The Yale Reverse Job Fair

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The Yale Reverse Job Fair

Ask your­self this ques­tion, if you were a hir­ing man­ager would you even con­sider this person?

Of course they might fig­ure these cow­ardly losers man­aged to find a job:


So it’s no longer good enough to admon­ish the actual prac­ti­tion­ers of con­tro­ver­sial speech (assum­ing there’s any­thing con­tro­ver­sial actu­ally tak­ing place.) Now the fac­ulty needs to go on the chop­ping block if they don’t proac­tively go out and squelch any offen­sive thoughts. This is the price we’re pay­ing for gen­er­a­tions of lib­eral thinkers encour­ag­ing the cod­dling of stu­dents and stamp­ing out any com­pet­ing ideas. One of the stu­dents who was scream­ing vul­gar­i­ties at Chris­takis and ask­ing “who the **** hired you” informed him that Yale was not a place to cre­ate an intel­lec­tual space. It’s sup­posed to be a home.

Under the fol­low­ing con­di­tions of course:

admin­is­tra­tors now must vet their fac­ulty, to make sure they never hire any­one who could har­bor opin­ions that any stu­dent might find offen­sive, and sternly instruct pro­fes­sors to be sure that they do not tol­er­ate any poten­tially offend­ing expres­sions. This is the “bet­ter uni­ver­sity” that Pres­i­dent Salovey promised Yale’s stu­dents, and all because of Hal­loween costumes.

When Buck­ley didn’t like what he saw as a stu­dent, he didn’t whine, he wrote a book

As Glenn Reynolds put it:

if you want to under­cut the value of a Yale degree, just keep this crap up. Nobody respects you.

I can pic­ture the hir­ing man­agers look­ing at the resumes now.

It’s a good thing that a lot of peo­ple who go to Yale have money and won’t be depen­dent on such work, Cue Southpark:

Peo­ple won­der why Putin & ISIS aren’t afraid of us, I don’t.

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Ask yourself this question, if you were a hiring manager would you even consider this person?

Of course they might figure these cowardly losers managed to find a job:


So it’s no longer good enough to admonish the actual practitioners of controversial speech (assuming there’s anything controversial actually taking place.) Now the faculty needs to go on the chopping block if they don’t proactively go out and squelch any offensive thoughts. This is the price we’re paying for generations of liberal thinkers encouraging the coddling of students and stamping out any competing ideas. One of the students who was screaming vulgarities at Christakis and asking “who the **** hired you” informed him that Yale was not a place to create an intellectual space. It’s supposed to be a home.

Under the following conditions of course:

administrators now must vet their faculty, to make sure they never hire anyone who could harbor opinions that any student might find offensive, and sternly instruct professors to be sure that they do not tolerate any potentially offending expressions. This is the “better university” that President Salovey promised Yale’s students, and all because of Halloween costumes.

When Buckley didn’t like what he saw as a student, he didn’t whine, he wrote a book

As Glenn Reynolds put it:

if you want to undercut the value of a Yale degree, just keep this crap up. Nobody respects you.

I can picture the hiring managers looking at the resumes now.

It’s a good thing that a lot of people who go to Yale have money and won’t be dependent on such work, Cue Southpark:

People wonder why Putin & ISIS aren’t afraid of us, I don’t.

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The only pay I get for this work comes from you. My goal for 2015 is $22,000 and to date we’re only at $4400

Given that fact I would I ask you to please consider hitting DaTipJar.




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Additionally our subscribers get our podcast emailed directly to them before it show up anywhere else.

I know you can get the MSM for nothing, but that’s pretty much what most of them are worth.