CEO Blasts 'Crybaby College Students' In Open Letter. And it's Awesome!
Making fun of 'crybaby college students' is always a fun thing to do here at LwC. Mainly because they provide so much material lately (see Liberal College Students Require Counseling Over Traumatically Offensive… Sombreros?! and Bill Maher to Liberal, Emory Students: ‘I Want to Dropkick These Kids’…).
So lucky for me, CEO's getting tired of being demonized by leftists and blasting their policies is a hot new trend (see This CEO ‘Apologizes’ to Bernie Sanders…and it’s Awesome! and FANTASTIC: Leftist Stephen Colbert Gets Schooled in Basic Economics by CEO of Uber).
Put them both together, and it's like peanut butter and chocolate...
I’m sorry. I hope you didn’t mistake this letter to be one that would tell you how wonderful you are and that you’re going to make the world a wonderful place. No, my friends, that’s not what this letter is at all. This is an open letter to all those of you who are whining your way through college looking for a safe place and an entitled hall pass.
I come with a very simple message. When you cast off that safety blanket and enter into the real world, this thing called life is going to slap you faster than you can say, “Do you want fries with that?”
I recently saw an article about these so-called “marginalized students” at the University of Arizona issuing 19 pages of demands.
Then, of course, the students at Emory University who needed counseling because they didn’t feel “safe” when they saw writing in chalk that said “Trump 2016.”
To all those of you looking for your “safe place,” I have to wonder: How the hell do you walk out of your dorm (or your parents’ basement) without getting hit by a bus every day?
Holy crap. That last line almost makes me want to head for a safe space. Then I remembered I'm a grown up. Leftist, SJW's everywhere were overheard yelling...
Am I using this gif because he's black...? No, that's racist.
I know, I know. Many college SJW's will just write off this CEO as part of the evil 1%. Because the only people who don't deserve safe spaces or special treatment... are those who are successful.
Which begs the question; at what point does one become so successful that they forfeit basic human rights? Is it when you make $200,000? $1,000,000? Is it when you employ 5 people? 50? At what point is it okay to simply take their stuff and demand they shut up.
And believe me, that's what these students want. They want everyone who is not them... to simply shut up. Think I'm lying? Watch these kids attempt to shut down freedom of speech at UofM below.