Your Graduation Has Been Cancelled

It’s easy for those of us who graduated (or at least attended) a college or university in more civilized times to look at the nationwide pro-Hamas demonstrations and simply say that the devil can take everyone on campus. But the huge majority of students attending these hotbeds of insanity have nothing to do with the violence and mayhem… although the violence and mayhem has something to do with them. 

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May 16, 2024 5:18 PM

I usually tell people that I majored in graduation. LOL

Susan Fitzgerald
May 16, 2024 11:37 AM

I would have been very upset if I wasn’t able to walk across that stage, shake hands with the current Senator and receive my diploma in front of my parents. They gave me a lot of financial and emotional support as a 27-year-old going back to school full-time enrolled in Computer Science in the early 80’s. My first semester included Fortran, Physics, Trig and a history class. I remember crying to my Mom on the phone and telling her my classes were really hard and I was thinking of switching to an Accounting major. She told me “bean counters are… Read more »

Susan Fitzgerald
Reply to  Harry Ferguson
May 18, 2024 1:23 PM

COBOL, I remember you! A missing period would give you streams of errors and I never used it once after school!

At my first job I developed embedded systems in 8086 assembly. After that I programmed in C for the IRS at one of their three new development centers. Those were some fun years; I enjoyed working with my male colleagues and learned a lot from them.

Ron Swansons Alter Ego
May 16, 2024 7:50 AM

Summed up perfectly, Scott. Infantile Tantrum. Which is why what UF did was so good. They smacked down the trantrum. I watched one of Megyn Kelly’s shows last week when they showed clips of the Columbia Protests and she and her guests were laughing at the spokes-girl. SG was complaining that the university wasn’t bringing them food. A reporter (bless him, wish I knew his name) asked, well aren’t the dining halls open? You could order grub hub. SG – well if we go to the dining hall, they won’t let us back in (to the building we are illegally… Read more »

David Pimentel
Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
May 16, 2024 9:33 AM

My father, many years ago, was heard saying about children holding their breath while in a fit of tantrum, “Don’t worry. He’ll start breathing again once he passes out.”

Brother Bob
May 16, 2024 6:21 AM

I feel really sorry for these kids who had two graduations taken away by entitled little sh*ts. First in 2020 by Fauci, and now by the hate mobs who these universities refuse to discipline

May 16, 2024 6:10 AM

We need to get something straight here. It’s not that those students aren’t going to graduate because of this disorderly campus nonsense. It’s that some of them will not have a graduation ceremony but will otherwise receive their diplomas. They are being cheated out of the graduation ceremony experience they are not being cheated out of the diploma they have earned. That said … Mostly what these supporters of murdering terrorists are doing is cutting off their noses to spite their own faces. The other students will go through their entire life resenting the people who cheated them and their… Read more »

Alan Kelman
May 16, 2024 5:06 AM

The problem isn’t so much as missing one’s in person fancy graduation ceremony but the dawning realization that your “education” has probably been expensive and hollow The diploma that will soon hang on your wall is a reminder of time and opportunity wasted.