Santa Barbara Killing Can Be Blamed in Part on Corrupt College Culture

Colleges and Universities in this country helped cause the mass shooting of 14–with seven killed–in Santa Barbara, California this weekend. It is yet another example of how college is fast become a detriment to this country instead of a positive force.

The creep who perpetrated a drive by shooting killing seven, including himself, and wounding seven more, filmed himself explaining why he was about to go on a mass killing spree.

As the Daily Mail reports the killer blamed his spree on his inability to get a date.

“I’m 22 years old and I’m still a virgin. I’ve never even kissed a girl,” he says in the video.

“College is the time when everyone experiences those things such as sex and fun and pleasure. But in those years I’ve had to rot in loneliness. It’s not fair. You girls have never been attracted to me. I don’t know why you girls aren’t attracted to me. But I will punish you all for it,” he says in the video, which runs to almost seven minutes.

He repeatedly promises to “punish” women and lays out his plan for “retribution.”

“I’m going to enter the hottest sorority house of UCSB and I will slaughter every single spoilt, stuck-up, blonde s**t that I see inside there. All those girls that I’ve desired so much, they would’ve all rejected me and looked down on me as an inferior man if I ever made a sexual advance towards them,” he says.

The second paragraph above is a major problem where it concerns colleges.

You see, college is not “the time when everyone experiences those things such as sex and fun and pleasure.” College is the time to learn, to study, and to prepare yourself for your life as an adult.

It isn’t a sexual play land where a guy should expect to act out a porn star fantasy.

Unfortunately, that is what people have come to expect in college. It is just a place to have sexual romps, not a place to learn.

The colleges themselves reinforce this idiocy with foolish, anti-intellectual classes like “porn studies,” gay “studies,” and other such non-academic nonsense. The colleges also reinforce this moral corruption by allowing gay clubs, lesbian clubs, and celebrations such as “sex week,” sex toy displays, and visits to campus of people in unsavory and sometimes illegal professions.

This is all nothing new, of course. Colleges and universities stopped being places of learning when America’s worst generation–the yippies and other cretins from the 60s generation–successfully destroyed the authority of the college administration.

As the old saying goes, the inmates now run the asylum.

And so, this social misfit went to college with his daddy’s big Hollywood money and expected that his every sexual fantasy would be fulfilled there. And why shouldn’t he? That is what everyone has come to expect, isn’t it? This is how college is thought of, isn’t it?

What we need to do in this country is eliminate the college education as a prerequisite for every last entry-level job. Sure there are some jobs that should require a certain level of education. We wouldn’t want a young doctor to have no sort of specialty degree, after all. But a college degree is simply not a must for every last little job. We need to take the mystique out of a college degree. A degree is no magical elixir to assure a smart applicant.

But even that aside, we need to get sex out of education. All these clubs and absurd classes need to be eliminated. They are part of the root problem that caused this murder spree.

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  • Brucehenry

    What prudish ahistorical nonsense.

    College has always, way before the Sixties, been a place (for many) of bohemianism, sexual irresponsibility, “finding yourself.”

    Ever see “Les Mis” or read Hugo’s book? It was a college student who knocked up the innocent townie Fantine. College students have been chided for licentiousness since the Middle Ages, but who’s counting? Lol.

    This kid did indeed have an exaggerated fantasy of the sexual paradise that awaited him in college. He was mentally ill, though, obviously, as attested to by the fact that millions of 22 year old college virgins don’t shoot up their campuses.

    • Paul Hooson

      I have to agree here. This kid had mental illness so he had poor social integration with girls. He could have had some girlfriends, puppy love or even sexual fun of some type as early as grade school if he hadn’t been so disturbed and socially unskilled.

      • Hugh Conrad

        He could have gone to a brothel, in Nevada for gosh sakes! Heck, those kids would be alive if brothels were legal in Cal!!

        • jim_m

          Doubtful. Someone who is this screwed up is going to have some reason.

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            And if the press did their fracking jobs we’d find a violent incident buried somewhere in this insane child’s history.

        • Jennifer LaRose

          If you read his manifesto, he writes about seeing porn on his friend’s computer when he was around 13 or so. It freaked him out and he couldn’t imagine anybody doing that, and it was only heterosexual sex. So on one hand he had a serious problem with the concept of sex, while also assuming that every woman he met OWED him sex. There was definitely something broken in his thinking. I’m not sure a brothel could fix that.

