On Sunday, [a Yale student] wrote on Twitter that it’s easy to forget, in an “insular” place such as Yale, that, when students who behave badly graduate, “they don’t disappear but instead become part of the fabric of society, & a certain type ascends & ascends.” It’s “been unbearable at times to watch men I know have hurt my friends ascend within clubs to leadership,” she continued, adding, “How will we feel seeing which of them rise in their fields, our fields, invincible & untouchable?”

There’s a reason they call it predatory capitalism, babe.

Read and learn.


You want more on predatory?

Pure. Animal. Kingdom.

I witnessed efforts by Mark Judge, Brett Kavanaugh and others to “target” particular girls so they could be taken advantage of; it was usually a girl that was especially vulnerable because she was alone at the party or shy.


Even when they become a global laughingstock, there’s always a faithful retainer to tell them otherwise.

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2 Responses to ““People here grapple constantly with this place’s legacy of untouchable rich white dudes from prep school.””

  1. Stephen Karlson Says:

    How likely is “rhyming with ‘reek'” in a discussion of zoo fraternities to do anything other than reinforce priors, whether inclined to agree with the author or not?

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Stephen: Good point.

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