worry about them though, they’re just assholes. So you like other guys? Big fucking deal. I don’t care and neither does 99% of civilized society. One day you’ll be their boss and you’ll get the last laugh because they’re poor and you’re not.
Then again Clark is run by a bunch of slugpumps who probably agree with this shit, so I suppose this is par for the course. And Worcester State hired Boom-Boom, and continues to employ her, despite the fact that she announced on pirate radio yesterday that it’s OK that she’s on trial for blockading Kelley Square because she shouldn’t have to follow “laws, policies, and rules” because “it’s not real.”
Safe spaces on the other hand are very real and need to be treated as such.
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