      • pdigaudio

        It comes down to a sense of right and wrong. His sex life was better than mine has ever been. Do you see me going on a shooting and stabbing rampage? No.

        • Brucehenry

          The kid had NO sex life. That’s because he gave off a creepy vibe that weirded out any girl he met.

          • http://www.harlemghost.blogspot.com/ HarlemGhost

            plenty of weird guys get some … Manson got plenty and he had weird vibe aplenty …

          • Commander_Chico

            As he said, his sex life was better than this guy’s.

  • jim_m

    I can’t lay this at the feet of academia. As corrupt and idiotic as they all are they are not responsible for a solitary mentally ill student. Perhaps they should be responsible if he demonstrated signs of mental instability and of being a danger to others, but then only for reporting those issues and not for his subsequent actions.

    My guess is that this is yet another mentally disturbed individual and while it is likely that he is a lefty (due to geography, age group etc) it is not proof of lefty corruption, there is abundant evidence of that fact without attributing this incident to them.

    I won’t stand on the bodies of the victims like leftists do to prove a point.

    • warnertoddhuston

      I said in part, not in total.

      • Paul Hooson

        I think you just need a little more sex in your life, Warner, then you’ll have a whole new positive outlook on the world! – Here at the strip club, my girlfriends stop by in my office for sexual play. I tell you, it’s pretty nice to have a girl stop by to see you at work and give you oral sex or other fun play. It sure makes the work day real fun and leaves me with a smile on my face as broad as the Grand Canyon all day long!

        • jim_m

          I think you need to get your head out of your ass, Paul.

          • Paul Hooson

            I think you meant to say that I need to get my head out of her ass….There’s a big difference there….

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            The shock would almost certainly kill him. I endorse your suggestion!

      • Commander_Chico

        Easy access to guns also can be blamed “in part.”

        So you can blame the First Amendment or the Second Amendment. Either way, it’s not really productive pointing the finger at others and institutions.

        • Retired military

          ” Either way, it’s not really productive pointing the finger at others and institutions.”
          You should know you are an expert at it.

          • Commander_Chico

            in this case.

  • jim_m

    You know, if he was rejected by all girl, then doesn’t it make sense to go after the ugly ones who would have had far less of a reason to reject him? It really makes no sense.

    But as the song says: Women seem wicked when you’re unwanted. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJY8jJkDoMY

    • Paul Hooson

      Love this song, Jim. One of the greatest and most profound songs ever written. Jim Morrison is one of my favorites. I own a big collection of rare Doors bootlegs of rare songs of theirs as well.

    • Commander_Chico

      This video explains why he could not get girls. It was made just before the shootings:

      • jim_m

        He should have just paid for it like you do.

        • Commander_Chico

          I haven’t paid for it since 1977 in Juarez. I bet you pay more for it than I do: support, gifts, dinners, etc.

          • Retired military

            I didn’t know the donkeys in the sex show had to pay. After all Chico you are the perfect ass.

          • Commander_Chico

            That’s what she said when I got undressed – “como un burro!!”

          • Retired military

            Yeah she said “Hey how do you expect the burro to get excited and complete the act with no balls”

  • Paul Hooson

    Hell, I had girls in high school when i was in high school who invited me over to their house, which I thought was sort of late. Other boys back in grade school told me they were invited by the girls to strip tease parties. One of my friends swam nude with a girl in the family swimming pool. When her dad found out she was swimming nude with boys her dad gave her a belt spanking. Then she called up the boys to come over to model nude her spanking marks for them. – The bottom line is that kids in school engage in sexual play with other at most ages. If this college kid wasn’t so disturbed he could have had some girlfriends back as far as fifth or sixth grade.

  • Commander_Chico

    This guy was good looking in a somewhat effeminate way, had high social status through his Hollywood dad, and a BMW. He could have been surrounded by girls, but he was so weird and entitled that he forgot you have to actually talk to them and engage them on the primitive level to get them.

    Instead of figuring out what he was doing wrong and improving himself, he blamed the “jocks and frat boys” who are making your daughters in college wet in the panties.

    • Paul Hooson

      Good character study in a nutshell!

