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(NJ.com)   Riot breaks out in New Brunswick, NJ, after group of Rutgers University students realize they go to school in New Jersey   (nj.com) divider line 32
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2013-04-13 10:26:05 PM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-14 01:11:30 AM  
As a Rutgers University graduate, go fark yourself with a pineapple dipped in sriracha.
 
2013-04-14 01:34:35 AM  
Wasn't me. I've never once set fire to a couch in New Brunswick, There were a few loveseats and recliners a few weeks ago, but a whole couch? Geez, grow up, kids.
 
2013-04-14 03:42:42 AM  
I blame Don Imus.
 
2013-04-14 05:53:36 AM  
Why bring in the police when they could have just sent in Coach Rice?
 
2013-04-14 06:03:00 AM  
Well, it IS Rutgers.

That says enough.
 
2013-04-14 06:03:05 AM  
"The smell of stale beer and pot smoke hung over Delafield as cleanup crews mopped up after the all-day party turned unruly shortly after 5 pm."

What's wrong with New Jersey, subby?
 
2013-04-14 06:06:19 AM  
Send in the drones!
 
2013-04-14 06:36:49 AM  
Now THAT is how you celebrate Thatcher's death. Well done!
 
Pav
2013-04-14 06:42:53 AM  
This happened to several of my parties at U of Delaware back in the 90's. on one occasion I was responsible for talking to the cops and taking the inevitable ticket.  A cop came by and told me if I didn't end my party I was going downtown. He then went next door and busted in the front door to break up their party.  Out the back door of the next door party came about 200 people carrying kegs with them that just merged into my party.  I had a burst of inspiration and rushed to a phone to call the cops on my own party.  Turns out under covers were already in my back yard. As I watched from the other neighbors deck the cops started breaking up the party. Some douche threw a beer at the undercover which hit his shoulder and sprayed up his neck.  He didnt even look. He just turned around already in the act of spraying pepper spray.  When the dust settled the original cop came back to collect me.  He took me down to the station where I started acting like an ass to the cops demanding to know why I was there. Turns out since I called they couldn't hold me. I walked right out of there with the chief apologizing all over himself.

And that's my csb for the day

I have the coolest stories BRO
 
2013-04-14 06:49:05 AM  

Apos: I blame Don Imus.


Nappy-headed ho.
 
2013-04-14 07:14:55 AM  
I like how seven parties coalesced into one super party. "It's the Perfect Party."

When I went to Rutgers, this was usually saved for the end of the month, coinciding with Ag Field Day on Cook. Ah Ag Field Day, where I was obliterated at noon, handing out ice cream to kids. Handing out ice cream to my boss and her kids at my internship the previous summer.

Good times.
 
2013-04-14 07:16:24 AM  
Seems like the Guidos will fit right in with the other knuckle dragging B1G 10 public universities in the flyover states.
 
2013-04-14 07:30:45 AM  

RexTalionis: As a Rutgers University graduate, go fark yourself with a pineapple dipped in sriracha.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-14 08:00:19 AM  
college kids having fun? at least someone didn't drop a bomb to level the neighborhood. way to not over react, law enforcement. farking pathetic goons.

Subby: you wish you had attended Rutgers.
 
2013-04-14 08:09:49 AM  

portnoyd: I like how seven parties coalesced into one super party. "It's the Perfect Party."

When I went to Rutgers, this was usually saved for the end of the month, coinciding with Ag Field Day on Cook. Ah Ag Field Day, where I was obliterated at noon, handing out ice cream to kids. Handing out ice cream to my boss and her kids at my internship the previous summer.

Good times.


The best thing about Ag Field Day (now Rutgers Day)? The dogs! Dogs everywhere! Now that we just got a greyhound we were very excited to bring him in 2 weeks. But no, I have to go to a bachelor party in AC that day! With strippers and booze and hold 'em. It's not fair, consarnit!

/Also the jean jacket booth with airbrushed unicorns and the like is a laugh riot
//Pickles
///Occasionally good folk music
 
2013-04-14 08:11:27 AM  
www.wildsoundmovies.com
 
2013-04-14 09:05:42 AM  
Your party rights extend no further than my property rights. You can file your complaints with the off leash belgian malinois.
 
2013-04-14 09:14:55 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: What's wrong with New Jersey, subby?


It's full of people from New Jersey.

/not subby
 
2013-04-14 09:27:45 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "The smell of stale beer and pot smoke hung over Delafield as cleanup crews mopped up after the all-day party turned unruly shortly after 5 pm."

What's wrong with New Jersey, subby?



The smell of stale beer and pot smoke is all I remember from college.  And sex on twin sized beds.
 
2013-04-14 09:31:46 AM  

RexTalionis: As a Rutgers University graduate, go fark yourself with a pineapple dipped in sriracha.


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I'm a Rutgers grad as well.   The only thing more risible than a Rutgers student is a Rutgers grad.    You are typical of most Rutgers grads, you honestly believe you're as smart as the kids who went to an Ivy League school.   Rutgers was a mediocre school when I attended back in the 80's, and it's much worse now.   It went from being a Northeast joke of a school, to being a national joke of a school.   Princeton is located in NJ as well.  Why is it that I don't see stories like this about Princeton?

