Latest Collidge Caper: Play-Doh and Lego Blocks

We know the collidge crowd is all freaked out by the results of the election, but this is ridiculous.

As reported by USA Today, the University of Michigan Law School offered its students “post-election self-care” sessions in which the future lawyers of America were provided with Play-Doh, Lego blocks, coloring books, and puppies ( http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/11/14/trump-liberal-college-campuses-michigan-yale-glenn-reynolds-column/93765568/ ). They quickly had to delete that notice from their website when the law school instantly turned into a national laughing stock.

What’s next? Diapers? Pacifiers?

Other colleges are clambering on board the idiot express. Cornell has had a “cry-in,” and Yale a “group scream,” to mention only two.

And in the interests of “diversity,” they are teaching students to hate, fear, and shun their few fellow students who voted for Donald Trump instead of Ma Clinton of the Clinton crime family.

Play-Doh? College students sitting around, dabbling with Play-Doh? Your tuition dollars at work–yee-hah!

America’s overgrown, over-funded, over-attended university system–making our country more infantile by the day.

 

5 comments on “Latest Collidge Caper: Play-Doh and Lego Blocks

  1. A bunch of children that have never known anything but being mollycoddled and they have hurt feelings because they didn’t get their way. It has taken 20-30 years of spoiling them to get to this point, so it will take a very long time to get them rooted in reality, if it can be done at all. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of these spoiled brats are beyond help. Look at the sixties generation that fell into the same sort of behavior; most of them have never overcome it.

  2. Oh my goodness, are they bloomin’ kindergartners? I have no words …
    It’s just the bullying nature of it all. Like, if you nasty biggits win we’re all going to throw such a big, big temper tantrum that you will be forced to pay attention to us.
    Ugh. Ugh ugh ugh.

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