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(MSNBC)   102-year-old going back to college after being awarded scholarship, plans to drink herself stupid, nail as many frat boys as possible, correct the history professor every two minutes   (today.msnbc.msn.com) divider line 6
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2012-09-28 10:23:01 AM  
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Itstoearly: Sounds like a huge waste of a scholarship. This woman will never live long enough for her education to contribute back to society the value of the scholarship.


Heck if she could correct the history prof and they actually listen, then she could actually contribute more then most people that get a bogus degree.
2012-09-28 10:19:33 AM  
2 votes:
Sounds like a huge waste of a scholarship. This woman will never live long enough for her education to contribute back to society the value of the scholarship.
2012-09-28 10:14:58 AM  
2 votes:
Suddenly being a 39 year old back in school doesn't seem so bad.

/Actually it's pretty nice when the weather is warm and the girls are wearing tank tops
2012-09-28 10:26:15 AM  
1 votes:
I have a new role model.

Sounds like she'll be correcting her Business professors actually. Think Rodney Dangerfield in "Back to School".
2012-09-28 10:23:24 AM  
1 votes:
Great headline subby, I lol'd
2012-09-28 10:16:52 AM  
1 votes:
get rid of the 1 at the beginning and all of a sudden you're nailing a 2 year old
 
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