Good times at Rutgers  --

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzACFtRqrFs
 
2013-04-14 09:42:28 AM  
Actually, the New Brunswick campus is quite nice. Pretty little town. Woodsy, ag campus.

The Newark campus, now... well, honestly the center campus there is as nice as any city campus, and better than many since they actually have green spaces. And Newark the city isn't so bad either, if you know where to go. Ah, rodizio in the Ironbound........
 
2013-04-14 10:38:26 AM  

Fissile: RexTalionis: As a Rutgers University graduate, go fark yourself with a pineapple dipped in sriracha.

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I'm a Rutgers grad as well.   The only thing more risible than a Rutgers student is a Rutgers grad.    You are typical of most Rutgers grads, you honestly believe you're as smart as the kids who went to an Ivy League school.   Rutgers was a mediocre school when I attended back in the 80's, and it's much worse now.   It went from being a Northeast joke of a school, to being a national joke of a school.   Princeton is located in NJ as well.  Why is it that I don't see stories like this about Princeton?

Good times at Rutgers  --

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzACFtRqrFs


This
 
2013-04-14 12:07:05 PM  
Putting the rut in Rutgers
 
2013-04-14 12:43:50 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: "The smell of stale beer and pot smoke hung over Delafield as cleanup crews mopped up after the all-day party turned unruly shortly after 5 pm."

What's wrong with New Jersey, subby?


Subby is a mildly retarded trolling asshole who was trying to make a very lame Jersey joke and failed miserably.
 
2013-04-14 01:24:18 PM  
Lol as a grad student at Rutgers I had no idea there was so much Rutgers hate. Then again I live in somewhat of a bubble as a PhD student.
 
2013-04-14 02:38:45 PM  

coco ebert: Lol as a grad student at Rutgers I had no idea there was so much Rutgers hate. Then again I live in somewhat of a bubble as a PhD student.


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Good luck with a PhD from Rutgers.  At best, you'll get tenure track at the University of Bumfark, South Dakota.
 
2013-04-14 02:44:20 PM  

RexTalionis: As a Rutgers University graduate, go fark yourself with a pineapple dipped in sriracha.


So much THIS.
 
2013-04-14 03:03:40 PM  

Fissile: coco ebert: Lol as a grad student at Rutgers I had no idea there was so much Rutgers hate. Then again I live in somewhat of a bubble as a PhD student.

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Good luck with a PhD from Rutgers.  At best, you'll get tenure track at the University of Bumfark, South Dakota.


You do realize that undergrad and grad programs are different. Rutgers is an AAU (research one) school. I'm not sure you get how the quality of grad schools are assessed.
 
2013-04-14 03:25:42 PM  

coco ebert: Fissile: coco ebert: Lol as a grad student at Rutgers I had no idea there was so much Rutgers hate. Then again I live in somewhat of a bubble as a PhD student.

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Good luck with a PhD from Rutgers.  At best, you'll get tenure track at the University of Bumfark, South Dakota.

You do realize that undergrad and grad programs are different. Rutgers is an AAU (research one) school. I'm not sure you get how the quality of grad schools are assessed.


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I have a BS from Rutgers.  I also know 3 people from my class who went on to get PhDs.   Of the three, one is now a full professor at some school in the Dakotas.  Another has tenure track at the University of Iowa,  and the third bounced around for a while until her prospects for tenure ended,  she's now a research associate at a Midwestern school.   I'm not sure YOU get how the quality of a Rutgers PhD is assessed.   Yeah, yeah, for you it'll be "different".  Good luck.
 
2013-04-14 03:40:32 PM  
Fissile,

I really don't get your aggressive tone. There are different departments with different track records. My department is small and only takes students it can fully fund. All our PhD graduates have gone on to tenure-track jobs at excellent schools (Columbia, Princeton, NYU, and also other state schools- what's wrong with Univ. of Iowa btw?) or have gone into the State Department, Obama administration, NIH, etc. How it will be for me, I don't know, because the job market is so terrible, but I really don't understand the extreme negativity. I have not sensed that from Rutgers PhD alum in a variety of fields. I sorry you've had such a bad experience at Rutgers. I've had nothing but joy from being here.
 
2013-04-14 08:40:05 PM  

coco ebert: Fissile,

I really don't get your aggressive tone. There are different departments with different track records. My department is small and only takes students it can fully fund. All our PhD graduates have gone on to tenure-track jobs at excellent schools (Columbia, Princeton, NYU, and also other state schools- what's wrong with Univ. of Iowa btw?) or have gone into the State Department, Obama administration, NIH, etc. How it will be for me, I don't know, because the job market is so terrible, but I really don't understand the extreme negativity. I have not sensed that from Rutgers PhD alum in a variety of fields. I sorry you've had such a bad experience at Rutgers. I've had nothing but joy from being here.


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OK, I concede.  Rutgers really is just like the Ivy League.  Here's the proof -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37qoRNLZjP0
 
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