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  1. Hahahahaha – That seems like haiku cheating. I had my first hot pocket a couple of weeks ago. It wasn’t very satisfying. It didn’t seem like much food given the number of calories. I find it hard to feel empathy for those admissions scofflaws.

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    1. I couldn’t resist using their branding to make a point😊, I’ve never had hot pockets and don’t plan on trying them. This stuff has been going on forever, they just got caught.

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    1. I totally agree. I don’t think Bush Jr could’ve qualified to go to Yale, and they probably let him pass with C’s, they did that for him in the army too, let him get by without serving at all. Whistleblowers were ignored. Dan Rather got in trouble for reporting the truth.

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      1. That’s for sure! All the fancy new bldgs with fancy names all bought their kid’s way through school, why else would they “donate”. That’s what Loughlin the actress caught in the scam claims she donated to, not bribed the school. But she still lied about her daughter being an athlete. I think the children of the corporate aristocracy all had their school/career path bought for them through connections. That’s why I don’t think it’s impressive to go to an Ivy League school (unless it was earned on a scholarship, and even then, was it truly merit based?).

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      2. I agree. A professor I had, that went to Yale said it was full of rich kids but not a better educational experience. She said our school was just as rigorous but without the hype.

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