  • Par4Course

    This morning I heard a psychologist on TV blaming the cops for not taking Mr. Rodger for a mental health exam. Now I see Warner blaming academia. How about a little personal responsibility? This guy had a privileged life. His dad was a Hollywood director, he drove a BMW and went to school in a beautiful location. Yet because of his privileged mind set, he sat around feeling sorry for himself because he was a virgin, writing a “manifesto” and planning mass murder. This guy was a weird, self-centered f—, who could have had a great life if he had not been consumed with undeserved self pity.

    • Jimcima

      There is no doubt this is all true, although I would argue that by the end he had full-blown mental illness and so I assume he didn’t get the help the needed when it started to manifest in early life. In other words, his entitlement and wealth reflected how his illness presented itself but didn’t cause him to commit murder.

      But it also clear that we also have a culture that doesn’t deal well with mental illness and one that refuses to take steps to keep guns out of the hands of the violently mentally ill.

      • Par4Course

        You say: “…we also have a culture that … refuses to take steps to keep guns out of the hands of the violently mentally ill.” What steps do you think should be taken? If psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health counselors start reporting to the authorities about all their patients of whom they have any suspicions, no one will want to get mental health care. I doubt there really is any workable way to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill who may become violent. Our politicians want to take guns away from the law-abiding sane citizens because they are the easiest people to disarm – not because it will prevent tragedies like the one in Santa Barbara.

        • Jimcima

          “Our politicians want to take guns away from the law-abiding sane citizens”? Based on what evidence? Their complete lack of doing so even though they have that power? Are you insinuating they’re afraid of the voters? Because if so that’s just adorable.

          Every survey shows that a large majority of voters what laws that keep guns out of hands of violent criminals like Elliot Rogers. Hell, every person with a lick of common sense wants to keep guns away from people considering engaging in a murder rampage.

          We also have a multi-billion dollar gun industry fronted by their lobbyists in the NRA who have a financial interest in making sure the Elliot Rogers of the world retain their ability to spend money on firearms, and if innocent college kids (or preschoolers or mall shoppers or coworkers or churchgoers) have to die to keep the profits flowing then so be it. You must be new around these parts because American capitalism and American politics runs on money not votes, and certainly not public opinion or concern for the innocent victims of gun massacres.

          As to your assertion that “nothing can be done” clearly a lot of things can be done, proven by the fact that 30 years ago mass gun murders were virtually unknown and now are commonplace. Something changed, and it’s up to you to figure it out and rectify it – your irresponsible (and sadly typical) “oh well people are going to die so I can keep my gun” attitude isn’t going to cut it anymore.

  • LiberalNightmare

    I predict we wont hear much more about this story.

    It all boils down to a good kid from a lefty family who legally purchased all of his weapons (including 41 10 round magazines) and was under medical supervision.

    This wont advance the libocrats agenda.

    • Commander_Chico

      I predict we won’t hear the end of it.

      It’s got the Hollywood connection and too many angles.

  • JennOfArk

    You graduated college after the ’60s. So you’re telling us you didn’t learn anything?

    Color me surprised.

    • warnertoddhuston

      Who ARE you talking to… who is this “you” of whom you speak?

      • JennOfArk

        That would be you, who claims that colleges and universities stopped being places of learning after the 1960s.

        I note that you claim in your bio that your work has appeared in “several college textbooks,” no titles cited, so I guess you must be a part of the problem.

        • warnertoddhuston

          LOL. And you are part of the stupid.

  • Atrios

    whatever happened to democracy! whisky! sexy!

    • Commander_Chico

      Welcome Atrios!

    • Commander_Chico

      Welcome Atrios!

    • Retired military

      whatever happened to democracy


      Welcome to Obamerica.

  • Dan Lee Uhl

    “This is all nothing new, of course. Colleges and universities stopped being places of learning when America’s worst generation–the yippies and other cretins from the 60s generation–successfully destroyed the authority of the college administration.”
    No, it began when those college administrators started catering to football/rape culture, but you’ve got an anti-gay, anti-anti-establishment hobbyhorse, and it’s not going to ride itself, now is it? No, the problem began when football programs took over (strangely, also during the Sixties, the writer hates with such passion — but not the buzz-cut jocks who started the college rape culture — with the assistance of coaches, faculty, and administrators) in the first place. But no, it was all those pot-smoking hippies rolling around in the mud, not those testosterone junkies, who then had to prove their manhood with hapless cheerleaders. Yup, those hippies were the problem. (snerk!)

