Hypocrite’s white-guilt saves the day at Harvard (RE: HLS Library Book Talk | Lawrence Lessig, ”America, Compromised”)

“Prospective members of Congress now suck up only to rich people, which diverges from the noble framers’ noble intention, which was that such prospects should suck up to ‘the people’ broadly—i.e. rich, white, male landowners and not-so-rich, white, male landowners!”

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The vice, on the head and in the hearts, of the minions who plague Chicago and beyond (RE racist puppet Jussie Smollet forgiven for his hoax—that was Trump’s fault)

The functionally retarded niggers of the Congressional Black Caucus aka the Congressional Nigger Caucus (CNC) were aghast[1] after the veritable acquittal of hate-crime hoaxer Jussie “faggot nigger” Smollett—aghast because kike-controlled figurehead[2] Donald Trump failed to accept the mediocre nigger-justice farted out into popular culture. “And also,” sassed the CNC, “what about da white peepol who walked around on the University of Virginia campus?!”[3]

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RIP Willie Bo: that violence-glorifying degenerate dindu nuffin

When Mike Brown of Ferguson rapped about how he would “murder niggers for an ounce of marijuana,” and how he would attack people with his “hands of God,” and how “white people so petty,” and how he would “cut yo mama’s head off and fuck her dead body”—no one could have known that such a gentle giant would eventually be struck down by the bullets of a racist assassin cop, as the gentle giant was not doing nuffin.

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Shakespearean moot courts of Ivy League Law schools

“In reading any of Shakespeare’s dramas whatever, I was, from the very first, instantly convinced that he was lacking in the most important, if not the only, means of portraying characters: individuality of language, i.e., the style of speech of every person being natural to his character. This is absent from Shakespeare. All his characters speak, not their own, but always one and the same Shakespearian, pretentious, and unnatural language, in which not only they could not speak, but in which no living man ever has spoken or does speak.” Tolstoy, A critical Essay on Shakespeare (Trans. V. Tchertkoff and I. F. M.), ¶53.

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