Friday, January 20, 2006

The Froward Marsh of Freedom

Alicublog reports that a conservative group is offering college students money to keep tabs on "liberal bias" among UCLA professors.

This sort of monitoring has been going on for some time, but the idea of paying students for it is, I believe, relatively new. It strikes me as a risky investment, at best. Through sources I'm not at liberty to name, I was able to get my hands on one student's handwritten report on instances of instructor bias at a nearby university; you can decide for yourself how much reports like this are worth per diem:

UPDATE: This article provides further evidence that the Bruin Alumni Association is wasting its money.


JMS said...

hehe - I clam that my handwriting is about that bad, but my speeling, grammar and maybe even thinking are a little sharper...

juniper pearl said...

any class that has to meet at 3:14 a.m. is bound to be brimming with nonsensical liberal conspiracies; i don't know what else this student thought he or she was getting into.

how on earth did this individual get accepted to college?

Phila said...

Just for the record: The handwritten thing was a joke...albeit one that I believe contains a grain of deadly truth.

he who is known as sefton said...

In the beginning, I decided to join the campaign to impeach your "smirking chimp", my "dum'ass botch". As evidence for that, you'll soon be invited to click on a hyperlink.

Before doing so, however, I would like you to read through the rest of this text. In case, you'd like to know, the U.R.L for your blog, specifically, "Bouphonia", is found at the third hyperlink on the list below ... ah, please remember, no clicking until AFTER reading the entire text.

Perusing your blog, I believe I arrived at what is a reasonable inference. That is, both you and your readers would welcome news that indicates the campaign to impeach the president is increasing in both vigor and breadth. Ah, you'll find that evidence by clicking on the second enclosed hyperlink.

As for my plan for capturing Osama, you'll find it by clicking on the first listed hyperlink, which immediately follows this colon:

.he who is known as sefton

oh, yes, surely, you've heard about the government "requesting" certain records about internet activity. oh, br'dah! Cynical and skeptical me, I'm smelling a rat in all that.