    • Walter_Cronanty

      Oh dear: “Rape Culture.” Yikes. What’s wrong Dannie, were you bullied by those mean football players?

    • Commander_Chico

      Hapless cheerleaders? What kind of patriarchal BS is that?

      Those cheerleaders were ecstatic to ride that jock cock.

    • jim_m

      Catering to the rape culture? Like when feminists excused Bill Clinton’s history of sexual assault and sexual harassment?

      AS to the existence of a “rape cuture” http://akarlin.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/rape-rates-usa-ncvs.jpg

      So fuck you and your bullshit, ideologically driven lies. There is no rape culture there is only an ideologically driven line of propaganda that is being used to advance a political agenda and that propaganda has no relation to the truth. Rape has been declining in this country for 40 years.

      If you are going to lie about something better make it something where the statistical data isn’t readily available and you had better lie to a bunch of dumbass lefties who lack the ability to think for themselves.

      Based on the graph I would say that the hippies really were the problem since as they have gotten older and started to die off the incidence of rape has markedly declined.

    • Jwb10001

      Don’t forget to mention income inequity and racism, your rant isn’t complete until you check off all the liberal buzz words.

  • Dan Lee Uhl

    And we must absolutely ignore the ease with which he acquired his guns. Much easier to blame hippies and hedonists. Intellectual lightweight.

    • jim_m

      I would call an intellectual lightweight someone who declares that there is an epidemic of rape going on despite the fact that crime victimization statistics show that rape has been declining in this country for 40 years.

      You’re full of crap buddy and the data doesn’t back your BS up. You need more than ideology to prove a point.

    • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

      What is needed is crazy control.

  • Justin

    F@ck off wingnut, I thought you were the party of personal responsibility. Why not just blame this on mental health like you always do?

  • Mike Hawk

    Lordy, lordy. Daddy didn’t give you enough attention, so here you are. PAY ATTENTION TO ME! WAAAH!

  • Laura Knight-Jadczyk

    Mr. Huston, it’s worse than anybody thinks, I think. Check this out:

    Mummy, why is Daddy wearing a dress? Daddy, why does Mummy have a moustache?
    http://www.sott.net/article/279645-Mummy-why-is-Daddy-wearing-a-dress-Daddy-why-does-Mummy-have-a-moustache

  • Snake Plissken

    Charlton Heston and Ronald Reagan are resting comfortably knowing they had to pry the gun from the mass murderer’s cold dead hands

    • Askwatch

      And the knife.

  • Brucehenry

    Warner has a liberal-bashing hammer — it’s the only tool in his toolkit — and so every problem, every issue, looks like a liberal nail to him.

    Here are a couple of links offering viewpoints that, unsurprisingly, the white middle aged males (including myself) who make up the Wizbang commentariat may not have considered.

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2014/05/24/elliot_rodger_the_pick_up_artist_community_s_predictable_horrible_response.html

    http://vixenstrangelymakesuncommonsense.blogspot.com/2014/05/men-who-hate-women.html

    I’m not claiming these articles explain the shootings in a neat tidy package, but they have at least as much credibility as Warner’s theory that dirty fucking hippies and pointy-headed egghead professors are to blame.

    Found both links on Balloon Juice btw.

    • warnertoddhuston

      … A broocie gives us two far, far left wing websites to claim that others are being non partisan in their view on the issue…

      • Brucehenry

        One, I made no such claim — taking reading lessons from Jim? And two, far far left? Slate? Liberal, sure, but not Pravda.

    • jim_m

      I take it that since you think that Warner’s position is BS that you are also saying that your links are BS. Thanks for sharing.

      • Brucehenry

        Can’t fucking read

        • jim_m

          You said they had “at least as much credibility”, which could be construed to mean they are just as bad.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes it could be construed to mean that by people who can’t fucking read.

          • jim_m

            People who are so poorly educated that they do not understand the English language would say exactly what you are.

            Just because you are too stupid to realize that my interpretation lies within the bounds of the literal meaning of what you wrote isn’t my fault.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes I was poorly educated. But so, manifestly, were you. The difference is your parents were robbed of $100,000 to obtain your poor education.

          • jim_m

            Keep digging. I just pointed out that my interpretation was legitimate within the literal meaning of your statement. Sure, I recognize that you probably meant something else, but that wasn’t the point.

