The College Kid ‘Cast returns after almost 2 years. Welcome back to the stupid of “you have to go to college to be that stupid.”
Amongst the things discussed are the following:
We have a look at the estrogen heavy Collegian editorial board.
Do keep in mind that “as soon as the zoomers start voting it’s gonna be muh Red Tide!!!!” The cuckservatives are still waiting for Trump, Q, and the zoomers to save them. Y’all remember this stupid that was all the rage?
According to research, Gen Z is more individualistic, more conservative both socially and fiscally, and they’re already making waves of impact on our political system.
How ’bout this stupid?
On the contrary, according to a new study, a larger percentage of millennials identified as conservative during their last year of high school than did Baby Boomers and GenXers when they were the same age.
Or maybe this stupid?
And among Republicans of all ages, Gen Z stands out.
Which is all the more hilarious as this very article goes on and on endlessly with stuff like this:
Gen Z is the most racially and ethnically diverse generation in America, with just 52% of 6- to 21-year-olds identifying as non-Hispanic whites, according to Pew. They’re also more diverse in terms of understanding gender, with 35% saying they know someone who uses gender-neutral pronouns, substantially more than any other generation.
According to Pew, 62% of Gen Z sees diversity as good for society, in line with the millennial generation and significantly higher than Gen X (52%), boomer (48%), and silent (42%). Some 59% believe forms should include options other than “man” or “woman,” significantly more than the 50% of millennials who believe the same.
Chubby white girl might be attractive if she lost some weight.
And wasn’t a race traitor.
Baschnagel understands the sometimes faulty nature of news in the current age, and at The Collegian, she strives to ensure no bias, misinformation or misleading comments weasel their way into the limelight.
She’s working hard for the money all night long to make sure no “bias, misinformation or misleading comments” find their way into the “news.”
Meanwhile, in an article which can not be found on the Collegian website, we are told that “according to the National Institutes of Health, compared to cigarette smoke, dope contains 50% more benzopyrene and 75% more benzanthracene, key carcinogens present in tobacco smoke.”
Marijuana smoke contains about 50% more benzopyrene and nearly 75% more benzanthracene, both polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon procarcinogens, than the smoke from a comparable quantity of an unfiltered Kentucky reference tobacco cigarette, as well as other carcinogens and cocarcinogens found in tobacco smoke, including phenols, vinyl chlorides, nitrosamines, and reactive oxygen species (2, 3). Moreover, differences in the technique of smoking marijuana compared with tobacco, including deeper inhalation and much longer breath-holding time, in addition to the lower rod filtration offered by the more loosely packed marijuana in a “joint,” result in a fourfold increase in deposition of the tar from marijuana than from a comparable amount of tobacco (27), thus amplifying exposure of the lung to the carcinogens within the smoke.
Meanwhile, another “study” tell us things we already knew.
Having access to legal recreational cannabis appears to cause a 20% higher likelihood of its use, according to a new study from the universities of Minnesota and Colorado.
Meanwhile zoomer girls are strong and independent.
CHAARG, which stands for Changing Health, Attitudes and Actions to Recreate Girls, is a club at Colorado State University that is also present at over 100 other college campuses nationwide, according to Taylor Wittwer, chapter ambassador for CHAARG CSU.
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CHAARG focuses on exposing members to new ways to stay fit rather than traditional cardio machines at the gym.
“We aim to try different types of workouts (every week) so that when (members) haven’t tried CrossFit or yoga, for example, we want them to feel … comfortable and proud of themselves for trying something new,” Wittwer said.
The $50 club membership fee includes 11 weekly workouts in a semester and small group activities.
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“Small groups are a way to get to know other women in CHAARG better,” Shoemaker said. “You can do workouts together; you can go get coffee, go for a hike or go for a walk. … It really keeps you on track with balancing college (and) social life and also prioritizing your health.”
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From a perspective as vice president of media, Shoemaker said possible improvements for CHAARG include “just continuing to grow our chapter and being inclusive with all of our socials. I think (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) things will always be something we can improve upon because we are constantly learning.”
Then there is the CSUnicorn Task Force. Trannies wearing unicorn costumes for the purpose of protecting the “more conservative than the millennials” zoomers from people talking about Jesus and burning in Hell on the plaza.
