I wish her the best of luck, but still…

July 8th, 2007

I’m not sure what point the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel was trying to make in their story: Books and a baby.

This human-interest feature followed one young woman as she graduated from a notorious inner city school and tried to suceed at the University of Wisconsin, viagra purchase Madison with her newborn daughter in tow.

At the risk of sounding cruel, viagra canada the only thing the story showed me was that even a young lady who graduated second in her class wasn’t smart enough to avoid becoming another unwed, teenage mother in Milwaukee.

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  • 1. Chris  |  July 8th, 2007 at 9:27 am

    Oh it will be easy for her she can use the single mother thing to get due dates on papers and the such pushed back. When I was in Madison I was amazed how people would be turning in stuff from the last semester to Profs in the middle of the next semester. With no apparent damage to their grades. It got even worse when my wife was in Law School.

    It must be a rude shock when they get to the real business world where dead lines are concrete.

    I wonder how she is going to handle midterms and finals weeks I mean it was a bitch without any kids I could not imagine doing it with a little one.

    Do they not sell condoms in Milwaukee ?

  • 2. The Asian Badger  |  July 8th, 2007 at 11:10 pm

    Here’s what she’s going to hear when she gets to the real world i.e. out of Madistan.

    “I don’t want to hear about it….have it on my desk by 7:00am or you’re gone.”

    Like you, Elliot, I fail to see the point of the article. Since she is so stupid to not know what a condom is, or how to swallow. how the hell did she get into UW?

    If this is the future of my alma mater, I’m glad I stopped giving when they hired Kevin Barrett.

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