            The secondary point is that you are so freaking uneducated that you are incapable of recognizing that your words may have interpretations other than what you intended. You are limited to the conventional and incapable of thinking of the alternative.

          • Brucehenry

            “Sure I recognize that you probably meant something else.”

            I beg your pardon, my mistake. In this particular case, then, it’s not that you can’t fucking read. This is just a case of your dishonestly twisting the meaning of what I wrote in order to make a dishonest point. Your pathetic need to “score” a point in the rhetorical game that only you are playing.

            Now, most of the time when you get shit wrong, it’s because you can’t fucking read. Either you misunderstand the plain meaning of the words in front of you, or else words appear in front of you that no one else can see.

            But in this particular instance it’s because you’re dishonest. Got it.

            You didn’t take Ethics 101 OR Logic 101 when your parents spent $100,000 to miseducate you.

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            FOAD.

          • jim_m

            It’s not dishonest. I thought that my intent was clear for anyone with the wit to see that I was being deliberately obtuse for the purpose of egging you on. I suppose that my job was simply made easy by the low level of intelligence of my target.

            I suppose I should stop because picking on the mentally retarded isn’t very nice.

          • Brucehenry

            OK I stand corrected LOL. Wow jokes are funny once they’re explained.

          • jim_m

            That’s OK. I’m sure that happens a lot for you.

          • Brucehenry

            Now, what again makes this one funny?

          • jim_m

            Just you and your outrage.

          • Brucehenry

            Oh okay not as good as the first one sorry

          • jim_m

            Apology accepted.

  • warnertoddhuston

    Heh, I have to laugh. The left has gotten all up in arms by me attacking the extremist, liberal bastion of their miseducation establishment. Both the far left wing Raw Story and the extremist Village Voice in NY have cited this post this week.

    • Brucehenry

      What, no links?

      • warnertoddhuston

        LOL. That they “reported” on it at all proves they were up in arms. Of course, the Village Voice has attacked me a number of times. It cracks me up, really.

        • Commander_Chico

          Bruce and I made you who are today, Warner.

          • warnertoddhuston

            LOL. And I thank you both.

    • jim_m

      Yes, the lefties are all up in arms, but I think it is off base to blame the academic culture for this.

    • NepotismIsDomesticTerrorism

      Son,
      Can anyone dare to question you without you labeling them “far left wing”?
      Just wondering…

      • warnertoddhuston

        If I was YOUR son, I’d have come to agree with abortion.

        • NepotismIsDomesticTerrorism

          How does such a response further the factual basis for your position on the Second Amendment and/or employing smear tactics against those who dare to take a stance on any issue contrary to your own?
          Do you believe the aforementioned response conveys reason, rationale, logic, maturity, and/or any sort of measured tone to those you seek to persuade to agree with you on this or any other matter?
          If so, how?

          • warnertoddhuston

            I am amused you think I should treat you as important enough to debate.

          • NepotismIsDomesticTerrorism

            No, you have no responsibility to treat me as “important enough to debate”.
            Not my point. Never was.
            Simply a matter of common courtesy and nothing more. Ever read the line, “You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.”
            Way I read it, and I could be incorrect, you have a position on an issue. You want others to side with your position. Makes sense.
            When others fail to agree with your position, you seem to smear them with labels and even go so far as to suggest some manner of “abortion” – either of the person who dares to disagree with you or of their children.
            Forget about asking your factual basis for assuming another person’s parental status; that bogs things down in the trivial and, quite frankly, is far too easy as it plays to the well-proven line about one who opts to ASSume choosing to make a … well, you get the point.
            Do you actually expect people, whether they have written a position contrary to your own or are merely reading your own words and stance on an issue, to find your tactics motivational and/or convincing?
            Also, unaware of your religious status but mindful of the “morality”-based stance taken by Conservatives and members of the Tea Party, do you find your slurs and tactics in keeping with the religions and morality of your fellow Conservatives and/or members of the Tea Party?
            If so, will you please cite a passage from the Bible, Torah, or Koran that affirms your alliance with Deity and morality?

  • CleanCut

    Todd Huston and Elliot Rodger have a hell of a lot in common. They’re both attacking others to avenge their own sexual dysfunction.

    • warnertoddhuston

      You are a typical, uninformed, hate-filled, inhuman liberal, sad to say. Nothing special about you at all. Well, short of the “special” bus you rode to school in.

    • warnertoddhuston

      A typical, hate-filled reply.

