The Weekly Roundup: All Hallows' Eve Edition
- The headlines we were tempted to run, and the commentary we couldn’t.
Monday 24 October
Operator: What bias would you like to report?
Caller: The mainstream media
Sounds more like “white naiveté” to us, but whatever.
If these students can’t take Milo, how did they ever make it through grade school?
Regrettably, too many people today refuse to let their memes be memes.
Tuesday 25 October
Americans claim textbook has exceptional ridiculous overtones.
What about “Man up like a girl?”
Ooh, very meta.
Geez, even trolls let you cross if you pay them...
We imagine commuters were pretty thrilled when they saw Pigpen and his pals being dragged off, too.
Wednesday 26 October
Also, the sky is blue. More at six.
How many allegedly Christian institutions could fairly be said to follow their professed religion these days, anyway?
We sincerely hope the professor was sent to bed without any dessert after her little tantrum there.
We can only interpret this to mean that the University of Iowa supports anti-white racism.
Why? Just because you’re liable to be “muscled” off campus if you don’t express the right viewpoint?
It seems Hillary has been taking time away from the campaign to weigh in on the costume debate.
Yeah, to the tune of about 140 TIMES the amount UC employees donated to Trump.
Thursday 27 October
Too bad they were phone banking and not sending emails; they might have gotten away scot-free.
Perhaps they were lactose intolerant.
Watch out. Here comes the tolerant left.
What is this, The Godfather?
Absurd as this situation is, it does serve as a reminder that there’s really nothing to be gained from sharing the most mundane details of one’s life with the world.
Unfortunately, “Radical feminist steals money from domestic abuse survivors by spreading unsubstantiated rumors that pageant ‘objectifies women’ because some sorority girls got drunk and danced ‘promiscuously’” was too long of a headline.
Then it’s not really “free,” is it?
Friday 28 October
Depends. If it’s a community of pioneers in the Old West, then yeah, we suppose war paint probably would seem pretty threatening.
Does the Associated Collegiate Press offer a Virtue-Signaling award, yet?
They should have just gone with the other option they considered, which was to ban non-Greek students from frat parties. The end result would have been the same, but they could have skipped right past the intermittent step of rendering the parties too tedious to attend.
We’d be willing to bet that some students are going to be offended by that.
Unless, of course, one appropriates appropriately, which basically means you can make fun of anyone within two or three shades of your own skin color.