UPDATE: Ray warned this morning, make sure this wasn’t photoshopped. We’ll keep an eye on it, but for now, it sure looks real to me.
UPDATE 2: An RVO reader notes I am the king of typos. Indeed. That’s why I was willing to give this one a pass, until I saw the same word misspelled twice. Conscious, or typo, you be the judge.
This is just too much. Maybe it’s all the global warming seminars they attend. Maybe it’s the time spent praising the one. Maybe it’s the “everyone is a winner” philosophy they get in grade school. But surely you would expect college students be able to spell, no?
First, from the Connecticut Post, a press release from UCONN students protesting higher tuition. I thought it might be a typo. But no, they truly believe legislators are legistlators. Yikes. (H/T Capitol Report)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
UCONN STUDENTS RETURN TO CAPITOL TO DEMAND ANSWERS AND ALSO HOLD FACULTY STUDENT FORUM AT STORRS.
Date: Thursday, March 4th.
Time: 12pm-3, 6-8pm
Place: State Capitol Legistlative Office Building
UConn students will be returning to the state capitol Thursday to continue the pressure on state legistlators to keep higher education a priority. UConn students hope to continue to engage all members of the CT community in finding solutions to our current fiscal crisis. To that end we will also be hosting a combined Faculty/Student meeting to discuss the current issues surrounding our campaign and develop a cohesive plan to mitigate the looming budget cuts. With so many states facing much worse financial situations, we believe it is imperative that we act now to save higher education in CT.
The second is a picture from another college demonstration in Washington states. At least they knew enough to write in the E …but someone forgot to cross out the apostrophe. Too much.
Notice the sign was made by the Socialist Workers. No wonder these damn lefties need the capitalists to support them.
PS: My spell check went crazy. It kept trying to force me to correct the college errors before it would let me post. Ha! I had to override. Toooooooo much.