Think of them as single horn mobile safe spaces.
“There are a lot of queer and trans folks in particular who have a lot of religious trauma, so a lot of the incidents where there’s really aggressive preaching and spreading messages of intolerance against our community — it’s not just annoying, it can be really triggering and pretty tough for folks to deal with,” said Ali Owens, another unicorn.
Wait. Fags and trannies have trauma? Why . . . Who knew?
And how about this Ali Owens? This thing is almost deserving of it’s own podcast. I don’t talk about any of this in the podcast. If you’d like to experience additional evidence of the decay of Western Civilization scroll on down and follow the links.
Upon entering my Science and Technology in Society class, I am momentarily bewildered as to how I am even supposed to enter. The room is comprised of tables accommodating two chairs each, but they have been pushed together to form long chains of tables with no aisles in between and very little room between the chairs and the row of tables behind them. The spaces around the edges of the tables are too narrow for me to walk through, so I stumble over a few seated people and plop down in the only chair I can actually physically get to, which is all the way in the back.
When class ends, I approach my professor and explain the situation to her. I ask if it’s possible to move the tables in such a way that I can get around the room more easily. She is extremely understanding and works out a table arrangement with me right then and there, which I appreciate.
Still, I don’t love the fact that I had to draw attention to the size of my body in such a way. It feels dehumanizing and embarrassing.
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After lunch, I make my way to Quantitative Sociological Analysis. I notice with dismay that I’ll be dealing with minuscule desks again, and that they are even worse than those in my first class. These are the kind where the armrest folds down along the side, and when I take a seat and attempt to put the desk top in place over my lap, I realize right away that there is no way this will work. The desk top stops at a sharp slant, unable to lie flat because of my belly and thighs in the way, and the angle is such that I will not be able to set anything on it, use my laptop, or even take handwritten notes.
I look around the room. There are no other seating options except a table designated for wheelchair users. No one is sitting at it. I get up and approach the professor before she begins class. “Excuse me,” I say. The room is small and quiet, and I am very aware that everyone in the place can hear me. “I don’t fit in these desks.”
She looks horrified, though not at me; horrified in the way people are when their attention is suddenly drawn to a privilege they’ve always taken for granted. “I’m so sorry,” she says, but then seems to not know what else to do. I gesture toward the wheelchair-accessible table. “Do you know if anyone will need to use this? If not, can I sit there?”
She tells me to use the table and that we will figure something out if someone comes in using a wheelchair. The table is conspicuous, and so am I. I know everyone is thinking about my size, which is not at all paranoid, given the fact that I just had to publicly draw attention to my fatness. Once again, I feel humiliated and dehumanized.
“After lunch.” There is your problem. It feels “humiliated and dehumanized” but not enough of either to stop being fat.
After all, being fat is where it gets it’s power over others.
Maybe she should write a book about her struggle. She could call it My Struggle. What’s that? She did write a book about it? Well . . . Who saw that coming.
Ali will read from her book, followed by a book signing.
Equal parts memoir and self-help, Bad Fat Person: A Reflection on Plus-Size Bodies in a Cookie Cutter Culture explores our society’s toxic attitude toward weight and beauty and asks the imperative question: what if we could love ourselves right now, just as we are? Offering a fresh perspective and practical applications, this book is a must-read for anyone who’s ever allowed their struggle with body image to limit their life!
What the hell is this thing? Unicorn? Author? Fattie? All that and more!
“Ali Owens (they/them/theirs) is an undergraduate student double-majoring in Sociology and Women’s & Gender Studies, with a minor in Creative Writing. With a passion for decolonization, dismantling oppressive systems, and abolitionist praxis, they plan to dedicate their life and work to liberatory movements and advocacy for marginalized populations. At CSU, they act as co-facilitator of the Pride Leadership Council, where they engage others at the Pride Resource Center in advocacy work to address issues of marginalization for the University’s queer and trans community. Their superpowers are empathy, intersectional analysis, and using creative expression as fuel for powerful social change.”
If you wanna see an entire page of freaks click the link above. These are the zoomers. This is where cuckservatives are sending their children, especially their daughters, for “education.” This is why we can nothing other than enjoy the decline.
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