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(Princeton University)   Commencement speaker skips platitudes and encourages graduates to make the lives of others "hell"   ( princeton.edu) divider line
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2013-06-03 09:01:38 AM  
So he put out more than one or two suggestions and instead offered much more thus devaluing the worth of those suggestions and thereby decreasing the power of the graduates to use those suggestions going forward.

Business as usual.
2013-06-03 09:06:39 AM  
I liked my speaker. His closing sting was "No matter how dark things get. No matter how bad it seems. You always have Jazz."

Ever since I discovered that "Jazz" is a Gilded Age term for heroin, it has never been away from my side.
2013-06-03 09:16:59 AM  
Then give anyone from an Ivy League university the same in return.
2013-06-03 09:23:08 AM  
Deceptive headlines: They're not just for moneymaking websites anymore.
2013-06-03 10:42:55 AM  
Is it cold and dank under the bridge, subby?
2013-06-03 10:53:55 AM  
He also quoted Buckaroo Banzai. I like this guy.
2013-06-03 11:51:53 AM  
Ben Bernanke For Dog Catcher 2014!

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