  • Hugh Conrad

    Why can’t wingnuts ever say something intelligent after a mass murder spree?

  • Hugh Conrad

    Filed under corruption, Culture, Culture Of Corruption, Democrats, Liberals.

    —————
    What, no mention of Newt Gingrich’s and Rush Limbaugh’s attacks on the institution of religious marriage with their many wives?

    • Jwb10001

      Filed under can’t focus on the topic has to bring up Gingrich and Limbaugh.

      • Hugh Conrad

        So many wives – they so makes it easy to destroy marriage as an institution to respect!

  • Valerie Roberts

    Breitbart Contributor Blames UCSB Shooting on ‘Corrupt College Culture’

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/breitbart-contributor-blames-ucsb-shooting-on-corrupt-college-culture/

    :)

    • warnertoddhuston

      Hilarious. Love it.

    • warnertoddhuston

      Of course, there is another group who I’ve blamed for this corrupt, useless college culture in the USA: Conservatives.

      Decades ago, in fact starting at the turn of last century, conservatives wholly vacated the field of education abandoning it to the un-American, authoritarian, anti-intellectual, left.

      Conservatives have this stupid assumption that they can take millions of students trained to be good little communists from Kindergarten on and then, when these kids turn 25, re-train them to be Americans. For the bulk of them, though, the indoctrination stays and conservatives can only reclaim a tiny percentage for America. Unfortunately, most become the Broocies and Kamander KhiKos of the world.

      Conservatives are stupid to think that the 25 years kids are indoctrinated in leftism can be easily undone by the truth. Conservatives need a Federalist Society effort for education or they will continue to fight a too late, rear guard action.

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        tut tut stick to beck’s script waterboy

        it was princeton president wilson that poisoned the wells, remember?

    • Snake Plissken

      Another angry, old, whiny, right winger … big shocker

      He got shot down my all the universities he wanted to attend and 40 years later he’s still not over it.

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        gingrich syndrome

        the great atlanta suburban quitter will never forgive bill and hil for his not having been invited to the cool campus parties back back back when

  • http://sellingthesecondamendment.com/ Gregory Smith

    Bot the left and the right are engaging in collectivism , blaming an individual act on collective morality, collective gun ownership, etc. Folks, there are millions of sexually frustrated men who didn’t shoot anyone. “Gay studies” does not kill people, neither do guns, INDIVIDUALS kill people.

    What we need to do is fight for pro-gun laws in college and everywhere else so we never have to be soft targets. If there’s an arsonist in town, do you ban movies like Firestarter or do you allow fire sprinklers? The issue isn’t cultural, and even if our society were to be turned into Saudi Arabia or Iran, there’s no guarantee that we’ll never experience a mass shooting again, but perhaps we’ll have a fighting chance instead of having to wait for a cop to show up for for the killer to give up.

  • Eric Toth

    god, conservatives are fucking stupid!

    • Jwb10001

      And that’s an intelligent comment?

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        no it’s an intelligent observation

      • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

        It seems the “best” one of such limited means can produce, at any rate.

  • http://www.harlemghost.blogspot.com/ HarlemGhost

    This is the same school that has an annual illegal street party with over 10,000 drunken students milling about the streets … (alot of out of towners at said party)

    • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

      perfect justification for stalkings and shooting

  • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

    lord god in heaven the glowing radioctive smuggery of this exervcise in proud wilful stupidity is almost beyond measure

    • warnertoddhuston

      Nice spelling. There is a typical example of our system of miseducation.

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        while you’re at it, could you tell us about the system of education that has left you unable to distinguish between mis-spelling and mis-typing?

        • jim_m

          I suppose that the lack of proper capitalization and absence of punctuation is just “mis-typing”.

          If you are going to call someone stupid the least you could do is make an attempt to look like you know how to write a complete sentence. Perfection is not required. Your lack of any effort in that regard makes your accusation look weak.

          • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

            jtgillick has the right convince everyone who reads his comments that he is an ill educated dolt.

          • warnertoddhuston

            What is funnier is that jtdick here has spammed the hell out of this thread showing he is mentally unbalanced, too. I mean, who would come to a site, read 100 comments, then spam the page with 100 more? Maybe his night nurse at the home he lives in forgot to turn the computer off in the day room?

          • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

            my goodness you are quite the little glutton for punishment aren’t you

            one can’t help but admire in a very condescending and dismissive way your commitment to the idea that generalized secretarial skills and the “rules” of “proper” expression in the english language that you had drummed into you in grade school have the force of god’s law – that’s quite the value system you’ve subscribed yourself to

            tell us please: is mundanity a religion for you or just a personal choice

          • jim_m

            Yes, thank you for proving my point. It takes little effort to write with the correct style and grammar. While omission of capitals might have been the way of ee cummings, I think we can safely assume that you are not he. All this shows is that you are lazy.

          • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

            how much effort does it take to not only disingenuously* labor to make* my rather more kerouakian than cummingsesque style an issue but to pursue it well after it has been conclusively demonstrated more by your contributions than mine that you actually have nothing to say to the issue but everything to say to the choir

            I particularly like how you sad little auto-didacts bust your hump to parade around as cosplay wfb’s and yet almost invariably immediately on being confronted with anyone who can write a sentence of more than two clauses use a vocabulary somewhat larger than that harper-collins advises for fiction for the 12-14 audience or an argument of more than three paragraphs you start mincing around the middle-school lunchroom table with one hand on your hip and the other with pinky upheld in what you think is a searing caricature of libtard-gay while chanting ooooo mr educated ooooo mr thesaurus oooo mr special as if your recognition of my outstripping your low-bar cultural limitations were proof of …

            … whatever
            ————————-

            NEXT UP: the great leader’s or the great leader’s posse’s 1st variation on the inevitable jhs-psych-speak attempt to label me as deranged obsessed etc – unless i’ve lost the rhythm of this sad little decades-classic flame war dance and before that come the announcements that my comments are incoherent and incomprehensible (which perhaps to you they are)

            FOLLOWED BY: a staged reading from the Chicago Manual of Style (1st edition)

            —————

            * from the outset it was IOTTCO – including your desperately self-referential self – that what you are pleased to comfort yourself with striveful** dismissal of as spelling and punctuation errors were as said typos and choices

            ** calm down it’s perfectly legal*** – i’m a fully licensed and board-certified neologist

            ***or if you so prefer perfectly cromulent

          • jim_m

            Wow. I was going to say that your style was deliberately pretentious, but I think you have accomplished making that clear to everyone without my help.

          • warnertoddhuston

            Look. The little fella even knows how to use a Thesaurus… and, no, that isn’t a dinosaur.

          • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

            no it’s the lake monster in BORED OF THE RINGS

        • warnertoddhuston

          Ermmm, maybe the same one that told you that you were a special little snowflake even though you turn in bad work that you don’t even proof read? Idiot.

          • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

            o my another note from the secretarial pool

            proofreading is what we hire clenchies like you for

          • cz

            Kettle black?! ” There is a typical example of our system of miseducation” Warner, the expression “Cant Understand Normal Thinking” springs to mind, having read your above comment! At a guess, looking at your profile picture and having read some of your posts I`m guessing that you are a SWM, divorced aged between 55-65, overweight, bordering on the obese, few friends, loner with a penchant for pornography and cheap booze! In other words, you`re a complete and utter loser.

          • Brucehenry

            I thought you were “leaving this place.”

            You promised.

        • Jwb10001

          How does one distinguish mis-spelling from mis-typing?

          • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

            common sense

      • cz

        And syntax! Surely you mean “That is” or “Here is*as opposed to “there is”! Warner, you are a pedant. In your “Bio”, you list the so called publications that you have written for. Man up and list the schools that you have attended and the qualifications that you have received. At a guess, the schools are third rate and the subjects less so. As for sexual morality, and your trenchant views; get some help, you need it. Either that, or you give up on the drugs or you stick to your medication. Were I a Firearms Licensing Officer, you would not be considered a suitable candidate for ownership of a firearm, let alone concealed or open carry. You are a very sick man…

    • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

      Time, distance, and sheilding are your friends.

      Buh bye.

