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Video || Watters: Microaggressions on Campus

Okay, this isn’t really White House-related, but I thought you might enjoy.

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16 Responses to Video || Watters: Microaggressions on Campus

  1. That first girl — what can you talk about?

    It would be funny — actually it is funny and I enjoy Jesse — but the actual fact of it is so so sad.

    The perpetually offended. Loved the Indian guy — sense of humor.

  2. Jesse is funny.
    Most of the others…not so much.
    I’m sick of these politically correct morons. They need to take calculus and get real jobs.

  3. It’s refreshing that some see through the PC correctness. But far too many have been programmed to respond with the “correct” phrase, performing like well trained seals begging for a fish. Watch the eyes and faces of the PC interviewees. Nervous, shifting eyes, please-like-me smiles, brains churning away looking for the “correct” answer, completely incapable of critical thinking, odd facial tics. Big Brother might be watching, listening, taking notes. Be careful, be very careful. They are watching us.

    Just plain pathetic.

      • Yea, I think you nailed that look accurately. Probably they have the same frame of mind described by TS Elliot had in mind when he wrote “Do I dare to eat a peach?” in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”. Or this great line from Prufrock: “When I am pinned and wriggling on the wall,
        Then how should I begin
        To spit out all the butt-ends of my days and ways?”

        You know, the more I think about it, the more “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” describes the behavior and character of our modern day politicians, the lemmings chasing them and the crap they inflict upon us every day.

        Here it is. See if that comparison isn’t so. ;+}

        http://www.bartleby.com/198/1.html

  4. I stopped watching Fox several months ago. Trump fatigue. Watters World always makes me laugh (and vomit in my mouth a little). “I said GOOD DAY, SIR!”

    • Yea, we stopped watching Fox as well. The evening lineup, after Bret Baier’s Special Report, was all downhill from there. Greta always acts like she’s interrogating a mass murderer, no matter who she’s taking to. O’Reilly is an obnoxious imbecile. The Megyn Kelly character looks like she just landed here from Mars and is trying to figure out what these earthlings are all about. And so on.

  5. UNC (Chapel Hill) is the liberal institution of the North Carolinia universities. Many graduates feel very special and think very highly of themselves for attending Chapel Hill.

    Funny to see one the guys interviewed was wearing a NCSU shirt. Go Wolfpack!

  6. It’s beyond me the stupidities that occur at colleges and universities, all filtering into the general population.
    Nowadays, newscasters use undocumented instead of illegal, which I find ludicrous. They still broke the law.