The Hunger Games

Say what you want about Ivy League schools, if nothing else, they produce some outstanding College Republicans. Take Yale University, for instance…

Supporters of Local 33, a union dedicated to organizing graduate student teachers, have been holding a hunger strike over Yale’s refusal to negotiate a contract with the union. The Yale Daily News reports that in response to the hunger strike, the College Republicans held a barbecue in a tent erected near the strikers on Friday.

The New Haven Register reports the College Republicans feasted on baked beans, corn, and beef.

Aaron Greenberg, the chairman of Local 33, and a graduate student and teacher in political science, told the Yale Daily News, “We weren’t focused on it.”

I know when I’m starving, the last thing I yearn for is the tantalizing smell of delicious barbecued beef.

The College Republicans’ barbecue comes after the National Union party in Israel held a barbecue near hunger-striking Palestinian terrorists.

Brilliant! Is Trolling a major or an elective at Yale, because if there was ever the perfect professor for such a class, it would be yours truly.

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4 thoughts on “The Hunger Games

  1. Snowflakes don’t eat meat! That is why they have very small brains and other parts. Very small other parts. That’s what ex-vegans say.

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  2. This story made my day!! It’s about time the GOP found it’s backbone and started standing up to these idiot snowflakes.

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  3. This story brightened my otherwise crappy day. Students with this kind of intelligence should be given a scholarship, renewable each year after coming up with an equally brilliant idea.

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