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        spelt (not the grain): “shielding”

    • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

      for those of mundane mind who lack the capacity or inclination to grasp the range and depth of flexibility in usage contemporary english affords us allow me to explain -

      capitalization and punctuation are conventions not laws and both can be and often are subsumed to a chosen style – and i at times wilfully spell wilful as it has usually been spelled since its introduction in the late Middle Ages through the 19th century – OED anyone?

      finally* if i may: comments pages are not SAT essay tests nor submitted as an exercise in english composition 101 – but if you really need to get off on your would-be exercise in cultural hall-monitoring why not just go off somewhere and start parsing twitter

      *and that’s enough time and energy committed to slapping down you wee sillies who want to conduct a flame-war by lighting their own brain-farts in the dark – feel free to carry on with your acting out your cultural insecurities and social resentments without me

      • http://wizbangblog.com/author/rodney-graves/ Rodney G. Graves

        TCDR

        • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

          setting the bar a little low for yourself there bunkie

          but hey i admire your honesty and courage in declaring your limitations so openly

  • Brucehenry

    STOP THE FUCKING PRESSES WARNER MADE WONKETTE

    http://wonkette.com/550127/a-childrens-treasury-of-stupid-bloviating-about-the-isla-vista-murders#more-550127

    Awesome, Warner. Absolutely a new respect, dude.

    • warnertoddhuston

      LOL. THAT ISN’T THE FIRST TIME, BUT IT IS STILL FUNNY.
      I love it when they all go nuts.

    • warnertoddhuston

      They sort of went easy on me, though. I wanted to be the “stupidest man on the Internet.” But Jim Hoft won that honor. Sigh. I never get nuthin.

      • Brucehenry

        I’m sure it wasn’t an easy decision. And Hoft enjoys the advantage of incumbency.

        • warnertoddhuston

          LOL

      • http://jtgillick.com/ jtgillick

        hoft is neither immortal nor immoveable – but he has worked hard for years to earn his sobriquet

        yet despair not yung jejeune-i – you hang in there pitching just the way you have been there is a definite chance you’ll make it to at least the quarter-semi-demi-hemi-finals for unoffical designation as our new national SMOTI-pants

      • jim_m

        Hoft never corrects his errors (serious, meaningful, factual errors that are easily disproved). While he links to some interesting things it’s not his interpretation only that can be suspect it’s the basic facts that you need to double check.

  • cz

    Warner. I think Victorian Britain would have been too racy for you! You really need to get out more and experience life as you spend too much time publishing your rants on the interweb! Take a vacation, play some golf, go fishing (fly), go for a long walk and forget about writing anything for the rest of the year. Jay Tea, come back, all is forgiven!

    • Brucehenry

      Warner is every bit as good a writer, or better, than Jay Tea was. Way less full of himself, too.

      • cz

        Neither are writers, they are ranters and ravers, attention seekers and like empty vessels, they make an awful lot of noise. Jay Tea is mentally disturbed; Warner is a sad, fat lonely old man who spends too much time publishing shite articles.

        • Brucehenry

          Dude, it’s a blog comment section. Don’t hate.

          I criticize Warner all the time. He’s a nut, but he’s a nut who doesn’t take himself TOO seriously. Enough with the personal stuff.

          • cz

            I disagree. They spew vile on a daily basis with little or no regard nor respect for the dissenting view. If these guys were legitimate writers they would be writing for the MSM! The fact is, the web has allowed every muppet with a keyboard and a warped sense or morality to publish what they like. As for taking themselves seriously…………they take themselves far too seriously and the sad thing is, that they find other sad people who give them credence. I am new to the world of political blogs, but bloggers on both sides of the political divide are seriously warped and have done more to polarise society than any politician! I`m leaving this place.

          • Brucehenry

            Okay, bye!

          • Jwb10001

            Nice rant there raver. That spewing vile comment was especially respectful, I also like the respectful way you point our our warped sense of morality, nice touch. It’s always a wonder why we don’t particularly like to engage with folks like you. But hey you are clearly our better and we are so much improved from having you join our inbred little group of hillbillies, gun nuts and bible thumpers. Please by all means continue to find all your information from the approved MSM sources (excluding FOX of course.) Stop by now and then to make sure we’re not getting too uppity with our opinions and stuff OK?

          • cz

            Hillbillies, gun nuts and bible thumpers. First of all, I hail from the sticks, but now live in the big smoke. I enjoy my hunting and fishing, wish I could do more of it; the issue is a lack of time. And finally I am a Catholic. I believe in moderation. Too many amateur hacks, with too little knowledge and too many opinions. And too many (p)sycophants who are easily influenced because they are incapable of producing an original thought of their own. Ciao

  • tatoo

    Obviously, this guy has never been to college.

  • Observer

    This article is as stupid and draconian as they come.

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