Consider this nugget of joy :
That's all there is. All the US has to say on the topic of amorous relations is page after page after page of bad posts on college blogs masquerading as legalese. Picking one randomly :
If a student or employee makes a complaint of sexual harassment against a faculty or staff member or supervisor which arises from a sexual or amorous relationship between the faculty or staff member and the student or employee, the faculty or staff member or supervisor charged with sexual harassment shall have the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that the relationship was entirely consensual and uninfluenced by the faculty or staff member's or supervisor's professional relationship with the complainant. If a sexual harassment complaint, is made by a third person with respect to the sexual or amorous relationship of a faculty member or supervisor to a student or employee who is not the complainant, consent to the relationship between the faculty member or supervisor and the student or employee shall not constitute a defense to the third person's complaint, insofar as the allegations concerning the relationship between the faculty member or supervisor and student or employee support the complaint of the third person.
Supposedly Buffalo University hosts a law school, among all the garbage. Supposedly they teach things there, perhaps going into even more detail than "niggers suffered mkay" and "women are oppressed mkay" and "drugs are bad mkay". Supposedly they should be taken seriously, these people.
As the State of New York’s leading public law school, SUNY Buffalo Law School is committed to preparing future attorneys for practice in global contexts.
Who ever heard of the accused having to prove anything! Who ever heard of allegations supporting a complaint! How could that even be, what sense does it make ?! What the fuck is this, some sort of later day fetishism, add enough "insofar" and "shall not" and suddenly it's a rule that may stand ? "Global contexts", no less. Context, you know, it's a word that makes everything sound more intellectual. I think it's French. Also global makes any sentence you sprinkle it upon (insofar!) sound like money. Try it yourself, this is how you get to be smart and rich : you say "global" and "context" a lot. And if anyone takes you to task for being a marauding imbecile just pretend like your being a monkey somehow makes them racist. It works! (And if it doesn't, shit in your palm and throw it at them! Get in touch with the roots, yo!)
This is why the civilised world (of which the United States is no part) regards the third world (of which the United States is principal part) with contempt, if you're curious. This is it, and no amount of dicking about by that overgrown monkey they've trapped in the White House can possibly change any of it.i The problem isn't that the civilised world is mean or evil or racist or anything else. The problem is that the uncivilised but aspiring world is contemptible. They who fail are at fault for being failures, nobody else, nothing else.
Suppose you do something to become a little less contemptible than the rest of your countrymen. Fuck a student today. It is, after all, exactly what Universities are all about, since the French invented them, eleven centuries ago. This is why kids even go there, so that they may be fucked by wiser people and through this exchange become, if not wiser themselves necessarily, at least a little looser where it counts.ii
Fuck a student today, or at the very least do something so that "amorous relations" denotes in your language something else, something more and something outside of this crud. Because insofar this is all you've got... well... your lives aren't worth living, in any conceivable context.———
- Here's a recent nugget from the MOTUS :
And one of the interesting things that we don’t talk about enough is the contrast between what’s happened in the United States and what’s happened in a lot of other developing countries, Europe in particular.
via the US Pravda. Supposedly if you spend your time listening to what trained monkeys have to say you might even believe there's a developing country called Europe somewhere between Hawaii and Guam or some shit. [↩]
- Nearly left out the O there. Careful so you don't leave the O out! [↩]